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PrimeTime Players push past Crusaders for 1st Place in South - May 15, 2018


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Jaime Vaughn
The PrimeTime Players returned home after being handed their first loss in two seasons at the hands on the NC Coyotes last weekend on the road in Raleigh. The match up was broadcasted live on local radio and was also telecasts on Netcast Sports Network in one of the most anticipated games in the ECBL four year history with the Carolina Crusaders coming into the game as the lone remaining undefeated team in the ECBL at 9-0. The host PrimeTime Players opened up a early lead with Jaime Vaughn (6'1''-SG, college: Wingate) and PJ Heath combining for 12 of the first 16 points of the game as PrimeTime where able to open up a early double figure lead. The Crusaders took a early time out to try and slow down the PrimeTime Players but after the time out Sean Barnettte scored 13 of his game high 36 in the quarter as PrimeTime opened a 36-19 lead at the end of one. The second quarter Terell Smith knocked down four three pointers in the quarter and PrimeTime was able to push the lead up to 28pts and newcomer Curtis Withers helped limit the Crusaders to one shot with his presence inside where he was able to pull down 18 first half rebounds including 15 defensive rebounds. The Crusaders closed the half out with a 11-2 run led by Sean Kennedy (6'2''-G-79, college: Marist) who scored 9 of his 16 over the last two minutes to cut the halftime lead to 67-49 at the half. The second half the Crusaders came out strong going on a 14-5 run to cut the lead down to 72-63 after back to back three pointers from Anton Grier but as quick as the cut the lead down PrimeTime were able to push the lead back up to 19 and held the Crusaders off through the forth quarter to come away with a 132-115 win. The win gives PrimeTime a half game lead in the playoff race with two games to go for both teams.
  




Chris Moore
Southern Conference All-Stars close our ECBL season with 137-123 win over Northern Conference All-Stars - 1 month 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 - 1 month ago
USBasket.com All-ECBL 1st Team 2018
Chris Moore
Moore
Michael Couvson
Couvson
Avery Patterson
Patterson
Quincy Washington
Washington
Deshaune Green
Green
  
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Sean
Barnette
PrimeTime Players clinch fourth ECBL title - 2 months 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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