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Something's gotta give...South Carolina vs. Jacksonville - Nov 29, 2012


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On Saturday, December 8th, the #3 ranked South Carolina Warriors will travel out of their division to meet the defending ABA champion and #1 ranked Jacksonville Giants in Jacksonville, Florida. This will be a re-match of the exciting final game of the ABA playoffs between these two teams - and something's gotta give.
The Jacksonville Giants currently sit atop the ABA Southeast Division while the South Carolina Warriors hold the same position in the Mid-Atlantic Division. Under regular circumstances, these two teams would not meet during the regular season and would only meet during the playoffs. But, both teams are extremely competitive and are very proud of the teams they have put together this season. Both teams have won their early season games by large margins.
"Will I be willing to risk our number one rating against a powerhouse like the Warriors," asked Giants team owner Ron Sholes . "Absolutely. That's what sports are all about - competition. I cannot see the Yankees ducking the Tigers; the New England Patriots ducking the Atlanta Falcons, the Miami Heat ducking the Oklahoma City Thunder. We think this will be one of the best games in the ABA season and regardless of the outcome, we're looking forward to going up to Myrtle Beach later to play them at home. We also believe this will be a record-setting crowd for an ABA game."
"There's no doubt that there is a bitter rivalry between our two teams," added Marshall Biddle, Warriors owner. "We've beaten the Giants before and we feel we can do it again. Our coaches and team are very motivated for this game. We know it will not be easy...but this is the best way for us to regain our #1 ranking - and that's why we're heading south."
For more information about the game, visit www.scwarriorsbasketball.com or www.jacksonvillegiants.com
  




Joe Newman
First time ever: Four teams top ABA Power Rankings - 3 days ago

The American Basketball Association (ABA) today released its Power Rankings for the week ending Sunday, December 4th and for the first time ever, four teams tied for the number one spot. "The ABA Power Rankings are based on a number of factors," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "Included are won/loss record, number of games, opponent, score differential, home/away. For the first time ever, four teams had the same totals. Amazing to say the least." A minimum of 4 games was needed to qual...   [read more]

PJ Meyers
Gwizzlies team go 1-1 over weekend - 3 days ago

Georgia Gwizzlies' Gregory Howard (6'4''-G-89, college: Walsh) showed why he was drafted by the NBA D-League. Howard scored 39 points in a win Saturday at Birmingham Blitz, Alabama 124-118. Then Sunday at Georgia Kingz in Augusta, Georgia, Howard tied a Gwizzlies team and ABA League record with 61 points. Howard's total is 100 points in last weekend... Georgia Kingz All-Star and also ABA League MVP candidate PJ Meyers (5'8''-PG-89, college: Life) dropped 37 points in their 165-139 win ove...   [read more]

Joe Newman
No change in top 4 in ABA Power Rankings - 10 days ago

The American Basketball Association (ABA) released its Power Rankings through Sunday, November 27th and the top four teams held their positions. "With limited play over the Thanksgiving weekend, there was no change at the top," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "The Orlando Waves, Arizona Scorpions, DMV Warriors and Kentucky Enforcers all held their positions with undefeated records. With a full schedule of games this week and some top contenders playing one another, we could see some sh...   [read more]


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