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PrimeTime Runs Past Showtime - May 16, 2017

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The PrimeTime Players welcomed ECBL Southern Conference travel team Carolina Showtime to Banks Street Gym this Saturday as they got their shot at trying to take down the two-time defending champions. Showtime came out strong for the opening eight minutes of the first quarter with Quinton Floyd and Justice Oliver combining for 20 first quarter points as Showtme trailed 29-26 at the four minute mark. The last four minutes PrimeTime closed out the quarter on a 10-1 run to push the lead out to 39-27 at the end of the first.

The second quarter Dijuan Harris (5'9''-PG-86, college: Charlotte) started pushing the pace and finished the first half with 12 assists as he was able to find Danny Sanders (6'7''-SF-89, college: Jarvis Christian), Chris Moore (6'2''-PG-86, college: Charleston So.), and Terell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) open for numerous three pointers as they combined to make 16 three pointers in the half. PrimeTime Players led 86-52 at the half.

The second half Justice Oliver again started strong, scoring a quick 13 points as PrimeTime slowed down on the offensive end. Showtime wasn't able capitalize and by the end of the quarter the game was out of reach at 113-73. The final quarter Chris Moore and Danny Sanders combined for 28 points as PrimeTime scored 51 in the quarter and cruised to a 163-101 win.

The win moves PrimeTime Players to 10-0 on the season. Their next game is scheduled for Saturday, May 20, which will be streamed live by Christopher Schieman Media broadcast on the East Coast Basketball League YouTube channel. Game time vs Hampton Roads Warriors (3-5) is scheduled for 5:00 PM.

PrimeTime Players - Dijuan Harris 14 pts 18 assists, PJ Heath 7 pts 7 rbs, Brian Mobley (6'6''-SF-87, college: Johnson C. Smith) 16 pts 12 rbs, Chris Moore 33 pts 11 rbs, Thomas Pfaff (6'8''-C-87, college: Lipscomb) 12 pts 14 rbs, Danny Sanders 36 pts 7 rbs, Terell Smith 32 pts 7 rbs, Pierre Stines 13 pts 5 rbs

Carolina Showtime - Mike Dyson 14 pts 10 rbs, Quinton Floyd 14 pts 5 rbs, Maurice Livingston 14 pts 6 rbs, Travis Mack 11 pts 6 rbs, Justice Oliver 27 pts 9 rbs   

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