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Southern Conference All-Stars close our ECBL season with 137-123 win over Northern Conference All-Stars - Jul 11, 2018


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Chris Moore
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 Bradshaw of ECBL 2019 Applicant Fayetteville Panther winning the competition after knocking off last years champion Sam Dotson in the slam dunk championship finals. The women's East Coast Basketball League Championship Game was next with the Lady Crusaders of Columbia, SC knocking the SC Storm of Spartanburg, SC 72-60 to take home the leagues 1st Championship title. Before the All-Star game the league recognized numerous players for leading the league in stat categories and also name Quincey Washington as the 2018 Tabetha Berry Memorial Award which recognizes the Regular season MVP that is chosen by league owners votes.
The All-Stars game featured 24 of the best players in the ECBL and the Northern Conference jumped out to a quick double figure lead, led by the combination of Hampton Roads Warriors stars Caleb Henderson and Deshaune Green (6'7''-F, college: Mount Olive, agency: S.M.W.W.) who combined for 24pts of the teams 39 first quarter points as they ended the 1st quarter up 39-32. The second quarter Quincey Washington and Chris Moore for the Southern Conference came out strong as they where able to push out to a 14pts lead midway through the quarter with both scoring at will from the outside, once they subbed out the Northern conference stormed right back over the final 6 minutes of the quarter out scoring them 23-4 with the Hampton Roads pair again having a big quarter as they added 14 points in the run to give them a 69-66 halftime lead. The second half the Southern Conference switched up the rotation some and started off Michael Couvson (6'1''-SG) (Augusta Eagles) in the 3rd quarter where he responded with 16pts and again the Southern Conference jumped out to another double digit lead to only have Avery Patterson hit back to back three pointers and Deshaune Green added 16 in the quarter to cut the lead down to 5 going into the 4th. The fourth quarter the Southern Conference stuck with the second have starters for the majority of the lead and after James Murray (Charlotte Tribe) hit his second straight three pointer for the North to cut the lead to 1 at the 4 minutes mark it looked as if they may come all the way and steal the game but over the last four minutes Terell Smith (6'3''-G-85, college: Limestone) and Chris Moore combined to make 6 three pointers and Trey James and Daniel Quarles (6'8''-C/F) controlled the boards as the south pulled away in the end for a 137-123 win. Mike Michael Couvson was named the All-Star Game MVP by leading the Southern Conference in scoring with 28pts.   




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Chris Moore's 3rd Triple Double leads PrimeTime PLayers to 147-109 Win - 2 days ago
The PrimeTime Players hosted the SC Upstate Redhawks in their first game since their 1st loss of the season against the Carolina Thunder two weeks ago. The Redhawks opened the game quickly taking a early 8 point lead behind 10 first quarter points from perennial ECBL Allstar Octreyvious Roebuck, but over the last two minutes of the quarter the Redhawks were out scored 11-3 with Odell Turner leading the comeback with 8 of those 11pts. The second quarter was the Trey Suttles (6'5''-F, colle...   [read more]

Malik London
Fayetteville shocks Thunder - 3 days ago
It was an ECBL Southeast matchup few thought much about before gameday. Carolina Thunder was 10-1 and holding the top seed in the Southern Conference. Winners of two in-a-row, which included a victory over the previously undefeated Prime Time Players, the Thunder had already clinched the division title. It was their second division crown in just three ECBL seasons. First year Fayetteville Panthers were the opponent, fighting to get to the .500 mark and second place in the division. Despi...   [read more]

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Petersburg closes out Home Schedule with Win - 3 days ago
The Petersburg Cavaliers finished their home schedule with a win on Sunday, defeating the Augusta Eagles 139-133 at Petersburg High School. 'It's a big win,' Cavaliers head coach and owner Kyle Dixon said. 'It's a big motivational win.' Petersburg trailed 48-29 after the first quarter, but limited Augusta to just 19 points in the second, outscoring them by 17. 'They were playing at their tempo, and they hit a lot of threes in the first half,' Dixon said of the opening to the game. Petersb...   [read more]


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