Sign in
View: Mobile | Desktop
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
 USA basketball USA Basketball
Men Professional
Men College
High Schools

 Canadian basketball Canadian Hoops
Americas Events
World Events
Upcoming Events
Apr 1: NCAA1: NCAA1 Final Four starts
Jun 17: Nantes (FRA): FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017 starts
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover PBL basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
We can help you
PBL Minor Lgs
PBL Standings
 1. Rochester R. 14-2 
 2. Kentucky M. 13-3 
 3. Ohio Bootleggers 12-6 
 4. Jamestown J. 9-7 
 5. Chautauqua H. 6-13 
 6. Washington W. 3-9 
 7. Providence SC 2-3 
 8. Dubois D. 1-17 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 31
 1. Garrick, Providen.31.0 
 2. Phillips, Washingt.27.2 
 3. Jackson, Dubois D.24.0 
 4. Ballard, Ohio B.22.4 
 5. McKnight, Ohio B.21.1 
 6. Edwards, Ohio B.19.8 
 7. Allmond, Rocheste.19.6 
 8. Ubiles, Chautauq.18.6 
 9. Symonds, Washingt.17.8 
 10. Oblitey, Washingt.17.8 
Rebounds Per Game
  Dubois D.
  Avg: 13.7
 1. Francis, Dubois D.13.7 
 2. Bowling, Jamestow.11.6 
 3. Feagan, Chautauq.11.0 
 4. Jackson, Dubois D.9.6 
 5. Waddell, Kentucky.8.7 
 6. Greene, Chautauq.8.1 
 7. Osei, Washingt.7.7 
 8. Woodson, Rocheste.7.3 
 9. Hill, Jamestown J.7.2 
 10. Berry, Chautauq.7.2 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6.2
 1. Phillips, Washingt.6.2 
 2. Davenport, Jamestow.5.2 
 3. Fillyaw, Kentucky M.5.1 
 4. Jackson, Dubois D.4.9 
 5. Simmons, Providen.4.7 
 6. Crescenzi, Jamestow.4.5 
 7. Lyons, Jamestow.4.4 
 8. Crouch, Rocheste.4.4 
 9. Ubiles, Chautauq.4.2 
 10. Jackson, Kentucky.4.1 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Phillips, Washingt.2.8 
 2. Hodge, Chautauq.2.7 
 3. Simmons, Providen.2.7 
 4. Biggs, Rochester R.2.6 
 5. Echols, Chautauq.2.3 
 6. Bowling, Jamestow.2.2 
 7. Brown, Chautauq.2.2 
 8. Feagan, Chautauq.2.0 
 9. Jackson, Dubois D.1.9 
 10. Dawson, Chautauq.1.9 
Blocks Per Game
 Jordan RAILEY
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Railey, Rocheste.2.6 
 2. Allen, Jamestow.2.0 
 3. Woodson, Rocheste.1.2 
 4. Christian, Jamestow.1.2 
 5. Baker, Jamestow.1.2 
 6. Wells, Washington W.1.2 
 7. Coker, Rochester R.1.1 
 8. DeVaughn, Kentucky.1.1 
 9. Chichester, Rocheste.1.0 
 10. Jackson, Dubois D.1.0 

Next Round Schedule

Game 1 (Semi-Finals)

Rochester 76% Apr.2 Jamestown
Kentucky M. 53% Apr.2 Ohio Bootl
Rochester Captures Third Straight PBL Title! - Apr 25, 2016

E-mail Igor:
Igor's Articles 
| Follow Igor on  Facebook Twitter

The Blue Cross Arena was alive tonight, in a Game Two PBL Championship matchup between the RazorSharks and the Lake Michigan Admirals. The stands were packed and the crowd was wild in what turned out to be an incredible game that came down to the final seconds. Coming into the game, Rochester had a 1-0 lead in the best of three series, so with a win, the Sharks would be champions for the third consecutive season. After a great battle in Lake Michigan last week, Coach Chris Iversen and his team knew this win would not come easy, as Lake Michigan never gave up, even after being down by twenty at one point in Thursday's game.
From the first whistle, everyone in the arena knew this would be a hard fought game by both sides. Neither team really got going at any point, resulting in a score of 40-40 at the half. At one point in the second quarter, the Admirals led by eight points, which was quickly caught by Rochester, on the back of big man Ayodele Coker (6'10''-C/F-88, college: St.John's). Coker finished the half leading the team with 10 points and 3 blocks. He was a man on a mission down in the paint and he proved to be a problem for Lake Michigan, even with their depth in the post.
Going into the second half, tensions were high as both teams played well, but neither could find a groove. After a quiet first half, veteran guard Jerice Crouch (6'0''-PG-84, college: Chattanooga) went to work. All of a sudden, Crouch was everywhere: scoring, dishing out assists, and even pulling down some rebounds. Despite his excellent play, the Sharks still weren't able to stop the Admirals from scoring. Throughout the third and fourth quarters the lead changed nine times and things got crazy as Lake Michigan had two players foul out and Rochester kept missing free throws.
Coming down to the final minutes of play, Crouch's leadership elevated the team's level of play. The RazorSharks began to fight back and take control of the game. In the final stretch Crouch and Allmond continued to make shots and battle with the Admirals. After two missed RazorSharks free throws, the Admirals got the ball back with less than ten seconds left. Great defense by every Shark on the court forced the Admirals to take a wild shot from the corner that never reached the basket. Crouch finished the game with 26 points (22 in the second half) and 7 assist to lead the RazorSharks. He also pulled down 6 rebounds in a spectacular second half performance. Ayodele Coker (6'10''-C/F-88, college: St.John's) continued to dominate both offensively and defensively in the third and fourth, finishing the night with 16 points and 5 blocks. His post presence limited the Admirals play in the paint, forcing the Admirals to take outside shots. The RazorSharks also received help from all-star guard, Corey Allmond (6'2''-G-88, college: Sam Houston St.) who made some clutch three point field goals, including one deep in the corner with only a minute left to light a fire under the team. Despite a quiet night, Melvin Council was named playoff MVP for his outstanding performance in the post season.
Tonight was a very emotional game for the RazorSharks. Experience played a major role as they were outscored all game until the fourth quarter. Greatness occurs when adversity strikes, and tonight the RazorSharks responded to the call, conquering the Lake Michigan Admirals for the second year in a row with a 93-92 victory. With the win, first year Coach Chris Iversen receives his first trophy. This was Chris's sixth championship as a member of the RazorSharks team, but this one will surely be his most special. Hopefully this will simply be the beginning of an era under his outstanding leadership.

Courtesy of PBL   

Anthony Jackson gets MVP of the Week award for PBL PBL - 9 days ago
Anthony Jackson (196-G-89) had an amazing evening in the last round for Dubois D. and that's him to receive a Player of the Week award for round 11. The 27-year old guard had the game-high 23 points adding seven rebounds and three assists for Dubois D. in his team's victory, helping them to edge out Washington W. (#6, 3-8) 98-95. Dubois D. maintains the 8th position in PBL PBL. The season is in a full swing, so it's only a dream for the team to make it into top half of the st...   [read more]

Round 11: Dream edges Warhawks by three points - 10 days ago
There are only two more rounds left in the Regular Season in PBL. The most exciting game of round 11 in the PBL took place in Washington. This derby game ended with only three-point home defeat of 6th ranked Warhawks (3-8) to eighth ranked Dream (1-16) 98-95 on Sunday evening. The best player for the winners was guard Anthony Jackson (196-89, college: Florida Tech) who scored 23 points and 7 rebounds. Center Julius Francis (211, college: Miss.Valley St.) chipped in 20 points and 13 rebo...   [read more]

Railey number one in PBL for round 10 - 13 days ago
Center Jordan Railey (213-C-92) had a very impressive game in the last round for second-ranked Rochester R., receiving a Player of the Week award for round 10. The 24-year old player was the main contributor (15 points, eight rebounds and two assists) to his team's victory, helping them to beat Jamestown J. (#4, 8-6) 109-96. The game was between two of the league's top four teams. Rochester R. maintains the 2nd position in PBL PBL. They are still close to the very top. Roches...   [read more]

1 | 2 | 3
1 | 2 | 3

Site Map: Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2017 Eurobasket Inc. Disclaimer

Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.