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Bowling Green knocks off undefeated Middle Tennessee; Columbus, Memphis win comfortably - Apr 29, 2016


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COLUMBUS 96, SPRINGFIELD 80: (Columbus, Ohio) - On the second road game of a back-to-back, Springfield jumped out the gates strong, quickly manufacturing a double-digit lead in the first quarter. But then the legs went out in the second half, went on a 9-2 run in the third quarter coupled with a 15-4 run early in the final period, leading by as many as 19 at one point, to cruise to their fourth victory of the season. Columbus (4-3), who swept the series with Springfield this year, was led by Brett McKnight (6'6''-F, college: Akron) (28 points), Trent Weaver (6'8''-F) (26 points), and Tihon Johnson (6'4''-G-82, college: Mountain St.) (24 points). Springfield (2-4), who lost their fourth consecutive game, was led by Levi Smith (6'7''-F-85, college: Emmanuel, MA) (20 points), Terrance Davis (18 points) and Clavontae Brown (15 points). Columbus holds their season finale in two weeks, hosting Indianapolis, while Springfield finishes with Indianapolis on the road and Fort Wayne at home.
MEMPHIS 91, MISSISSIPPI 75: (Memphis, Tenn.) - A traditional basketball game consists of four quarters. Tonight's game in Memphis, effectively served as three periods, similar to a hockey game. The first part of the game was dominated by Memphis, where they went on a 16-7 run from midway through the first to the beginning of the second quarter, leading by as many as eight points. From that point, the game swung towards Mississippi's favor, as they went on 17-3 run to end the first half, and lead by six at the break. But the "third period" is when Memphis took over in the second half, as they used 16-7 run to start the third quarter to regain the lead, and then outscored Mississippi by 16 points thereafter to win their second game of the season. Memphis (2-2) was led by Keith Barron (6'3''-G) (31 points) and Myron Strong (6'2''-G-89, college: UTEP) (27 points). Mississippi (0-5), who lost their eighth consecutive game dating back to last season, was led by Anthony Jones (17 points) and LaJarvis Webster (16 points). Both teams play each other two more times this regular season; however, both remaining matchups will be at Mississippi's home venue.
BOWLING GREEN 83, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 78: (Nashville, Tenn.) - Last weekend, Middle Tennessee held off a Bowling Green comeback in Kentucky to squeak by with a three-point victory. Tonight, Bowling Green came with revenge on their mind. In a back-and-forth seesaw battle, that featured 21 lead changes, it was a late 10-4 run by Bowling Green in the final minute that helped the visitors prevail and knock off the previously undefeated Middle Tennessee. Bowling Green (4-1), won their fifth straight road game dating back to last year, was led by Rearkus McCrory (19 points) and Teraes Clemmons (17 points). Middle Tennessee (3-1), who lost for the first time at home to Bowling Green since April 2014, was led by Myles Thrash (5'11''-PG-77, college: Stillman) (13 points) and Torye Pelham (6'6''-F-87, college: S.Mississippi) (12 points). Both teams square off two more times this regular season, one at each team's home court, in a battle to win the South Division. The loss by Middle Tennessee puts Fort Wayne (6-0) in the driver's seat to be the top overall seed in the 2016 CBA Postseason Tournament.
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Torey
Fassett
Indianapolis pulls away from Mississippi in final quarter; Baltimore routs Middle Tennessee at home - 2 days ago
BALTIMORE 107, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 78: (Arnold, Md.) - With both teams entering tonight with only one victory each on the season, and knowing that a defeat would all but eliminate them from postseason contention, Baltimore and Middle Tennessee came out in the first quarter in a back-and-forth battle with 10 ties and lead changes. But things slowly began drifting towards the direction of the hosts, as they went on a 21-10 run late in the second quarter to go into the intermission with a slim...   [read more]

Tyron
Criswell
Illinois stuns Indianapolis in rematch, Baltimore earns first win of the season in upset of Mississippi - 10 days ago
ILLINOIS 100, INDIANAPOLIS 88: (Danville, Ill.) - Two weeks ago, Indianapolis easily dismantled Illinois at home, and were looking to sweep the season series tonight across the state border in Danville. But tonight was not an evening for road teams in the CBA, as Illinois jumped out the gates with a 27-10 run and never looked back. They extended the lead to 19 points in the second quarter, and finished the third quarter with a 22-point lead at 76-53, ultimately cruising to their second co...   [read more]

Chrishawn
Hopkins
Indianapolis outlasts Baltimore in offensive shootout; Bowling Green stuns Mississippi on the road - 16 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS 125, BALTIMORE 114: (Indianapolis, Ind.) - With a chance to maintain their positioning as one of the top-3 teams in the league, Indianapolis did not want to waste that opportunity against winless Baltimore this evening, in the first ever matchup between the two clubs. After a closely contested first quarter, Indianapolis used an 11-0 run early in the second quarter to gain separation from the visitors. Although Baltimore, who was on their second road trip to Indiana in as man...   [read more]


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