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 1. GIE Matrix 10-2 
 2. Atlanta LL 5-5 
 3. Southern G. 5-5 
 4. Georgia D. 5-5 
 5. Metro A. Sparks 1-9 
 1. Questlife L. 6-6 
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 4. Cleveland H. 3-9 
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Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Lynette Holmes23.0 
 2 Briana Williams21.0 
 3 Armelie Lumanu19.2 
 4 Hasina Muhammad16.8 
 5 Jheri Booker14.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Carrie Washington14.8 
 2 Hasina Muhammad11.0 
 3 Jheri Booker9.1 
 4 Armelie Lumanu8.8 
 5 Azzie Knox8.0 
Assists Per Game
 1 Toynetta Johnson6.2 
 2 Armelie Lumanu5.2 
 3 Briana Williams4.8 
 4 Kendra Appling4.4 
 5 Azzie Knox4.0 
Steals Per Game
 1 Armelie Lumanu3.0 
 2 Jheri Booker3.0 
 3 Toynetta Johnson2.5 
 4 Briana Williams2.4 
 5 Tiayra Green2.3 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Hasina Muhammad3.3 
 2 Carrie Washington3.0 
 3 Armelie Lumanu2.0 
 4 Jheri Booker1.8 
 5 Azzie Knox1.2 

Legends and Matrix continue winning ways: WUBA results - Jan 23, 2017

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Jheri Booker

Game 1: Lady Legends 80 Metro Atlanta Sparks 43

The Lady Legends continue to roll with a win over the Lady Sparks by the score of 80-43. The Lady Legends were led by Jheri Booker (6'0''-F/G-89, college: Tennessee St.) who scored 20 points. Booker also added 11 rebounds, 5 steals and 5 assists in the win. Jemimah Ashby (5'9''-G/F-91, college: Augustana, SD) and Tiffany Marlow also added 20 plus points for the Lady Legends. The Metro Atlanta Sparks were led by Amaria Brown (6'0''-F) who has 12 points and 8 rebounds in a losing effort.

The Atlanta Legends are now tied for the best record in the WUBA. The will face off with WUBA power Georgia Disciples next week. A victory over the Disciples will prove that these Lady Legends are serious this season.

Game 2: GIE Lady Matrix 84 Lady Generals 43

The GIE Lady Matrix continue to roll with a big win over the Southern Generals. The Lady Matrix were led by point guard Briana Williams (5'7''-G-92, college: Mercer). Williams controlled action from start to finish with a season high 22 points and 10 assists. "Bri played big time tonight", said Coach Barnes. If she continues to play basketball at this level we will contend this summer. Star guard Lynette Holmes (6'0''-G/F-92, college: Langston) continued her dominate scoring with a game high 30 points. Ariel Butts (6'3''-C-93, college: Rutgers, agency: Gamble Sports Management) added 10 points and 18 rebounds. The Lady Matrix had a great balance of scoring but the defense of Tiayra Green (5'10''-G/F-91, college: Clayton St.) on WUBA three time Player of the Year (Lumanu) was the difference. "Green followed the scouting report perfect", said Barnes. Lumanu has been the best player in the WUBA for a long time. She makes them go.

Armelie Lumanu (5'10''-G/F-88, college: Mississippi St.) scored 20 points and pulled down 8 rebounds in a losing effort. The Lady Generals are down to a (0-3) start. Like the Matrix; the Lady Generals have been one of the success factories of the minor leagues. The Generals are missing four of their five starters from professional contracts in Europe. "We always start slow", said Coach Johnson. This give the rookies a chance to prove themselves before the elite players return.

Coach Jared Johnson has won the last three WUBA titles and looks to continue his winning ways this season.   

Since 2012, the WUBA has consistently produced a number of documented FIBA call-ups for USA women players. The WUBA has an extensive body of work which includes some of the leagues top players getting their very first professional overseas contract. Not only that, the WUBA has also revitalized the careers of former NCAA and WNBA Draftees with prior professional history allowing them a number of second wind opportunities to review their overseas careers. WUBA players have received call-u...   [read more]

Former WUBA All-Star Briana Williams powers TG Neuss with 27 points in the Bundesliga playoffs (Germany) - 1 Year ago
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J.D. Barnes
MCC2018: Toulouse, France to host the 2018 Liga Mediterranean Cup - 1 Year ago
Eurobasket News 3/19/2018 Save the Date / 1st to 3rd June: The Mediterranean Cup Of Champions in Toulouse For the first time, the Mediterranean Cup of Champions will stop over in France. After Barcelona for men (May 24 to 28, 2018), Toulouse Metropole Basketetropole Basketball, in collaboration with Trinity United , will organize this international basketball event, female version, in Toulouse, from June 1st to 3rd, 2018, at the Petit Palais des Sports ( Compans). The talent level is l...   [read more]

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