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Monday July 11th Games
Tuesday, 12 July 2016 12:49    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

Monday July 11th 6:30pm

Final Scores:

Atty Deron Freeman 85

Top Players:

Freeman: Tavon Allen 20 points 4 assist (Drexel Alum.) Khalen Cumberland  19 points 4 assist (CCSU)
Camby: Shaun Shelton  31 points 11 rebounds (Dean College) Anthony Jernigan 19 points 7 rebounds (Johnson & Wales Univ)

Monday July 11th  8:15pm

DefJam Hot937ers 136
Harte Nissan

Top Players:

Hot: Nate Gauze 31 points 3 rebounds (Quinippiac)
Mike Myers-Keite 22 point (Monmouth Univ. alum.)

Next Games: wednesday July 11th Atty Ron Johnson's Hoopwave vs. Harte Nissan @ 6:30pm Atty Deron Freeman vs. Atty Sally Roberts Hurricanes @ 8:15pm

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 12 July 2016 12:56 )
Sunday July 10th Games
Monday, 11 July 2016 13:13    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

Sunday July 10th 3pm Final Scores:

DefJam Hot937ers 122
Atty Sally A. Roberts Hurricanes 102

Top Players:

Def Jam/Hot: Nate Gauge 44 points 10 rebounds (Quinnipiac Alum.) Doug Herring 27 points 2 rebounds (Mill Rats, Canadian Pro League)

Hurricanes: Danny Lawhorn 37 points 3 steals (Singapore Pro Team) Mike Anderson 21 points  (NBA D-League)


Sunday July 10th  5pm

Pauly Chute Slamm 136
Harte Nissan

Top Players:

Slamm: Rodney Purvis 37 points 3 rebounds (UCONN) Ken Horton 28 points   7 rebounds (Germany, Euro Pro League)

Harte: PJ Santavenere  22 point 3 rebounds (St. Francis, NY alum.) Mike Myers-Keite 22 point 3 rebounds (Monmouth Univ. alum.)


Sunday July 10th  7pm

Cambyland 128
Eric & Jessica Zachs
Red Squad 97

Top Players:

Camby: Roosevelt Lee 55 points 3 rebounds (ABA All-Star) Anthony Jernigan 22 points 3 assists (Johnson & Wales Univ.)

E&JZ: Austin Carter 21 points 7 rebounds (SCSU)

Next Games: Monday July 11th Atty Deron Freeman vs. Cambyland @ 6:30pm Def Jam Hot937ers   vs. Harte Nissan @ 8:15pm
Last Updated ( Monday, 11 July 2016 13:21 )
Game 1 - Saturday July 9th
Sunday, 10 July 2016 15:26    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

GHPA 2016 BBall Showcase @ SMSA
game 1- 5pm Sat. July 9th

Atty Deron Freeman. 108
Simoniz Top Dogs  105


Eric Anderson 39 pts 9 rebs
Tobin Carberry  21 pts 7 rebs 5 asst


Jordan Dina  36pts
Shane Christe 23pts

game 2 - 7pm Sat. July 9th
Eric & Jessica Zach's Red Squad 126
Atty. Sally Roberts Hurricanes     117
Red Squad
Jalen Adams 43pts 2 asst
Siedrick Lang 23pts 3 asst 3 steals

Mike Anderson 37pts 2 reb 3 asst
Zach Lewis 24pts 3reb


Last Updated ( Sunday, 10 July 2016 15:26 )
Hot 93.7 Forces Winner-Take-All Game In Pro-Am
Friday, 14 August 2015 12:30    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

HARTFORD — The Hot 93.7 basketball team didn't come all the way from the Hudson Valley to go down quietly — at least their coach didn't.

"Sometimes I gotta be the bad guy," Donald Herring Jr. said, "and I don't mind that. I've got to yell anyway, so I might as well be the bad guy."

His team facing elimination and already down 12 points, Herring got animated in the huddles, got in his players' faces, into an occasional shouting match, and he extracted the effort needed for Hot 93.7 to beat Team EbLens 114-110 in Game 2 of the Greater Hartford Pro Am championship series. Hot 83.7 forced a winner-take-all Game 3 on Friday night at the Sport and Science Academy, the starting time probably about 8 p.m., depending on when the teams arrive.

"I can't coach effort," Herring said. "You've either got to have it or you don't."

Read more... Last Updated ( Friday, 14 August 2015 12:33 )
Slamm Can't Help Thinking About Perfect Pro-Am Finish
Thursday, 06 August 2015 15:59    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

HARTFORD — Before his team took the court for the second game of a doubleheader Monday night at Sport & Medical Sciences Academy, Steve Sobel walked down a hallway adjacent to the gym and said, "The dream season continues."

The Pauly Chute Slamm (7-0) are still a ways from doing what no Pro-Am team has done in the event's first 17 seasons — go through through the regular season and playoffs without a loss.

But they moved a step closer Monday with a 117-100 victory over winless Basketball Heads.

"That's the most dangerous type of game, because they have nothing to lose," Sobel said. "We came out and looked like we were asleep. You've got to show your craft and skills against every opponent. But I've got a great group, and there's a lot of contagious energy. I'm having a lot of fun this summer."

Only two teams have finished the regular season undefeated. In 2006, a team called All Axxess, led by Hartford native Jared Jordan, was undefeated heading into the championship series but lost to a team led by Ryan Gomes, now known as Top Dawg Entertainment.

And last season, that same Gomes team, made up mostly of Waterbury and New Haven players, went undefeated through the regular season but lost the opener of the championship series to Hot 93.7 before winning the next two games for a second consecutive championship.

Now the Slamm, who close the regular season Wednesday against The Big Picture, are at the end of one run and the beginning of a playoff journey.


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