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APBL Standings
N Atlantic Division
 1. NYC 524 10-8 
 2. Manhattan P. 5-8 
 3. NY Black Eagles 1-13 
N Eastern Division
 1. New Jersey T. 13-2 
 2. Hudson Valley 8-3 
 3. Brooklyn B. 6-6 
S Colonial Division
 1. Beltway B. 11-3 
 2. Bay Area Sh. 8-6 
 3. NoVa Hawks 5-6 
 4. Winchester S. 5-7 
S Patriot Division
 1. Rockville V. 10-2 
 2. NY Fearless 3-13 
 3. DC Funkhouse 1-9 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Antoine Morgano NJP 35.7
2 Fahreed Cheatham PJD 34.3
3 Nate Young MP 33.1
4 Doug Herring Jr. HVK 31.7
5 Terry Hosley BAS 30.6
6 Angelo Hernandez NH 28.8
7 Kurt Cuffy 524 26.2
8 Corriche Gaskin HVK 25.0
9 Marcus Ashton WIN 24.7
10 Anis Taylor PJD
24.4
 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Kurt Cuffy 524 16.9
2 Danny Thompson BAS 15.6
3 Anthony Cox HVK 14.6
4 Tyrone Hill PJD 12.6
5 Fahreed Cheatham PJD 12.6
6 Antoine Morgano NJP 12.1
7 Doug Herring Jr. HVK 12.1
8 Nate Young MP 11.0
9 Korey Riley JAG 9.9
10 Brian Leggett NH
9.8
 
Assists Per Game
 1 Andrew Gould MP 9.4
2 Doug Herring Jr. HVK 8.8
3 Dele Ojo RV 7.9
4 Roman Perez JAG 7.6
5 Brian Smith BB 6.5
6 John Hawthorne 524 5.8
7 Jeremiah King NJP 5.8
8 Cedric Stewart MAS 5.6
9 Karim Telfair TSE 5.6
10 Mike Mckenzie BAS
5.5
 
Steals Per Game
 1 Doug Herring Jr. HVK 2.9
2 Brian Smith BB 2.9
3 Antoine Morgano NJP 2.6
4 Aaron Collins 524 2.9
5 Cedric Stewart MAS 2.7
6 Dele Ojo RV 2.4
7 Rogers Barnes BB 2.8
8 Anthony Williams RV 1.9
9 Jeremiah King NJP 1.9
10 Curtis McCollum BKF
1.9
 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Kevin Briggs HVK 4.9
2 Danny Thompson BAS 3.9
3 Kurt Cuff 524 3.1
4 Mike Anderson BB 3.4
5 Brian Leggett NH 2.2
6 Anthony Cox HVK 3.4
7 Onyie Onunaku WIN 1.6
8 Naji Turner BKF 1.6
9 Antoine Morgano NJP 1.3
10 Andre Hardy CAP
1.3
 
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Summary of the first two weeks of APBL action - Nov 9, 2012


POSTED BY:
MIKE LEE
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Kareem
Bernard
The opening week of the APBL was a huge success. On October 27th, the Manhattan Pride won defeated the New York City Jaguars, 126-115 and The Rockville Victors also defeated the New York City 524, 124-118.

The Manhattan Pride were led by Kareem Bernard (6'7''-F), who finished with 38 points. The Jaguars were led by Dequan Massey and Jamel Potts, who finished with 27 points and 23 points, respectively. Bernard was named as the APBL's Northern Conference Player of the Week with his performance against the Jaguars. Armond Hill (6'6''-G-86, college: Bowie St.) of The Rockville Victors was named as the Southern Conference Player of the Week with his 23-point performance against the New York City 524.

The Palmieri Jeans Destroyers opened Week 2 of the season with two wins, first over the Brooklyn Firebirds, 153-117 and second over the New York City Jaguars, 127-101. The New York City 524 spilt their two games of the week, losing to the Bay Area Shuckers, 125-118 and defeating the Brooklyn Firebirds, 128-114. The Beltway Bombers began the defense of their title with a 149-135 victory over the Hudson Valley Kingz. The Metro All Stars also began their season with a 108-106 victory over The Rockville Victors. The Manhattan Pride followed up their opening week victory with at 122-105 loss to the Tri-State Energy.

Todd McCoy (6'4''-F-84, college: Indiana St.) of the Palmieri Jeans Destroyers was named the Northern Conference Player of the Week with his 36 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 assists in the Destroyers victory over the Firebirds. In the Southern Conference, Chris Wehye (6'7''-F-84, college: Quinnipiac) of the Beltway Bombers finished with 32 points and 10 rebounds in the teams victory over the Hudson Valley Kingz and was named the Player of the Week in the conference.

Week 3 in the APBL begins on Saturday, November 10th and continues on Sunday, November 11th. There will be a combined eight games on the two-day weekend schedule.
  




Derrell
Armstrong
Beltway Bombers Capture Second APBL Title - 10 days ago
Player of the Year: Chris Collins, NYC 524 Rookie of the Year: Darien Davis, New York Crusaders   [read more]

Derrell
Armstrong
Beltway Bombers win 2016-2017 Championship - 14 days ago
The #1 ranked Bombers closed out the #2 ranked APBL United 123 -105 to win the American Professional Basketball League championship. Bombers had seven players who scored in double-figures led by the championship game MVP - Derrell Armstrong (6'1''-G-91, college: NC-Greensboro)'s 24pts. It was a total team contribution, with Danny Sumner (6'7''-F-87, college: William & Mary), Boo Jackson, Brian Bridgeforth (6'10''-F), Stretch Veney and Tim Steed(6'5''-G) all scoring in double-figures. It w...   [read more]

Nate Young
Nate Young Powers Pride With 53 Points - 2 months ago
The Pride won a hard fought come from behind victory vs the surging NYC Blackeagles, 121-113. Nate Young (6'7''-F-86) was stellar on a Saturday afternoon, one day past his birthday. He presented an epic performance. Also contributing were guards Winston Shaw and William Modeste (6'1''-G-81, college: Polytechnic). Shaw scored 20 points and Modeste scored 17 points including 4 threes in the 4th quarter. Other key contributors were Corey Riley (6'4''-F), who scored 8 points, George Turner sc...   [read more]


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