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Jersey Express continue winning streak, move to 5-1 - Jan 24, 2013


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Playing the first back-to-back games of the season, the Jersey Express went to Staten Island, and beat the Vipers 113-101, and then returned home to face the NJ Bullets, in a 126-81 win, to claim NJ dominance. The Express are on a 3 game winning streak, and move to 5-1 on the season, while also moving up the ABA Power Rankings to #17.
Saturdays game was a highly contested one, as the Vipers held their home opener, and fell 113-101 to the Express. Jashon Mixon (6'5''-F, college: Monroe CC) led the Express with 21, and Justin Hamilton (6'7''-F, college: Penn St.), Devon Young (6'3''-G/F-89, agency: BBEH Cokrlija, college: Felician), and Bill McDonough (6'7''-F, college: Richard Stockton) each finished with 15. Jamal Webb had 13pts & 10 assists, and Almin Hodzic (6'10''-C-87, agency: FCM, college: Dominican, NY) had 10pts & 12rebounds for the Express.
Sunday's home game, featured more of the same, as the Express downed the NJ Bullets 126-81. From the start, the Express jumped on the Bullets, who were short handed. Jashon Mixon continued his hot shooting, with 29pts, knocking down 7 3s, from beyond NBA range. Devon Young finished with 20, and Almin Hodzic 14, 10rbds & 3blks, along with Justin Hamilton' s 10 & 13rbds paced the Express, who had all 11 players score. With 5 players scoring in double figures, 3 players with 10 or more rebounds, and 2 players with over 5asts, the Express are clearly a very deep team.
"I've been very pleased with our play thus far. We have been playing much like a team. We are getting better motion on the offensive end, and we are getting better at recognizing our defensive assignments. We will get even better as the season progresses" stated Head Coach Ray Ortiz .
Next up for the Express are the EBA league team NY Wizards, on Saturday, January 26th @ 6pm at Centenary College, 715 Grand Ave, Hackettstown, NJ.   




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The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced that the Topeka Steel has been added to its Great Plains Division. "We very pleased that Shawn Smith and his group have decided to join the ABA," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "Shawn has a great background in a variety of sports and we believe he'll do a terrific job with his ABA team - plus we were very eager to expand the Great Plains Division." The Topeka Steel is owned by One Distraction Sports Group, the parent owners of Impact...   [read more]
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The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced that this year's Final Eight will be played in Austin, TX and will be hosted by the Austin Bats. The Final Eight will be held in mid-April following a series of tournament games starting mid-March. "This year's tournament will be bigger and better than ever," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman, " because the ABA is bigger and better than ever with nearly 120 teams competing for the ABA Championship. Modeled after the single elimination NCA...   [read more]

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