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(JT Focus Mgt.) Cleveland Am Proers (Sponsored by Leff Electric) Wins Saturday 105 to 99 and Lose Sunday 105 to 102 vs. Lima Explosion - Nov 5, 2012


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(JT Focus Mgt.) Cleveland Am Proers (Sponsored by Leff Electric) Wins Saturday 105 to 99 and Lose Sunday 105 to 102 vs. Lima Explosion

Saturday November 3rd 2012



JT Focus Mgt. Cleveland Am Proers ABA team (Sponsored by Leff Electric) defeated the Lima Explosion 105 to 99. The Cleveland Am Proers was led by Will Jones (6'7''-F) who chipped in with 26 pts. 12 rebs 6 asts. Eric McPherson (6'3''-G-86, college: Lindsey Wilson) added 22 pts. 7 rebs 3 asts. Dawan Cline (6'0''-G-92) contributed 20 pts. 9 rebs 1 ast and 1 MONSTER DUNK at the end of the 4th quarter. Isiah Kirlland (6'2''-G-90) went for 24 pts. 6 rebs 4 blks 2 stls and a really nice tip dunk put back during the 4th quarter. Jerrod Mays added 7 pts. 2 rebs 2 asts, and Patrick Leigh (5'11''-G-90) contributed 5 pts. 2 stls, 3 rebs.


Lima Explosion was led by Kyle Meyer (6'5''-F, college: Ohio Northern) 32 pts. Justin Horne added 17 pts. Lemar Hughsley contributed 16 pts. Kyle Gillette (6'8'', college: NW Ohio) added 13 pts. Willie Tisdale (5'8''-G, college: Cameron) contributed 12 pts.

Sunday November 4th 2012


JT Focus Mgt. Cleveland Am Proers ABA Team (Sponsored by Leff Electric) suffered their first loss of the season to the Lima Explosion 105 to 102.


JT Focus Mgt. Cleveland Am Proers ABA team (Sponsored by Leff Electric) was led by Eric McPherson (6'3''-G-86, college: Lindsey Wilson) who had 43 pts. 8 rebs 4 asts. Will Jones (6'7''-F) added 20 pts. 15 rebs 6 asts. Dawan Cline (6'0''-G-92) added 13 pts. 4 rebs. Patrick Leigh (5'11''-G-90) contributed 10 pts. 4 rebs, 2 stls, 1 ast.


Lima Explosion was led by Kyle Meyer (6'5''-F, college: Ohio Northern) 27 pts. Kyle Gillette (6'8'', college: NW Ohio) double his previous game output, with 26 pts. Greg Tyson (6'5''-G-86, college: Heidelberg) added 19 pts. And Willie Tisdale (5'8''-G, college: Cameron) scored 8 pts., but he completely controlled the entire 4th quarter for the Lima Explosion getting them quality shots, every possession, with minimal mistakes.


The Cleveland Am Proers in Game 1 used their youth and athleticism to their advantage. Game 2 the Lima Explosion used their height, interior play and 4th quarter execution to defeat the Cleveland Am Proers.

Film from Game 1 can be watched on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZtiLLbsfTE


  




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