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Giants sweep Daytona beach to remain unbeaten in 2017 - Feb 27, 2017


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Jermaine
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The Jacksonville Giants concluded their weekend success with a sweep over the Daytona Beach Sharks. Jacksonville won their 15th straight game in a 149-107 route of the Sharks on Sunday 25th evening. The Giants improve to 17-2 on the season.
Sunday's game featured stellar inside play from Jermaine Bell (7'0''-C-84, college: Indian Hills CC) and Elijah Smith (6'8''-F-89, college: N.Georgia). Bell, the 2014 ABA MVP, had a double-double. Bell's 35 points and 27 rebounds (21 defensive boards) led the team in both categories. While Bell was dominating the defensive boards and limiting the Sharks second chance scoring, Smith, a 2016 All ABA selection, also had a double-double with 26 points and 11 rebounds, 10 of those rebounds coming on the offensive side, providing second chance scoring opportunities for the Giants.
Daytona Beach was competitive early in the game, as the Sharks only trailed Jacksonville 60-48 at halftime. However, the Giants outscored the Sharks 43-22 in the third quarter to regain momentum. Bell and Smith were tough on the inside, but the outside shooting started to produce more points, as the second half turned into a scoring frenzy for the Giants. Guards Ed Horton (6'1''-PG-85, college: Murray St.) and Larry Dumas (6'2''-PG, college: Robert Morris) rounded out the top scorers for the Giants, Horton with 22 and Dumas adding 20, each with 4 three-pointers in the game.
Jacksonville scored 89 points in the second half to take full control of the game, keeping it out of reach for Daytona. The outside shooting continued to be successful. Jacksonville was 16 of 38 from three-point range in the game.
The Giants have four regular season games remaining until the post-season. The recent success should move the Giants up in the upcoming and highly anticipated ABA Power Rankings, which are scheduled to be released early this week.
The ABA Championship Series begins on March 29th in Baltimore. The post-season tournament will feature the top surviving eight teams and their hopes for the 2017 ABA National Title, following three weeks of play-in rounds.
  




Joe Newman
Enforcers hold slim lead in ABA Power Rankings - 3 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) today released its Power Rankings for the week ending Sunday, February 18th and the Kentucky Enforcers maintained the #1 ranking by the slightest margin over the Jacksonville Giants. "It looks like the #1 spot will be decided in the final two weeks of the season,"stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "And it will depend upon the strength of opponents that Kentucky and Jacksonville play. It is that close. Of course, this is very important because the...   [read more]
ABA Scores - Weekend ending Sunday, Feb 18 - 3 days ago
Philadelphia Cannons over Pottstown Flames, 130-128 Jacksonville Giants over Orlando Waves, 127-94 Stan County SuperKats over Oakland Bayhawks, 134-131 California Seakings over Team Trouble, 125-115 OT Binghamton Bulldogs over Elmira Eagles, 116-108 Kentucky Enforcers over Team Network, 125-100 ATC Cardinals over Pottstown Flames, 136-132 Chicago Knights over Illinois Bulldogs, 133-111 DMV Warriors over Philadelphia Cannons, 124-105 Georgia Gwizzlies over Atlanta Storm, 86-84 Jersey Expre...   [read more]

Denard
Williams
Georgia Gwizzlies ABA All-Star nominees - 6 days ago
The Georgia Gwizzlies are pleased to announce it's team nominees for the ABA 2018 All-Star Game in April. Denard Williams (6'6''-F-93, college: Ft.Valley St.) vertical jump 44 inches, 20 PPG 12 RPG 3 BPG Joshua Davenport (6'5''-F-94, college: Winthrop) 22 PPG 11 RBG 10 APG ALTERNATIVES 7/0 Ralph Wilson 6/8 Johhny Jackson a 2017 Nominee 6/2 TJ Sams 6/5 Rod Perkins 6/3 Justin Croom Embry Malone GM/Head Coach   [read more]


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