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Sims Scores 37 To Lead PrimeTime Players Over Eagles - Mar 27, 2016


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Lewis Sims
Lewis Sims (6'8''-F/C-73, college: New Orleans) scored 37 points while Chris Moore (6'2''-G-86, college: Charleston So.) and Terrell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) added 26 each to help the PrimeTime Players overcome an undefeated Fort Gordon Eagles team with a 139-114 victory Saturday night. James Dillard (6'7''-C-87, college: Johnson C. Smith) along with Brian Mobley (6'6''-C-87, college: Johnson C. Smith) and Danny Sanders (6'7''-F-89, college: Jarvis Christian) added double figures as the PrimeTime Players won their fifth-straight regular season home opener at Banks Street in Fort Mill, South Carolina.

Pierre Stines (6'9''-F/C) changed numerous shots and also finished with four blocked shots to go along with four steals to established himself as the defensive leader of the team and was a huge factor in the third quarter surge that put the game out of reach. Victor Street (5'11''-PG-88, college: Erskine) teamed with Jaime Vaughn (6'1''-G, college: Wingate) at the point guard position where both did a great job managing the offensive end for the full 48 minutes managing 12 assists and only four turnovers.

The PrimeTime Players hit 17 three-pointers, but for the first time in team history the visiting team was able to make more from behind the three point stripe. Fort Gordon knocked down 18 three-pointers. Fort Gordon sharp-shooter Todd Matthews (5'9''-PG-80) led the way hitting an incredible 12-of-13 from behind the three point line.

Newcomer AJ Miller scored 20 points and 2015 league all-stars Michael Fryer (6'3''-G-84, college: Cheyney) and Cole Lewis (6'1''-F-91, college: Viterbo) added 17 and 16 for the visiting Eagles while leading scorer Todd Matthews grabbed 10 rebounds while Cole Lewis added nine.

The PrimeTime Players opened up an 12-point lead in the first quarter and also in the second before Todd helped lead Fort Gordon back. He scored 14 points in the quarter as the Eagles closed to within 55-53. After a quick basket from Chris Moore, a driving dunk by Lewis Sims, then a three point basket at the buzzer, PrimeTime was able to take a 62-55 lead into halftime.

The second half started with James Dillard and Brian Mobley taking turns scoring from the inside combining for 15 points in the quarter. Midway through the quarter Pierre Stines entered the game and immediately made a defensive impact with three blocks in the quarter and also made numerous defensive plays that led to transition baskets for PrimeTime as they outscored Fort Gordon 44-26 in the quarter as they took a 106-81 lead after three quarters.

The fourth quarter both teams traded baskets throughout the quarter with Fort Gordon's Todd hitting five of his 12 three-pointers in the quarter and Danny Sanders tried to match him by adding four of his own.   




T.J. Granger
Cavs fend off Florence Wildcats 114-107 despite 60 points from Quincy Washington - 29 days ago
There were 11 names listed on the Petersburg Cavaliers' roster. When the final buzzer sounded, all 11 names had points next to them. Six had double-digits. 'That's what's supposed to happen,' Cavaliers head coach Kyle Dixon said after the game. 'We're not a team of just one player. We're a team, so any given time, anybody can get out there and do something crazy.' That total team effort, highlighted by a clutch performance late in the fourth quarter from six-foot-eight TJ T.J. Granger (6'...   [read more]

B.J. Tyson
Carolina Thunder hold off SC Upstate for 2-0 start - 1 month ago
The Carolina Thunder came into the second game of the season looking to show off their versatility. Playing in his first ECBL game of the season B.J. Tyson (6'3''-G-94) came in and showed flashes of dominance. BJ scored a game high 31pts and proving he is a force to be reckoned with. BJ left the fans in awe. The hot shooting of Alex Brown (24pts) and B.J. Tyson allowed Thunder to open to a 38-22 lead. However, in the second quarter led by the play making of owner Jaquin Hawthorne with hel...   [read more]

Chris Moore
PrimeTime Players push record to 3-0 with 173-127 win over Allstars - 1 month ago
March 17th Spartanburg SC - The PrimeTime Lkayers traveled to Spartanburg SC to take in the SC Allstars in their home debut at the Cornerstine Church Gymnasium on Saturday. The visiting PrimeTime Players took control early as Dijuan Harris (5'9''-PG-86, college: Charlotte) and Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charleston So.) exploded for 36 first quarter points to help give them a 53-27 lead at the end of the first quarter. The second and third quarter the teams played even with PJ Heat...   [read more]


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