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Winston-Sale Mar.24 Charlotte T
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Carolina T. 98% Mar.23 E.Carol.C.
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Charlotte T 52% Mar.23 PT Players
Carolina Thunder on the move in 2019 - Feb 19, 2019

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The East Coast Basketball League semi-pro team will play its home contests at the Latta Recreation Department gymnasium located at 122 Latimer Street in Latta.

'The Latta Recreation Department has been gracious enough to allow us to come back home where Sebastian and I reside and use their gym as our home gym,' Murray said. 'We've been discussing it for a while. We went to the Latta town council and they agreed that it would be an outstanding opportunity for not only Latta but Dillon County and the surrounding area.'

Playing in Dillon County was always the goal, Murray added, as most of the team's fan base and ownership is from that area.

'It just allows the fans that have supported us and been behind us this whole time an opportunity to just come right down the street and watch us play,' he said. 'We're pretty close to Dillon, Marion, Florence and the beach for anyone who wants to watch a game.'

That hasn't always been the case. The Thunder played most of last season at the T.B. Thomas Sports Center in Hartsville, and that was just a season removed from having to play all of their games on the road.

' (Hartsville) has been very, very gracious to us and we appreciate everything they've done,' Murray said. 'They showed us nothing but hospitality. But the possibility of Latta did come up before the season started and it was just an opportunity we felt like we couldn't pass up.'

The Thunder's first game of the year will be a home game on March 9 against the Fayetteville Panthers, one of the newcomers to the league along with the Winston-Salem Wolves and Carolina Chosen Lions out of Rocky Mount, N.C.

'Nothing is set in stone yet, but we are planning to have a couple of meet-and-greets in February to introduce fans and get them familiar with some of our players,' Murray said.

The Thunder have already achieved success after winning the 2017 Northern Conference tournament title and advancing to the ECBL finals. Murray said he and Page are hoping to continue that trend this year, and credits his partner with building the franchise into what it is now.

'Sebastian's been a very, very big part of what we do in our identity,' Murray said. 'He's been a huge part of our success in Dillon County - not only on the court but helping these kids go from AAU and into college.'

Murray and Page's squad will get a boost as Quincy Washington and Demerous Robinson will join the Thunder after departing rival Florence Wildcats.   

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The Petersburg Cavaliers (2-1) bested the Carolina Chosen Lions (2-1) from Rocky Mount, N.C. 116-113 on Saturday night at Petersburg high School. 'We just love to see each other be successful,' said Point Guard Robert Pinkston (6'2''-G, college: Bluefield). 'we have the motto that everybody eats. We'll give the ball to one guy and then give it to the next guy just to keep that energy around each other. If one man's eating then we're all going to stand up and celebrate.' Points came from a...   [read more]

Chris Moore
PrimeTime Players Buzzer Beater KNocks off Rowan County 120-118 - 4 days ago
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Dionte Adams
Winston-Salem Wolves Run Away From SC Upstate 120-80 - 6 days ago
The Winston-Salem Wolves remained unbeaten in ECBL play this season with a home win over the SC Upstate Redhawks on Saturday, March 16, with a final score of 120-80. The Redhawks scored first and held the first lead of the game, but a deep three pointer by starting guard Antonio Robinson (6'4''-G-93, college: E.Carolina) quickly put the Wolves out in front and the team never trailed again in the game. The Wolves came into the contest somewhat shorthanded, with shooting guard Lepreece Lync...   [read more]

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