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 Lamelo Ball
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Lamelo Ball
Davis, Hollis leads Team JBA USA to victory in Estonia - 3 days ago
After going with a small lineup on Sunday, Team JBA USA had to go with a bigger lineup against a much taller Rapla squad. Luckily, 6-10 big man Melvin Davis (208-C-98) delivered. Davis scored 11 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked five shots to lead JBA USA to a 135-123 victory over AVIS Utilitas Rapla on Tuesday evening at the Rapla Spordihoone in Rapla, Estonia. The victory is the fourth win in a row for Team JBA USA. Davis, who only played seven minutes on Sunday, tripled his minut...   [read more]

Nate Morris
JBA USA fall short in Lithuania - 20 days ago
Despite getting off to a good start to begin the game, JBA USA couldn't keep up with Sintek-Jonava high flying three pointers and rebounds. JBA USA put up a fight in the second half, but fell short in a 126-118 loss to Sintek-Jonava on Saturday night at Jonava Sporto Arena in Jonava, Lithuania. Despite a great performance from Jerell Springer (6'6''-SG-99), who scored a team high 27 points with six rebounds for JBA USA (1-1), they were missing their bigs down in the post with Nate Morris...   [read more]

LiAngelo
Ball
Floyd Jr. seals JBA USA comeback victory in Denmark - 26 days ago
After feeling exhausted in their first game overseas, and down by 14 points with less than four minutes to go, the JBA USA squad needed a boost to lift them up. That boost is named Jordan Ray (191-PG-00). The Atlanta Ballers guard came off the bench and scored 13 of his 19 points in the later half of the final quarter. That set up Greg Floyd Jr.'s put-back to pull off the 120-118 victory over the Svendborg Rabbits on Saturday evening in a sold out Svendborg Idraetscenter in Denmark. LiAng...   [read more]



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