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Tony Omotayo: Stud or One year wonder? - Oct 20, 2012

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Tony Omotayo

ATLANTA Enough scorers have enjoyed career seasons next to DeAndre Bray (5'6''-G-85, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: Jacksonville St.) to question whether Tony Omotayo (6'4''-F-85, college: Ft.Valley St.) will be the same offensive player without him around.

Every Lion figures to take some kind of efficiency hit without Bray, but no Atlanta player relied on him more to create easy buckets than Omotayo last season, although the flip side of that is that Bray needed an excellent roll man like Omotayo more than any other Lion to be successful himself.

According to Usbasket, Omotayo was assisted on 70.0 percent of his buckets in 2011-12 with the Lions last year. A third of his 2011-12 plays came as the roll man (more than any other play type), UBABasket, a play on which he scored 1.23 points per play (10th in the league). Thus some wonder whether he can repeat his superb 16.4 ppg season on 50.5 percent shooting (60.8 percent with Bray, 44.0 percent without him, per the UBAs stats tool) with Bray no longer around to set him up.

Omotayo was by far the Most Valuable Player for the Lions in the UBA championship game last summer (24 points and 8 rebounds), but the team came up short to the hands of Jermaine Barnes (6'5''-G/F-82, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: Point, GA) and the GIE Maile Matrix.

He was an ideal pick-and-roll partner for Bray with his combination of athleticism, agility and quickness in a 6-foot-5 package. The Nigerian-America was the biggest surprise for the UBA coming off a season ending injury in 2010-11. He return with a new mind set and focus for the game that wasnt expected. Omotayo averaged a career best 16.4ppg, 6.5rpg shooting over 50%. He was later named All-UBA Import Player of the Year.

Omotayo so badly wanted an opportunity to prove himself upon landing in UBA, and he found himself in a perfect situation with the unselfish Bray. Yet now without him he bristled at a question during Media Day about whether his game would change without the PRIMESs new point guard.

"Tony is ready to be a big contributor for us this season", says head coach Mike Dennis . As long as he continues to work like he does he will be one of the top forwards in the league this season.


Hamilton bringing new franchise to UBA - 7 days ago

The UBA recently announced this week that they will be expanding into Hamilton, Ohio for the 2016-2017 season. Hamilton Heroes BC will be entering their 2nd season as an organization. They played last season in the Midwest Basketball League and qualified for the playoffs out of the East Division with a 7-5 record. Brandon Brandon Lampley(6'0''-G-86) will be their Head Coach and General Manager for the upcoming season. Brandon Lampley played his college basketball at Ball State Univers...   [read more]

VGO Basket Vigo (Spain) ink Johnathan Murphy; ex GIE - 23 days ago

David Walls Reports 9/28/2016 The Basketball Club VGO Basket Vigo (Spain) has announced the addition of Johnathan Murphy (6'6''-F-89, college: Columbus St.) of the Georgia PRIME (UBA). It was announced on Ebro Channel 21 a few weeks ago. Murphy is a player who relies on his athletic ability, strength and great post moves. Murphy comes with the aim of strengthening the game inside of the senior team ahead of the Catalonia Cup. Last season Murphy played for the GIE Maile Matrix of the...   [read more]

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Indiana Generals set to return for third season - 1 month ago

The Indiana Indiana Generals announced this week they will return to the UBA for their third straight season. Last season, the Indiana Generals were led in scoring by Brad Smith (6'3''-G/F-87). During the 2014-2015 season, the Indiana Generals improved to 9 wins after only winning 2 in 2014. Brad Smithwas named 2016 Most Improved Player in the UBA andhas also been apart of the 2015 & 2016 Copa Mitchell America's Cup Championship teams in the Dominican Republic. The Indiana Indiana Gen...   [read more]

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