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  Avg: 20.9
 1. Williams, Z*Vermont20.9 
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 Dwuan RICE
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Goliath falls. Admirals upset Kentucky 112-104 and return to PBL Championship - Apr 17, 2016

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Nick Waddell
By Tom O'Neill - Goliath has fallen. Lake Michigan Admirals upset the Kentucky Mavericks on their home court 112-104, Saturday, putting the Admirals back
in the PBL Championship for the second straight year as Midwest Champions. The Mavericks were 19-1 heading into the Midwest title game, blowing away opponents by almost 24 points a game. Their only loss came against last year's PBL Champion Rochester RazorSharks, 105-99 on the road. The loss ended a five-year streak of 103 straight wins and four ABA titles.
Kentucky had beaten Lake Michigan (10-8) four times before, but the Admirals came within six points 95-89 on their last visit to Owensboro. The Mavericks hadn't lost a home game in five years. Lake Michigan jumped out to 34-28 first quarter lead behind the hot hand of Nick Waddell (6'7''-C, college: Grand Valley St.), scoring 16 of his 30 points in the first quarter. Kentucky answered in the second, tying the game at 36 with 9:31 left. The Mavericks would extend the lead to eight as Kentucky guard P.J. Couisnard (6'4''-G/F-84, college: Wichita St.) caught fire, hitting five three-pointers on his way to 22 points at the half. Lake Michigan climbed back to within two, 60-58 at halftime and Waddell being held scoreless spending time on the bench with three fouls.
Kentucky opened the third quarter with a 13-6 run and would push their lead to 11 points as the quarter neared its end. Kareem Storey (5'10''-PG-92, college: Morehead St.) dropped two at the line and Waddell scored back to back baskets and the Admirals trailed 88-82. Unlike the past four meetings, the Admirals would not go away. Anthony Spencer (6'6''-G/F, college: Johnson CCC) nailed two three-pointers along with four baskets and a free throw. Waddell continued his assault inside with seven more points. Spencer's three-pointer at 7:45 put the Admirals up 95-94 and the lead went back and forth for the next three minutes. Kentucky was rattled as numerous three-point attempts failed. Spencer hit
another three-pointer then added two more buckets before the Mavericks would score two at the foul line, trailing 104-99. Waddell added four points from the field, Rob Woodson (5'11''-PG, college: Grand Valley St.) and Storey two each from the line to seal the win. Waddell finished with 30 points and 15 rebounds. Spencer had 23 points
followed by Stan Simpson (6'10''-F-90, college: Memphis) (15), Odgra Bobo (6'6''-F-85, college: Oakland CC) (13) and Woodson (11). The Admirals won the board game 55-43 while shooting 47.2 percent from the field and 81 percent at the foul line, hitting 34 of 42. Couisnard scored 30 points for Kentucky and Anthony Jackson (5'11''-PG-85) 15. The Mavericks shot 41.7 percent from the field and 62.2 percent from the line, hitting 23 of 37.
The Admirals await the winner between Rochester and Buffalo on Sunday. The lower seed team will host the first round game April 20 with the higher seed hosting April 23 and April 24 if necessary.

Dave Magley
Rochester RazorSharks move to a new league - 2 Years ago
The Rochester RazorSharks officially announced their move to participate in the new North American Premier Basketball League (NAPB) for the 2018 season at a press conference held on August 2nd, at the Blue Cross Arena. The RazorSharks spent the last decade as part of the Premier Basketball League (PBL), and reigned as league champions for 7 years of their tenure, including four consecutive championships in the last four seasons. Their move from the PBL to the NAPB signals an upgrade in co...   [read more]

Glisson becomes sole owner of the Lake Michigan Admirals once again - 2 Years ago
As of Monday, August 7th, 2017, Chris Glisson will officially be the sole owner of the Lake Michigan Admirals once again. The James family, who had major plans to move the team to Warren, Michigan, had a huge setback when a major investor group decided that they were not going to be able to help this upcoming season. This put the James family in a financial pinch and that's when Glisson and Mr. and Mrs. James had a meeting to decide what the next step was going to be. Glisson made a very...   [read more]

Crouch All-PBL Awards 2017 - 2 Years ago All-PBL 1st Team 2017
Jerice Crouch
Corey Allmond
Bernard Edwards
Gerard DeVaughn
Nicholas Waddell
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