After trailing by as much as 21 in the first quarter, the Halifax Hurricanes battled back against the Moncton Magic in Game 4 of the NBL Canada Atlantic finals but fell 94-89 in the end.
An early 20-1 run by the Magic put the Hurricanes on their heels as they struggled to score in the first quarter, and were out-paced 32-15 to start the game. They were able to battle back with a 32-point quarter of their own in the second, heading into the halftime break down by just 12.
From there they chipped away until it was a one-possession game in the fourth quarter, but Halifax couldn't stick the landing and fell by five.
Kindred finished with 13 points and six rebounds, while Duvivier was back in late-season form with 13 points.
Terry Thomas fought through tough Magic defence to finish with a team-high 16 points to go with seven assists.
The series is tied up at two games apiece. Game 5 will happen on Wednesday, May 1 in Moncton at 7 p.m. with Game 6 coming back to Halifax on Friday, May 3 at 7 p.m. Watch HalifaxHurricanes.ca and social media for ticket information.