Express Force Game Seven (GALLERY)

Windsor Express Forward Erik Parker puts up a shot during game six of the NBL Canada finals, April 15, 2014.

The Windsor Express are getting ready for Game 7 of the NBL Canada finals after a 107-88 Game 6 victory.

Express Point Guard Stefan Bonneau says home court made a huge difference after three tough games in Charlottetown. “We really love feeding off the energy of our fans, so it’s always great to play at home. That’s what we fought for (all season), to have home court advantage. We didn’t do as well as we wanted to while we were out in PEI but now we’re back and have forced a Game 7, so it’s win or that’s it.”

Windsor’s lead stretched as large as 30 points in the third quarter of Game 6. ¬†George Goode played a major role for the Express, coming off the bench to score 15 points in just 21 minutes of playing time.

The Express and Island Storm play for the league championship on Thursday at the WFCU Centre in Windsor.