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 A.Patterson37.5 
 M. Couvson34.9 
 C. Moore32.1 
 J.Glover29.4 
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 O.Roebuck13.7 
 T.James13.5 
 PJ.Heath12.5 
 DJ.Mason12.1 
 R.Espinosa11.9 
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 A.Greer7.9 
 J.Williams7.8 
 S.Heggins7.6 
 J.Murray5.5 
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 T.Smith3.4 
 Q.Washington2.4 
 K.Whittington2.4 
 C.Moore2.4 
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 R.Espinosa3.4 
 T.James2.7 
 R.James2.7 
 D.Sanders2.2 
 D.Robinson2.1 
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Round 5 (Regular Season)

Augusta E. Mar.31 Charlotte T 93%
Florence W. Mar.31 Carolina T. 86%
PT Players 98% Mar.30 Augusta E.
E.Carol.C. Mar.30 Hickory H. 66%
Carolina C. 63% Mar.30 Fayetteville
Petersburg Cavs blowout Cardinals 133-101 - Mar 11, 2019


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The Petersburg Cavaliers (1-1) understand the value of competing for four quarters. In their first game they came out flat in the second half, and it cost them. This game they were not going to let that happen again and scored 38 points in the third quarter helping them secure a thirty-point victory over the East Carolina Cardinals (1-1). "Last game we did not have a good third quarter," said Cavs coach Kyle Dixon , "We made sure that this game, that we put in extra effort in the third quarter coming out of halftime. We looked really sluggish the first game, so we made a concerted effort to come out the same way we did the first strong and aggressive." It was a total team effort as seven players scored in double figures, including five with at least 15 points. They dominated in all areas, making shots from inside, drives, and three-pointers. The Cavs also did a good job with ball control. They limited their turnovers and had over 20 assists as a team. The 133 points scored is a season high for them and reached Dixon's goal to average at least 30 points a quarter. That's the offense to look for the open man, we want to keep each other involved, [instead] of looking for ourselves", said #23 Anthony Jones, "we had that lock down defense and had to bring havoc to the game." The game started off at a fast pace with both teams trading baskets. The pace of play was an advantage for the Cavs, but Carolina was able to keep up pace with accurate three-point shooting. Then in the second quarter the Cavs used their size advantage to pick up the defensive intensity. They extended their lead to twenty points by dominating on the boards and forcing many turnovers. E. Carolina did not help their cause by going cold from the field and the free throw line. Petersburg went into halftime with a 59-41 lead. They started the third quarter with a 15-3 run that put the game out of reach, extending the lead to 30 points. This was too much for the Cardinals to overcome and the deficit never changed the rest of the game. The Cavs do have to work on maintaining the defensive pressure the entire game. Coach Dixon has a defensive goal of only giving up 20 points per quarter. They were on pace for that through three quarters, but let it lapse in the fourth quarter. They allowed over 100 points, which is not ideal in the East Coast Basketball League.   



Tavon Mealy
Cavaliers tame Chosen Lions 116-113 - 7 days ago
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 - 7 days ago
The Rowan County Bulls traveled to Fort Mill to take on the PrimeTime Players for the first time in the two teams history. The Rowan County Bulls had requested to play the defending Champions and showed up ready to play, The 1st quarter saw the visitors jump right on the home team by opening a quick 16-4 lead behind the combination of Avery Patterson (St Johns) and Zeke Mayes who combined for 21 of the teams 31 first quarter, PrimeTime was able to cut the lead down to 31-27 by the end of...   [read more]

Dionte Adams
Winston-Salem Wolves Run Away From SC Upstate 120-80 - 9 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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