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10 Curtis McCollum BKF
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3 Kurt Cuff 524 3.1
4 Mike Anderson BB 3.4
5 Brian Leggett NH 2.2
6 Anthony Cox HVK 3.4
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Shuckers vs Victors - Jan 7, 2016

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Preview: Bay Area Shuckers at Rockville Victors
Shuckers Look to Continue Winnings Ways at Mid-Season Mark

Game: Bay Area Shuckers (5-2) vs. Rockville Victors (4-2)

Date: Saturday, January 9th

Time: 7:00 PM

Place: Richard Montgomery High School, 250 Richard Montgomery Drive, Rockville, MD 20852
Career Series: Victors lead Series 7-1 (Regular Season 4-1, Playoffs 3-0). Shuckers won their last match-up 114-103 on November 21st in Arnold, Maryland.

Shuckers Player to Watch: #42 Danny Thompson (6'7', 230, Mount St. Mary's), #11 Marvin Jackson (6'5', 200, St. Andrews), #4 Kelvin Bright (6'3', 185, Youngstown State), #3 Antonio Wright (6'2', 195, CCBC-Essex), #6 Devin Spencer (5'10', 185, St. Mary's), #24 Cameron Cook, (6'3', 185, Hood), #1 Jermaine Bolden (5'9', 200, Morgan State), #2 Camontae Griffin (5'10', 170, St. Mary's), #7 Kevin Clark (6'7', 224, Francis Marion), #9 Stephen McCray (6'2', 190, St. Catherine), #8 Kendall Allison (6'3'. 196, Ohio Valley), and #10 Torey Fassett (6'6', 210, St. Mary's - Canada).

Victors Players to Watch: Dele Ojo (6'0', 170, Pfeiffer University), Anthony Williams (6'2', 180, Pfeiffer University), Tavares Cooper (6'3', 220, Pfeiffer University), Pierre Johnson (6'6', 215, U of Hartford), Hugh Jones (6'4', 230, Southern Maryland).

Shuckers Snapshot: The Shuckers won an important match-up on December 19th over the then first place NoVa Hawks (2-1) before falling on the road to the Winchester Storm (2-4) to close out the 2015 portion of the 2015-2016 American Professional Basketball League (APBL) campaign at 5-2. Bay Area has maintained a spot in the APBL's top four all season in the 13-team field. In their first seven games they have outscored opponents by 14 points per game. They are currently surrendering a franchise best 100.29 points per game while scoring 114.29. Three newcomers to the team, Torey Fassett (25.60 points per game), Kendall Allison (15.71 ppg), and Camontae Griffin (15.25 ppg) are leading the team in scoring, while another newcomer Kevin Clark leads the team with 8.43 rebounds per contest.

Victors Snapshot: After losing a total of only eight regular season games in their first three years in the APBL, the Victors had an uncharacteristic 1-2 start to the season. They have since rebounded with consecutive wins at home over D.C. Funk House (157-124) and the Winchester Storm (141-126). With the two blowout victories they are now scoring 122.4 points per game while allowing 115.

Outlook: Bay Area earned their first career win over the Victors in November and now face an important mid-season match-up against their old nemesis. With a win the Shuckers can move as high as a tie for first in the APBL standings, while a loss could drop them into the middle of the competitive pack.

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Beltway Bombers - 1 month ago
The 2X American Professional Basketball League (APBL) champion Beltway Bombers do not use the the "defending ". Bombers CEO and Head Coach Chaz Dudley has instructed his players and assistant coaches to not say defending champs. "It connotates a defensive posture" says Coach Chaz. "What we accomplished last year in winning our 2nd APBL chip was a great achivement, but this season is a new journey. We are not defending, we instead are aggressively pursuing our 3rd". While the Bombers are d...   [read more]

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