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PrimeTime Players sweep Home and Away with Savannah - Apr 14, 2016


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The PrimeTime Players hosted the Savannah Storm after traveling to Savannnah the week before in there second and final meeting of the ECBL season taking a 137-120 victory at Banks Street Gym in Fort Mill.
The Storm came out with revenge on there mind as they applied a full court press trying to limit both Terell Smith and Chris Moore's touches and both teams played even through the first half of the first quarter. PrimeTime defensive intensity matched Savannah's as Pierre Stines (6'9''-PF) led the way with 4 first quarter blocks to go along with two steal and numerous changed shots. The game was tied at 16 when the second unit for PrimeTime Players came in to close out the end of the quarter on a 14-4 run with Sean Morgan, Jonathan Hart, and Danny Sanders scoring all 14 points in the run. The second quarter the Strom chipped away at the lead with Kyle Hamilton and Devon Thomas scoring 21 points combined in the quarter and where able to cut the lead down to one on several occasions. Starting point guard Victor Street returned in the middle of the second quarter and was able to help push the lead back up by scoring 9 straight points as the PrimeTime Players went into the half with a 58-53 lead. The second half started with Sean Morgan Jr going to work from the 1st play of the quarter to the last where he finished with 15 of his 23 in the quarter which also opened up the outside shooting of Smith and Moore as they combined for 18 in the quarter as the PrimeTime Players where able to take a 97-76 lead going into the final quarter. The fourth quarter started where the 3rd left off with Smith and Moore combining for another 18pts and Jonathan Hart added 8 of his 20pts in the 4th quarter in his PrimeTime Players debut. The Storm played even throughout the quarter and never backed down scoring 40 points in the 4th quarter and will be looking to get there first win of the season next week as they host the RDU Raptors in Savannah Saturday at 4:00. PrimeTime will travel to Augusta to take on the Fort Gordon Eagles at 2:00.
  




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