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North-East
 1. Winston-Salem C. 2-0 
 2. Carolina Thunder 1-0 
 3. High Point H. 0-1 
North-West
 1. N.Carolina C. 3-0 
 2. Petersburg C. 2-2 
 3. Hampton RW 1-2 
 4. Carolina K. 0-3 
South-East
 1. Savannah S. 2-0 
 2. Carolina C. 2-1 
 3. Augusta E. 0-1 
 4. Florence Wildcats 0-3 
South-West
 1. PT Players 3-0 
 2. S.Carolina AS 3-0 
 3. Charlotte GB 1-3 
 4. SC Upstate R. 0-2 
Travel Team North
 1. Hickory H. 0-1 
Travel Team South
 1. Carolina Showtime 0-1 
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Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Chris Moore, PTP33.2 
 McKeithan, FC27.0 
 Greg Thomas, SS26.0 
 Terell Smith, PTP25.4 
 PJ Torres, PR24.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Melvin Garrett, SU11.2 
 PJ Torres, PR10.0 
 Daniel Quarles, FG9.6 
 Bernard Dixon, SS8.9 
 Omar Sanders, SC8.8 
Assists Per Game
 Chris Moore, PTP8.5 
 Terell Smith, PTP5.9 
 PJ Torres, PR5.2 
 Lance Everett, HP5.0 
 Victor Street, PTP4.6 
Steals Per Game
 Terell Smith, PTP4.0 
 Chris Moore, PTP2.9 
 Danny Sanders, PTP2.7 
 PJ Torres, PR2.2 
 Micheal Couvson, FG2.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Pierre Stines, PTP3.5 
 McKeithan, FC3.3 
 Danny Sanders, FG2.6 
 Daniel Quarles, FG2.4  
 Stan Johnson, FC2.1 
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Round 5 (Regular Season)

SC Upstate Apr.1 Charlotte G 79%
PT Players 59% Apr.1 S.Carol.AS
Savannah S. 66% Apr.1 Carolina C.
High Point H Apr.1 Winston-Sale 98%
Carol.Thunde Apr.1 N.Carol.C. 97%
Back-To-Back: PrimeTime Players Win ECBL Title - Jun 26, 2016


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Terell Smith
It was a hot summer late afternoon in Fort Mill, South Carolina on Saturday. Temperature outside at tip off was 89 degrees as PrimeTime Players met Fayetteville Crossover in the 2016 East Coast Basketball League championship.

These two teams have become familiar with each other over the past few years, including a championship showdown in 2015. That game was also played at the PrimeTime Players home of Bank Street Gym, which has a seating capacity of just 500. PrimeTime won that first-ever ECBL title over Fayetteville and was looking for more while the Crossover were seeking some revenge and their first league championship.

The home team got off to a tremendous start taking a quick 10-0 lead. It was 2:20 into the quarter before Fayetteville got on the scoreboard, a three-pointer by Billy McDade (6'10''-F, college: Fayetteville St.). The shots kept falling for PTP, who led after one quarter 34-19. By halftime that margin grew to a 32-point lead, 75-43.

Staring at a 32-point deficit Crossover Head Coach Alonzo Lunsford has his team ready. Fayetteville put up 37 points on the scoreboard to cut the lead to 95-80 at the end of the third quarter.

The two teams exchanged small runs of play in the fourth quarter as Fayetteville got within 11 with 7:19 remaining to play after a pair of free throws by McDade made the score 100-89. PrimeTime would score the next six to take command again and didn't look back. Final score: PrimeTime Players 119, Fayetteville Crossover 100.

Terrell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) was named MVP after scoring a team-high 37 points. In two previous playoff games Smith scored 22 points (vs Carolina Crusaders) and 35 points (vs South Carolina All Stars) in the South Division championship game.

This was the fifth minor league championship won by PrimeTime Players. Back-to-back ECBL championships were preceded by three-straight TRBL titles.

PrimeTime Players will next be competing in The Basketball Tournament, a $2 million winner-take-all knockout tourney. Fans can follow their progress here.   




Brian Mobley
PrimeTime Players Pull Away Late In Win Over Charlotte - 12 days ago
PrimeTime Players traveled to Anson High School to take on the Charlotte Bulls who were hosting their first-ever ECBL home game this past Saturday. Both teams came out slow in the first period before Charlotte was able to hit four straight three point baskets over the last two minutes of the first quarter to take a 22-18 lead at the end of the quarter. The second quarter the combination of Brian Mobley (6'6''-SF-87, college: Johnson C. Smith) and Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charle...   [read more]

Earl Gee
Pinkston pours in 29 points as Petersburg Cavs edge Warriors 95-92 - 16 days ago
By Nicholas Vandeloecht The Petersburg Cavaliers slipped into a double-digit hole, trailed at halftime, took a double-digit lead of their own on 15 straight points, fell into a closely contested battle for the lead in the final stretch and then narrowly edged the visiting Hampton Roads Warriors 95-92 for their first home game win in a wild seesaw of a matchup. For Petersburg Cavaliers head coach Kyle Dixon , that seesaw "wasn't fun at all." Nevertheless, he was happy with the end result.    [read more]

Chris Moore
Chris Moore Scores 45 In PrimeTime Players Opening Victory - 21 days ago
Coming off of four straight minor league Player of the Year awards, Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charleston So.) didn't disappoint the crowd in PrimeTime Players first regular season game at York Preparatory Academy in Rock Hill SC. Moore led all players with a game high 45 points, while adding 12 rebounds and eight assists helping his team to a 141-96 win over SC Upstate Redhawks. Terell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) added 31 points hitting nine three pointers to go along...   [read more]


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