After playing only a couple of minutes in Game 2, Satnam Singh played none in Game 3, which the Edge lost 93-103.
In his time on the court, he recorded just one offensive rebound in Game 2, one that the Edge lost 100-107.
The Edge now trails 0-3 in the Finals but their must-win Game 4 is on their home floor at the Mile One Center.
Satnam in Game 1
Satnam Singh only played a total of five minutes in the team's Division Finals series vs. the KW Titans.
However, with Glen 'Big Baby' Davis ruled out for Game 1 of the NBL Canada Finals with a concussion, Singh was bound to see more time on the floor.
In Game 1, Singh played a postseason-high 12 minutes during which he scored 7 points, grabbed 8 rebounds (postseason-high), and dished out 1 assist on 3-of-6 shooting.
The Edge were outrebounded (48-40) and outshot from all sections of the court - from the field (44.7% < 48.1%), from the 3-point line (34.4% < 40.7%), and from the free-throw line (60.0% < 64.3%).
Both teams will have a couple of days to recover for Game 2.
Can the Edge steal home court or will the top-seeded Magic extend their series advantage to 2-0?
Here's the schedule for the NBL Canada Finals 2019 [IST]:
Game 1: St. John's Edge 94-103 Moncton Magic
Game 2: St. John's Edge 100-107 Moncton Magic
Game 3: Moncton Magic 103-93 St. John's Edge
Game 4: Moncton Magic at St. John's Edge - May 17 at 3 AM
Game 5*: St. John's Edge at Moncton Magic - May 19 at 3:30 AM
Game 6*: Moncton Magic at St. John's Edge - May 21 at 3 AM
Game 7*: St. John's Edge at Moncton Magic - May 23 at 3:30 AM