A final-quarter blitz from the Sydney Kings has propelled them to an 87-71 NBL win over Melbourne United.Looking to spoil Melbourne basketball legend Andrew Gazes first visit home as a NBL coach, United kept in touch with the star-studded Sydneysiders on Saturday night for three quarters.However, guards Kevin Lisch and Jason Cadee then inspired a 24-12 final term to secure the Kings seventh victory of the season.The Sydney backcourt duo combined for 10-of-18 shooting from long range, with Lisch scoring 13 fourth-quarter points on the way to a game-high 30, Cadee finishing with 26.Following key injuries and the release of import Cedric Jackson, Melbourne fought valiantly but could not maintain their offensive efficiency in the second half, the loss leaving them anchored to the bottom of the table.A balanced United attack opened the match, hitting 10 of 14 shots from the field, but 12 points from Cadee kept the scores level at 29-29 after the first quarter.Things remained tight until midway through the second quarter when Lisch and Aleks Maric sparked an 11-0 Sydney run, capped by a long bomb from Cadee.But United guard Kyle Adnam again sparked his side, matching the hot-shooting Cadee with back-to-back triples, with Tai Wesley chipping in to see the home side down by five at halftime.Melbourne held sway with the visitors throughout the third term before Lisch stepped up a gear in the fourth, consecutive long bombs signalling the end of Uniteds challenge.Gaze sang the praises of Lisch post-match after the reigning MVPs scoring burst guided the Kings to victory.It was just a privilege to sit back and watch, said Gaze. 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It was a time that surpassed the 13:41.66 he clocked in the Olympics back in 2012 but despite the impressive showing, he is taking nothing for granted ahead of Rio.The double Olympian, who will defend both his long-distance titles at the Rio Games, says his rivals will try anything to destabilise his bid for a double, double in the 5,000 and 10,000.Trainings going well, Farah said. But one thing you cant forget is its harder for me to defend an Olympics, the reason being is the rest of the guys have four years of preparation to try and beat me.Anything can happen. They havent managed it yet but Im going to have three Ethiopians, three Kenyans and three Ugandans [in the race at Rio].Theyre going to try and do anything to beat me. I need to keep my feet on the ground and enjoy what I do.It was Farahs first 5,000 of the season and said he was satisfied with his performance as hee posted a remarkable 56.dddddddddddd95 second final lap.He added: It [the race] was alright. It was one of those things.People say Farah comes here and doesnt always do a time but for me, if trainings going well then everythings going well and Ill try.I did try today. It was nice to go straight to the front, by the pacemakers and see what I could do. And to come away with under 13 minutes is a decent time.The race served as Farahs farewell ahead of the Rio Games and alongside Usain Bolts 200 win on Friday, Farah was the star of the show at the Diamond League event at the Olympic Stadium. I love the crowd, I love the people, Farah said. I enjoy what I do. If I didnt enjoy it, then I wouldnt be running a decent time, I wouldnt be laughing and smiling -- I love what I do.Farah dedicated the win to his daughter Rhianna who celebrated her 11th birthday on Friday and he will now head over to the Pyrenees to complete his pre-Rio training camp alongside mens 1,500 runner Charlie Grice and Laura Muir, who broke Kelly Holmes British record in the womens 1,500 on Friday night. ' ' '