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Week Three - Recaps and Results - May 1, 2018


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Erick Nuncio
Dallas Mustangs - Miss-Lou Warriors 136-120
The Miss-Lou Warriors traveled to Dallas, Tx to play two of the toughest teams in the Southwest Division. On Saturday, the Warriors fell short to the Mustangs in a very intense battle. The game was back and forth for the first three quarters. The Mustangs were able to hold the Warriors off and pull away in the 4th quarter to win the game 136-120. 'We struggle with turnovers late in the game which caused us the game' said Warriors Coach Cal'. The Dallas Mustangs moves on to 3-0 on the season. The Mustangs are currently the #1 team in the Southwest Division. Zach Downing (G/F) lead the Mustangs with 26pts on the night. PG-Jacarre Crockett, of the Miss-Lou Warriors, lead all scores with 36 on the night.

San Antonio - Dallas Diesel 151-116
The San Antonio Lions returned to form and their winning ways on Saturday against the Dallas Diesel in a 151-116 victory. After falling at home last week to the other franchise from Big D, the Dallas Mustangs, Erick Nuncio (5'9''-G, college: Incarnate Word) and the Lions were hot from the start and never let up. The win puts the Lions back in the mix for the NABL's Southwest Division at 2-1. The Diesel, despite the best efforts of Guard Steve Johunkin (6'2''-G, college: McMurry), were left to face another tough defeat in their first game of a weekend double header.

Tampa Bay Hawks - Tuscaloosa Titans 112-118
he San Antonio Lions returned to form and their winning ways on Saturday against the Dallas Diesel in a 151-116 victory. After falling at home last week to the other franchise from Big D, the Dallas Mustangs, Erick Nuncio and the Lions were hot from the start and never let up. The win puts the Lions back in the mix for the NABL's Southwest Division at 2-1. The Diesel, despite the best efforts of Guard Steve Johunkin, were left to face another tough defeat in their first game of a weekend double header. The Tuscaloosa Titans are 4-0 overall 3-0 in the division. Next Game is April 28th against the Florida Gymrats (0-2).

Music City - Savannah Cavaliers 100-119
The Savannah Cavaliers hosted the Music City Kings at The National Guard Armory on Saturday and continued one of the NABL's oldest rivalries. The two teams started the game with extreme intensity, staying neck and neck in score. Knocking down tough shots while producing on the defensive end; both teams exchanged basket for basket ending the first quarter with the Cavaliers up 30-25. Although the pace of the game never receded, the Cavaliers remained on top going into halftime 55-45. Starting off the second half, Music City's Allen Rogers led the King's comeback attempt through tough layups and jump shots. However, the Cavaliers answered back strong. The Cavaliers overpowered the Kings in the fourth gaining the win in the final of 119-100. Savannah's Antrjuan Albright (6'2''-G, college: Benedict) led the Cavaliers with 30 points with Rodriques Palmer's 27 to add.

Miss-Lou Warriors - Dallas Diesel 118-115
The Miss-Lou Warriors played the Dallas Diesel on Sunday in the weekend double-header for both teams. With both coming off of losses from the day before, The Warriors were able to hold off the Diesel to win the game with a final score of 118-115. Miss-Lou Warriors point guard Jacarre Crockett, finished with 34 points. Veteran Ronald Ellis (6'1''-SG-83, college: Grambling St.) finished with 29 on the night. 'We were able to rely on the consistency of PG-Jacarre Crockett, scoring a record 70 points in just two days', said Coach Cal of the Warriors.'
Courtesy of: nablbasketball.com   




Brett
McKnight
Ohio Bootleggers edge Grand Rapids Danger - 9 days ago
The Ohio Bootleggers took down the visiting Grand Rapids Danger in a stellar divisional matchup, 118-114 on Saturday evening. The NABL Game Of The Week proved to be very competitive and a rivalry in the making. Ohio trailed the majority of the game but finished strong with 42 points in the 4th quarter, outscoring Grand Rapids by 14 points. Veteran Bootlegger, Brett McKnight (6'6''-F-89, college: Akron), led with team with 26 points and has been named NABL Player Of The Week. Shawn Dyer (6...   [read more]

Erick Nuncio
Week Three - Recaps and Results - 23 days ago
Dallas Mustangs - Miss-Lou Warriors 136-120 The Miss-Lou Warriors traveled to Dallas, Tx to play two of the toughest teams in the Southwest Division. On Saturday, the Warriors fell short to the Mustangs in a very intense battle. The game was back and forth for the first three quarters. The Mustangs were able to hold the Warriors off and pull away in the 4th quarter to win the game 136-120. 'We struggle with turnovers late in the game which caused us the game' said Warriors Coach Cal'. Th...   [read more]

Brandon
McClester
Jamestown Jackals 'Texas Two Step Past Chautauqua Hurricane To Earn Northeast Division Title - 1 month ago
The Jamestown Jackals unleashed an array of offensive firepower on the Chautauqua Hurricane in a decisive two- game sweep of their Northeast Division Championship Series, winning Sunday's match-up, 115-105. The Jackals, meanwhile, secured a spot in the NABL Championships, which will be held in San Antonio in July. The Jackals received 28 points a piece out of Latrell Alford (6'3''-G-89, college: Valley Forge) and Michael Davenport (6'5''-G-89, college: St.Bonaventure), and 14 points a pie...   [read more]


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NABL Standings
Midwest Division
 1. Ohio Bootleggers 1-0 
 2. Grand Rapids D. 1-2 
 3. Indianapolis D. 0-0 
 4. Kentucky En. 0-0 
 5. S.Illinois Phar. 0-0 
Northeast Division
 1. Jamestown J. 4-2 
 2. Chautauqua H. 4-2 
 3. Dubois D. 1-5 
Southeast Division
 1. Tuscaloosa T. 8-0 
 2. Savannah C. 3-2 
 3. Tampa Bay Hawks 3-2 
 4. Bradenton GR 0-2 
Southwest Division
 1. Miss-Lou Warriors 4-2 
 2. S.Antonio Lions 2-2 
 3. Dallas Diesel 1-4 
 4. Texas Toros 1-4 
 5. Arlington B. 0-0 
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