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Articles

Lytle grabs Player of the Week Award after knocking off top team - May 19, 2016


POSTED BY:
CHARLES HICKMAN
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Reggie Lytle
The MBL East player of the Week is none other than Reggie Lytle (6'2''-G-90, college: MCC-Penn Valley) , the guard for the Indiana Fury.

Lytle is a former player for the Fort Wayne Flite who played on last years playoffs runner up team. Lytle took it to the Air Strikers all night to a tune of 41 points, including 7 3's from behind the arc. Four of his 3's came in the fourth quarter when the Fury puled away. Lytle also added 5 rebounds, 4 assist, and 3 steals.

They needed all 41 because the Fury had to outscore the Air Strikers in the 4th quarter to win. Lytle is shooting 50% from the Field and is hitting almost 4 3's a game this season. Lytle is hitting at A high efficiency rate from behind the arc at 47.8%, en route to averaging 32 ppg.

Lytle is 3rd in the MBL in scoring. Lytle is also 5th in the league in steals with a 3.3 average per game, who has also helped the Fury to an early 4-1 start. The Fury is currently tied for 1st in the MBL-East division. Lytle will be headed to an overseas tour next month too China to give him a chance at landing overseas.
  




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Dabriawn Johnson and Knights take title to Chicago - 1 month ago
The Chicago Knights knew heading into this game that they would need to close out the series at home otherwise face a game 3 back in Green Bay. Dabriawn Johnson(6'1''-PG, college: N.Mexico Highlands) (Knights) was a game time decision due to vehicle accident the night before but still managed to compete. As tipoff took place the Game Changers jumped out on the Knights early with James Devault setting the tone before the Knights found their idenity through Johnson as they started to cruise...   [read more]

Raijon Kelly
COURTKINGS TAKE DOWN VISION TO CLAIM BACK TO BACK CHAMPIONSHIPS - 3 months ago
Huntsville,Tx-------- The Midwest Basketball League had its 2017 Championship game this past weekend on the campus of Sam Houston State University. Both teams arrived to the arena with a police escort and as they went through pregame interviews you could see the excitement on their faces on how the day started off. Once the ball was in the air it was indeed a dog fight as the Vision and the CourtKings would exchange spurts in the game going on runs of their own. Toward the end it was all...   [read more]

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CourtKings run the table, capture second straight MBL title - 3 months ago
Throughout the season, coaches and players of the Cedar Valley CourtKings have said winning another Midwest Basketball League title was far more important than finishing the year undefeated. But on Saturday night, they managed to accomplish both goals. Raijon Kelly (6'4''-G-93, college: Angelo St.) scored 34 points and Cedar Valley capped a 19-0 season with a 121-106 win over the Ft. Wayne Vision in the MBL championship game on the campus of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Tex...   [read more]


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