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Chris Moore Scores 45 In PrimeTime Players Opening Victory - Mar 6, 2017


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Coming off of four straight minor league Player of the Year awards, Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charleston So.) didn't disappoint the crowd in PrimeTime Players first regular season game at York Preparatory Academy in Rock Hill SC. Moore led all players with a game high 45 points, while adding 12 rebounds and eight assists helping his team to a 141-96 win over SC Upstate Redhawks. Terell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) added 31 points hitting nine three pointers to go along with a game high 10 steals. Playing in his first ECBL game Dijuan Harris (5'9''-PG-86, college: Charlotte) contributed 19 points and 12 assists, while keeping the Upstate guards in check with strong full court defense.

The first quarter started slow with neither team able to hit shots from the perimeter, combining to go 13-for-52 from the field. The difference in the quarter came from the free throw line where PrimeTime was able to convert 14-of-15 while the Redhawks made 1-of-2 which led to a 30-17 lead at the end of the first quarter.

The cold shooting continued for SC Upstate in the second half as they connected on just 3-of-25 from the field and a combined 10-for-51 in the half, with 11 of their 19 points coming at the free throw line. Moore hit four-straight three point attempts helping push the PrimeTime lead to 63-36 at halftime.

The second half SC Upstate continued to play hard, but were never able to get closer than 24 as PrimeTime was able to pull away in the final quarter.

Top Performers SC Upstate : Charles Clark (6'8''-C/F, college: Johnson C. Smith) 22 points, 14 rebounds; Xavier Kelly (G) 13 points; James Lowe (5'10''-PG, college: S.Wesleyan) 12 points, 5 assists; Melvin Garrett (6'6''-F-82, college: Salem Intern.) 9 points, 8 rebounds; Dante Burgess (G/F) 4 points, 8 rebounds
Top Performers PrimeTime : Chris Moore 45 points, 12 rebounds; Terell Smith 31 points, 10 steals; Dijuan Harris 19 points, 12 assists; Victor Street (5'11''-PG-88, college: Erskine) 10 points, 5 rebounds; Matt Salley (6'8''-F-86, college: Bradley) 10 rebounds   




Chris Moore
Southern Conference All-Stars close our ECBL season with 137-123 win over Northern Conference All-Stars - 11 days ago
The East Coast Basketball League closed out the 2018 season with its 4th Annual All-Stars weekend that was held at Ben Lippen HS in Columbia SC this past weekend. The day started off with Corey Etheridge of the host Carolina Crusaders knocking off Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charleston So.) (6'1''-G) (PrimeTime Players) in the 3pt contest after both ended tied after the 3rd Round, then Etheridge won in a final shootout 23-19. The slam dunk contest was next with special guest Shian...   [read more]

Chris Moore
USBasket.com All-ECBL Awards 2018 - 19 days ago
USBasket.com All-ECBL 1st Team 2018
Chris Moore
Moore
Michael Couvson
Couvson
Avery Patterson
Patterson
Quincy Washington
Washington
Deshaune Green
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Sean
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PrimeTime Players clinch fourth ECBL title - 28 days ago
PrimeTime Players extended their East Coast Basketball League dominance. They overcame Hickory Hoyas 134:118 in the Final on Saturday to claim the fourth consecutive trophy. Sean Barnette (6'6''-F-86, college: Wingate) delivered 38 points for PrimeTime Players guiding the team to yet another title. PrimeTime grabbed a 37:33 lead after the first period. Hickory pulled within just one point at halftime 65:66. But PrimeTime Players regained control in the third period. They stretched the lea...   [read more]


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