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PrimeTime Players Earn Playoff Victory Over Carolina - Jun 23, 2016


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Marcellus
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Carolina Crusaders traveled to Fort Mill to take on the top seeded PrimeTime Players for the third time this season. PrimeTime were able to sweep the regular season by escaping with a fourth quarter comeback down 21 in April for a 123-116 win then winning in Columbia 123-111 on June 5th. Carolina came into the matchup confident knowing that a few plays where all that separated these two teams from switching positions in the league standings.

Carolina opened the game quickly behind 20 combined points from 2016 ECBL All-Star Melvin Rodgers (6'4''-G-75) and Marcellus Dunn (6'5''-F, college: Claflin) inside, while Jarvis Jackson and Andrae Belton (6'3''-G-86, college: Tennessee St.) bombed three pointers from the outside. PrimeTime fell behind early, but by the end of the first quarter both teams were tied at 33.

2016 Tabetha Berry Memorial MVP Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charleston So.) scored 15 points in the quarter while inside players Pierre Stines (6'9''-PF) and Thomas Pfaff (6'8''-C-87, college: Lipscomb) combined to add another 15.

The second and third quarters saw both teams play even throughout the two quarters with PrimeTime leading 94-93 going into the 4th quarter. Jarvis Jackson started off the fourth quarter for Carolina with back-to-back baskets helping his team to an early five point lead before PrimeTime was able to comeback to tie the score at 102 with nine minutes to go.

After a three-point basket from Brian Mobley (6'6''-SF-87, college: Johnson C. Smith) gave PrimeTime the lead Jarvis Jackson drove the length of the floor and and was injured after hitting the floor when Terrell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) stepped in and took the charge. After a short delay that saw Jackson having to sub out because of a cut, the PrimeTime Players capitalized with another Mobley three pointer and 16 points in six minutes from Danny Sanders (6'7''-SF-89, college: Jarvis Christian). Jackson returned to the game in the final minutes, but Carolina was unable to close the game into single digits and PrimeTime held on for a 131-117 win.

PrimeTime Players (12-2) will host the ECBL Championship game on Saturday face North Division champ Fayetteville Crossover (9-5). Game time in Fort Mill is scheduled for 5 PM (ET) at Bank Street Gym.   





Sean
Barnette
PrimeTime Players are five-time champs - 12 hours ago
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It was one of the most anticipated games in East Coast Basketball League history. First-year team and unbeaten Winston-Salem Wolves (14-0) facing our-time defending champion Prime Time Players (14-1) for the ECBL championship. It was also a first-time matchup between the two teams, each their respected conference champ. In the end, experience won out as PrimeTime held off the second half comeback to win 103-99. It was the visitors who took command early in the game leading the Wolves 28-...   [read more]

Anton Greer
PrimeTime Players Advance to 8th Championship Game - 6 days ago
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The PrimeTime Players hosted the ECBL Conference Finals Double Header this past Saturday at the Banks Street Gym in Fort Mill SC where they witnessed the Winston Salem Wolves beating the Petersburg Cavaliers in the opening game before the host took on the Carolina Crusaders in the Southern Conference Finals. The two team met earlier in the season with the PrimeTime Players taking a 114-96 win back in April but since that time the Crusaders have not lost winning 7 straight games including...   [read more]

Antonio
Robinson
Winston-Salem Wolves Win Streak Continues, Advance To Title Game - 8 days ago
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The Winston-Salem Wolves are the ECBL Northern Conference Champions, having maintained their undefeated season with a win over the Petersburg Cavaliers 127-100. The win not only wraps up the conference title for the Wolves, but also advances them to the ECBL Championship on June 22. Winston-Salem entered the ECBL playoffs as the #1 overall seed, earning a first round playoff bye, then defeated the Durham-based NC Coyotes in the second round in order to advance to the conference championsh...   [read more]


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