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Davis, Hollis leads Team JBA USA to victory in Estonia - Oct 18, 2018

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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 minutes on Tuesday, with 22 and made the best of it in the second half. 'I just wanted to come out here and work hard,' Davis said. 'I just had to get my stuff together with the team. I want to be a good asset to the team. I'm here to rebound, block shots and win the game.' With Davis working the post, Lamelo Ball (196-G-01, agency: Slash Sports) took care of the rest, leading JBA USA (5-2) with 38 points to go with 11 rebounds and eight assists while LiAngelo Ball (196-G-98, college: UCLA, agency: Slash Sports) added 33 points and seven rebounds. Curtis Hollis (198-G/F-98, college: Hutchinson CC) scored 24 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and stole the ball five times for JBA USA, who despite playing short on height, was only outrebounded 49 to 48. 'The credit goes to the hard work we put in practice,' Hollis said. 'I go hard like my teammates. We are getting accustomed to each other. We keep getting better and better everyday.' Even though Rapla had one more rebound than Team JBA USA, they turned the ball over 17 times to JBA USA seven. What kept Rapla in the game was the performance of Rain Veideman (192-G-91), which led Rapla with 38 points and six assist. Veideman went 7 for 8 in field goals and 8 for 9 from three point range. 7-0 big man Ronald Delph (213-C-93, college: Florida Atlantic) scored 15 points to go with his seven rebounds and three blocks while Gregor Ilves scored 13 points to go with his eight boards for Rapla, which only held the lead for a minute and thirty seconds of the game, all in the first quarter. Kustas Poldoja (195-F/G-93) scored 12 points, Hunter Mckelson scored 10 points while Marek Ruut and Dominque Hawkins each had 11 points for Rapla. Je'rell Springer scored 24 points and Corey Boyd (206-C-98) grabbed nine rebounds to go with his three points for JBA USA, which heads to Skarszewy, Poland to the Skarszewy Sportscenter to take on Polpharma Starograd Gdanski on Thursday October 18th. Game time is scheduled for 12:00 pm EST.
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