The Sharks went into their game at Surrey Scorchers knowing a win could move them up the BBL Championship standings, but they got off to a poor start and trailed 50-39 at the half.
Sharks’ coach Atiba Lyons had some words for his players during the interval and they responded magnificently, roaring back to win 86-78, after using a 20-2 run to turn the game on its head.
“Atiba gave us a rousing speech at half-time and he really fired us up,” said Wroblicky, who finished with a double-double of 12 points and 14 rebounds.
“We were able to get some stops that led to easy points [at the other end] and we got some momentum from that.”
The victory, along with a defeat for the Glasgow Rocks, saw the Sharks leapfrog the Scottish side into third.
And the Yorkshire side can move a step closer to guaranteeing at least a top three finish if they beat the Rocks at home on Friday.
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“They are a really good team and we’re going to have to play much better for four quarters,” said Wroblicky.
“We’re excited to play them and that’s why we are here, to play in big games like that one.”
Ten points behind leaders Leicester, Wroblicky believes the focus for his side is getting ready to defend the BBL Play-Off trophy they won last May.
“The league is out of our hands and we’re almost mathematically eliminated,” he said.
“We want to win the Play-Offs, so we need to take it one game at a time and try to finish as best as we can in the standings.”