The Winnipeg Sea Bears make a new franchise record by scoring 20 three-pointers against the Brampton Honey Badgers, earning them the victory and halting their opponent's four-game win streak.

Teddy Allen was the leading shooting in the new franchise record, claiming nine of the 20 threes. This is Allen's second time tying a CEBL record, the first being when he scored 42 points in a single game. At last night's game, he scored 40 points, nearly breaking that record a second time.

"The rhythm of the game presented different opportunities - I wanted to get the ball moving early," says Allen in a post-game interview. "I'm just happy we won. That's really what I was focused on."

Overall, seven out of 13 Sea Bears sunk at least one three-pointer.

"It’s fantastic. It’s a sign that Teddy is using his teammates and making his teammates better," says head coach Michael Taylor.

The first quarter saw the Honey Badgers taking the lead. The shift began in the second quarter when Allen found his groove and started paving the way for the Sea Bears to take the lead.

Five Sea Bears scored in double digits, highlighted by a double-double performance from Winnipeg native Chad Posthumus. The 6-8 forward finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

A.J. Hess, in his first start of the season, chipped in with 16 points and nine rebounds.

"I think we showed more maturity as a team," says Hess. "Basketball is a game of runs.  I really like how our team responded - went on a run and opened the game up."

After the half, Brampton Honey Badgers' Christian Vital received his second technical foul of the quarter and was ejected.

"Tonight was one of those games where everything was going right for them and wrong for us," says Honey Badgers head coach Antoine Broxsie. "One of the things I'm going to continue to do is stress staying the course, and most importantly, staying together."

The Sea Bears earned the victory by Jelani Watson-Gayle drawing out a foul from the Honey Badgers with one point remaining until the Target Score and sinking his third game-winning free throw of the season.

The game ended 110-89 with a stadium of fans roaring with cheers and excitement.

Winnipeg (5-2) is now tied for first in the Western Conference with Calgary. Their next matchup will be against the Surge in Calgary on Sunday.

The Sea Bears will return to Canada Life Centre Wednesday, June 21  for a matchup against the Vancouver Bandits that tips off at 7 p.m. CT. For tickets, visit