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National League Playoffs tips off Aug 5 - Jul 27, 2016


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ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - The playoffs in the National Basketball League are all set to begin on Friday August 5, 2016 in the Multi-Purpose Sports Complex in Road Town, following the conclusion of the regular season last week.
In the Playoffs, action starts in the Junior division with Mad Mix against And One and then the Stingers take on Another Level. Game 2 and Game 3 are scheduled for Saturday July 30 and Sunday July 31, 2016.

In the Senior Division, the Kings face All Ah Wee in game 1 on Friday and game 2 takes place on Saturday before Legs play the Skulls, with game 2 scheduled for Sunday August 7, 2016.

If necessary, all playoffs will have deciding games on Wednesday August 10, 2016.

Results from last round of Regular Season games

Law and Order beat Krown Heights 65-64, with Al Leonard scoring 15 points and 12 rebounds. Dreston Ciaton added 12 and Timron Mickie 11, whilst for the Heights, Tyreses Maduro had 20 points, William Bridgewater 19 with 13 rebounds and Kahleel Anthony picked off 17 rebounds.

The Legs beat the Spartans 119-58, with 28 points from Ryan Alfred, 25 from Kennedy H. Bass, 22 from Dione M. Blyden and 21 from Franklyn L. Penn, who also picked up 9 rebounds and 10 assists.

The Spartans beat Law and Order 80-44, with Rakeem Turnbull notching 19 points, Ronald Antoine 17 and Jamal Turnbull 15.

All Ah Wee beat the Skulls 78-72, with Nathaniel 'Nat' Malone notching 22 points, Steve E. Parillon 12 and Author Titley 11. The Skulls were led by 21 points from Glenal Layne, who also picked off 11 rebounds and 20 points from Bodean Samuel.

Zero Tolerance beat Law and Order 91-71, the Rams knocked off the Eagles 63-50, with Mahkayla Pickering scoring 21 points, Claury Scatliffe 18 and Keithreece Smith 16. For the Eagles, Gertrude Thomas top scoring with 21 points and Briana Brewley added 12.

In the final game before heading into the Post Season, the Legs had a forfeit win over the Skulls.

The Championship series will begin August 12, 2016 and will be completed by August 19, 2016 at the latest, which is the day before the scheduled start of the Hon Julian Fraser/Save the Seed League.   




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