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CBC Championships 2011 - Men Basketball


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 Final Standings
1. US Vir.Isl.
2. Bahamas
3. Jamaica
4. British Vir.
5. Bermudas
6. Antigua
7. Guyana
8. Saint Vinc.
9. Cayman Isl.
 
CBC Championships Standings
Group A
1. US Virg.Isl 3-0
2. Jamaica 2-1
3. Antigua 1-2
4. Guyana 0-3
Group B
1. Bahamas 4-0
2. British Vi. 3-1
3. Bermudas 2-2
4. Saint Vinc. 1-3
5. Cayman Isl. 0-4


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US Virgin Islands win the Gold in Nassau (Photo: caribbeanbasketball.com)

U.S. Virgin Islands National Team 2011
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Raja Bell
Bell
Kevin Sheppard
Sheppard
Walter Hodge
Hodge
Cuthbert Victor
Victor
JaJa Richards
Richards
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Raja Bell 196-F/G-76 Utah Jazz USA
Kevin Sheppard 182-G-79 Azad Iran
Walter Hodge 183-PG-86 Santurce Puerto Rico
Cuthbert Victor 196-F-83 Menorca Spain
JaJa Richards 207-C-75 Fuerza Regia Mexico
Jason Edwin 197-G/F-81 Hurriya Syria
Aaron Brown 195-G-92 Temple USA
Jerome Gumbs 194-F-82 Residence Luxembourg
Ivan Aska 200-F-90 Murray St. USA
Mervyn Clarke 198-G/F-82 Corr.Victoria Mexico
Phil Jones 208-C-85 Brussels USA
Gregory Washington 208-F-84 Hofstra USA

Milton Barnes Head Coach SMU USA
Donald Bough Assistant Voorhees USA
Tevester Anderson Assistant Jackson St. USA
 

Latinbasket.com All-CBC Championships Awards 2011 - Aug 1, 2011

Latinbasket.com All-Tournament 1st Team
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Cuthbert Victor
Victor
Akeem Scott
Scott
Walter Hodge
Hodge
Ryan Reid
Reid
Kleon Penn
Penn
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Best Player: Cuthbert Victor (196-F-83 of U.S. Virgin Islands
Best Guard: Akeem Scott (186-PG-83) of Jamaica
Best Forward: Cuthbert Victor (196-F-83) of U.S. Virgin Islands
Best Center: Kleon Penn (211-C-86) of British Virgin Islands
Best Coach: Milton Barnes of U.S. Virgin Islands

1st Team
PG: Akeem Scott (186-83) of Jamaica
PG: Walter Hodge (183-86) of U.S. Virgin Islands
F: Cuthbert Victor (196-83) of U.S. Virgin Islands
F: Ryan Reid (203-86) of Jamaica
C: Kleon Penn (211-86) of British Virgin Islands

2nd Team
G: Keron McKenzie (193-86) of Guyana
G: Kevin Sheppard (182-79) of U.S. Virgin Islands
G/F: Sullivan Phillips (198-79) of Bermudas
F: Patrick Ewing Jr. (203-84) of Jamaica
F: Jaraun Burrows (203-85) of Bahamas

Honorable Mention
Rashid Cann (183-G-86) of British Virgin Islands
Jean-Rony Cadeau (87) of Bahamas
Randolph Williams (188-G-76) of Saint Vincent
Lezlo McKenzie (G-79) of Saint Vincent
Lennox McCoy (188-G-77) of Antigua
Hodge Julius (201-G-83) of Antigua
Jason Lowe (85) of Bermudas
Ivan Aska (200-F-90) of U.S. Virgin Islands
Kennedy Bass (196-F-81) of British Virgin Islands


US Virgin Islands win the Gold in Nassau - Jul 30, 2011

CBC Championship 2011 in Nassau is over. US Virgin Islands grabbed 91-89 thriller win against Bahamas to win the Gold at this event. Both teams booked a spot for the CentroBasket 2012. US Virgin Islands had great first half ending it with 20-point lead, 53-33. However, Bahamas responded with 19-28 in Q3 and everything was open again. Kevin Sheppard (182-G-79, agency: Paris Global Sports, college: Jacksonville) stepped up for the US Virgin Islands after that to stop Bahamas and together with Cuthbert Victor (196-F-83, college: Murray St.) and Walter Hodge (183-PG-86, college: Florida) helped his team to win the Gold at this event. Sheppard exploded with 28 points and 7 rebounds, while Cuthbert and Hodge had 19 and 18 points respectively. Cuthbert also pulled down 10 rebounds in this meeting.
Third place in Nassau belongs to Jamaica. It was another thriller and Jamaica celebrated 55-54 win against the British Virgin Islands. Thanks to this victory Jamaica won the Bronze at the CBC Championship 2011 and they also booked a ticket for the CentroBasket 2012. British Virgin Islands stay without the medal as they finished as No.4. Jamaica made plus 8 in the first quarter and jumped to 10-point lead until the halftime. British Virgin Islands responded with 10-17 after the breather and teams went to exciting finish. Jamaica was scoreless in the last four minutes of the game, but still thanks to pretty good defense they managed to keep plus one until the end. Garfield Blair (196-G-87) stepped up for Jamaica with 14 points. In the loosing squad, Rashid Cann (183-G-86) delivered 9 pts.

Finals standings
1. US Virgin Islands *
2. Bahamas *
3. Jamaica *
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4. British Virgin Islands
5. Bermuda
6. Antigua
7. Guyana
8. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
9. Cayman Islands

*Qualified for the 2012 CentroBasket


US Virgin Islands and Bahamas to meet in the Finals - Jul 29, 2011

Semifinals

U.S. Virgin Islands - British Virgin Islands
79-73
US Virgin Island advanced to the Big Final of CAC Championship in Nassau. They handed 79-73 loss to British Virgin Islands in the Semifinals, which was played last night. In the other Semis, Bahamas was better than Jamaica 78-75, so US Virgin Islands and Bahamas will fight for the Gold. British Virgin Islands will meet Jamaica in the battle for third place. It is important to mention that US Virgin Islands and Bahamas already booked a ticket for the next CentroBasket and there is one more spot available. Walter Hodge (183-PG-86, college: Florida) stepped up for the winners with 22 points. Kevin Sheppard (182-G-79, agency: Paris Global Sports, college: Jacksonville) had 18 points and 6 assists, while Phillip Michael Jones (208-F/C-85, agency: ARN Sports and Entertainment, college: Charlotte) added 12 points and 10 boards. Rashid Cann (183-G-86) replied with 29 points in defeat. Their second scorer was Kleon Penn (211-C-86, agency: Paris Global Sports, college: McNeese St.) with 19 points (12 rebs), while Kennedy Bass (196-F-81, college: Anderson) stopped to 13 pts. Quarters: 21-15, 19-28, 21-16, 18-14. Saturday is the last day of the competition in Nassau.

Bahamas - Jamaica 78-75 OT
Bahamas grabbed 78-75 thriller win against Jamaica to reach the Big Final of CBC Championship 2011. The host of this event needed an overtime to beat Jamaica last night. They will take on US Virgin Islands for the Gold. Also Bahamas already booked a ticket for the next CentroBasket. Jamaica also has a chance to do it, but they will have to beat British Virgin Islands in the game for third place. Alonzo Hinds (183-G-84, college: Midland CC) was the leading scorer in victory with 14 points. Jean-Rony Cadeau (87) had 13 points and 12 rebounds, while Jaraun Burrows (203-F-85, agency: Warren Sports International, college: IPFW) added 12 pts, plus 14 rebs. In the loosing squad, Akeem Scott (186-PG-83, agency: Interperformances, college: High Point) collected 23 points and 5 rebs. Patrick Ewing Jr. (203-F-84, college: Georgetown) (8 rebs) and Lynford Brown (193-G/F-84) had 16 and 13 points respectively. Quarters: 25-19, 18-8, 15-26, 12-17, 8-5. The championship will end today.
Places 5-8
Antigua - Saint Vincent 82-66
It was the first game of the Classification Round from 5th to 7th place in Nassau. Antigua was too strong for Saint Vincent 82-66 yesterday. It means that Antigua will meet Bermudas in the battle for position No.5. Saint Vincent will take on Guyana for the seventh place. Both games will be played today. Julius Hodge (201-G-83, college: N.Carolina St.) shined for the winners with 21 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists. Mario Davis (198-F/G-80, college: Missouri Western) had 16 points and 5 boards, while Lennox McCoy (188-G-77, agency: Prossin Sports Management, college: Cent.Oklahoma) added 15 pts and 5 rebs. In defeat, Dameon Ottley (89) collected 17 pts and 5 rebs. Their second scorer was Randolph Williams (188-G-76) with 12 pts. Quarters: 19-16, 16-26, 22-13, 25-11.

Bermudas - Guyana 68-58
Bermudas made a first step forward to fifth place at the CBC Championship in Nassau. They handed 68-58 loss to Guyana yesterday. In order to end as No.5 Bermudas will have to beat Antigua. On the other side, Guyana will play against Saint Vincent in the battle for seventh place. Cayman Islands already finished as the last ranked team at this event. Jason Lowe (85) exploded for the winners with 29 points. Sullivan Phillips (198-G/F-79, agency: Interperformances, college: Wash.Adventist) helped with 15 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists. All other players had less than 7 pts. In Guyana, Keron McKenzie (193-G-86, agency: ARN Sports and Entertainment, college: Armstr.Atlantic) delivered 20 points. Royston Siland (C) had 10 pts and 6 boards. Quarters: 6-19, 19-14, 21-20, 22-5. Saturday is the last day of the championship.



Semifinals are set in Nassau - Jul 28, 2011
Group A
U.S. Virgin Islands - Jamaica 86-61
US Virgin Islands are the winners of the Preliminary Group A in Nassau. They closed this phase with 86-61 victory against Jamaica for perfect 3-0 record. US Virgin Islands will meet British Virgin Islands in the Semifinals. Jamaica also reached the next stage, but as No.2 of this pool (2-1 score). They rival in the Semis will be Bahamas. Cuthbert Victor (196-F-83, college: Murray St.) shined for the winners with 25 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Ivan Aska (200-F-90) had 15 points and 5 boards, and Aaron Brown (195-G-92) also helped his team with 15 pts. On the other side, Jamaica got 15 points and 7 rebs from Patrick Ewing Jr. (203-F-84, college: Georgetown) Akeem Scott (186-PG-83, agency: Interperformances, college: High Point) had 13 and Ryan Reid (203-F-86, college: Florida St.) added 12 points, plus 10 rebs. Quarters: 21-22, 23-13, 18-14, 24-12. Championship continues today.

Guyana - Antigua 51-76
Antigua celebrated their first win in Nassau. It was the last game of the Preliminary Round and Antigua outplayed Guyana 76-51 to avoid the last place in Group A. Antigua (1-2) ended as No.3 in this pool, while Guyana is on the bottom winless. Both teams failed to reach the Semifinals and will continue in Classification Round from 5th to 8th place. Lennox McCoy (188-G-77, agency: Prossin Sports Management, college: Cent.Oklahoma) shined for Antigua with 16 points and 5 rebounds. Wayne Walker (76) had 15 points and 11 boards, while Julius Hodge (201-G-83, college: N.Carolina St.) added 15 pts, 8 boards and 6 assists. In the loosing squad, Kerom McKenzie delivered 21 pts. Dwayne Roberts (C) had 12 pts and 6 rebs. Quarters: 12-17, 10-11, 14-25, 15-23. Championship continues today.
Group B
Bermudas - Cayman Islands 54-48
Bermudas celebrated their second win in Nassau. As expected, Bermudas outplayed Cayman Islands 54-48 for 2-2 record in Group B. However, that was not enough for the second place and Bermudas failed to reach the Semifinals. They will continue in Classification Round from 5th to 8th place. Cayman Islands finished as the last ranked team of CBC Championship winless. Jason Lowe (85) collected 18 points and 7 rebounds for Bermudas. Sullivan Phillips (198-G/F-79, agency: Interperformances, college: Wash.Adventist) had 11 points and 5 rebs, while Jahvon Dean Jones (198-F-83) added 8 pts and 11 rebs. Jorge Ebanks (86) responded with 13 points in loss. Their second scorer was Shaad O'Garro (201-F-90, college: Campbellsville) with 10 points. Quarters: 13-23, 10-9, 14-5, 17-11. Championship continues today for Bermudas.

British Virgin Islands - Saint Vincent 71-63
British Virgin Islands managed to beat Saint Vincent 71-63 and to win the second place in Preliminary Group B in Nassau. They made almost perfect 3-1 record and reached Semifinals. There, British Virgin Islands will meet US Virgin Islands. On the other side, Saint Vincent ended as No.4 of this pool with 1-3 score. They will be transferred to Classification Round from 5th to 8th place. Rashid Cann (183-G-86) top-scored for the winners with 21 points. Kennedy Bass (196-F-81, college: Anderson) had 15 points and 7 boards, while Norville Carey added 12 pts. In defeat, Randolph Williams (188-G-76) delivered 23 points. Oral Roberts (201-F/C-74) and Dameon Ottley (89) netted 11 pts each. Quarters 22-13, 14-13, 22-13, 13-24. Semifinals are scheduled for today.



Day Four in Nassau: Bahamas win Group B - Jul 27, 2011
Group A
U.S. Virgin Islands - Guyana 111-51
US Virgin Islands registered second straight win in Nassau. This time they blasted Guyana 111-51 for perfect 2-0 record in Preliminary Group A. Thanks to this win, US Virgin Islands already booked a spot for the Semifinals. They will meet Jamaica today and the winner will end as No.1 of this pool. Guyana dropped to 0-2, same as Antigua. Aaron Brown (195-G-92) shined for the winners with 21 points and 5 rebounds. Ivan Aska (200-F-90) had 18 points and 9 boards, while Jason Edwin (197-G/F-81, college: Kent St.) (11 rebs) and Michael Phillips (195-F-81, college: S.Alabama) (6 rebs) helped with 13 points each. In defeat, Keron McKenzie (193-G-86, agency: ARN Sports and Entertainment, college: Armstr.Atlantic) collected 25 points and 5 rebounds. Ryan Gullen (C) (7 rebs) and Dwayne Roberts (C) (6 rebs) scored 8 points apiece. Quarters: 28-13, 26-21, 34-14, 23-3. Today is the last day of the Preliminary Round in Nassau.
Group B
Saint Vincent - Cayman Islands 72-70
Saint Vincent is still in the race for the Quarterfinals of CBC Championship in Nassau. This is their first victory at this event. Saint Vincent grabbed 72-70 thriller win against Cayman Islands for 1-2 record in Group B. If they want to reach the next stage, Saint Vincent will have to beat British Virgin Islands. Of course, it would be a surprise if Saint Vincent makes it. Cayman Islands stay winless (0-3). They will meet Bermudas today. Randolph Williams (188-G-76) exploded with 29 points and 5 rebounds for the winners. Lezlo McKenzie (G-79) had 19 points and 9 boards, while Dameon Ottley (89) added 10 pts. Jorge Ebanks (185-G-88, college: Daemen) replied with 17 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists in defeat. Samuel O'Garro (196-F/G-88) had 16 and Deandre Simpson (195-G-90, college: SW Oklahoma St.) added 10 pts, plus 11 rebs. Quarters: 16-15, 15-11, 13-20, 28-24.

Bahamas - British Virgin Islands 80-61
Bahamas finished Preliminary Round in Nassau with perfect 4-0 record. This time the host of CBC Championship was too strong for British Virgin Islands 80-61. Of course, Bahamas won the Group B and advanced to Semifinals. They will meet second ranked team of Group A (Jamaica or US Virgin Islands). British Virgin Islands slipped to 2-1, but still have a chance to reach the next stage. They will have to beat Saint Vincent today. Mitchell Johnson (196-F-85, college: Jarvis Christian) was the leading scorer in victory with 14 points. Jamal Douglas (201-F-85, agency: Dynamics Global Management, college: E.Kentucky) had 13 points and 5 boards, and Jaraun Burrows (203-F-85, agency: Warren Sports International, college: IPFW) helped with double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds. In defeat, Randy George (200-F-81, college: Henderson St.) shined with 20 points and 7 rebounds. Kennedy Bass (196-F-81, college: Anderson) (5 rebs, 8 as) and Norville Carey had 10 points each. Quarters: 19-13, 15-15, 29-14, 17-19).



Day Three in Nassau - Jul 26, 2011
Group A
Guyana - Jamaica 43-75
Jamaica registered second straight win in Nassau. They handed 75-43 loss to Guyana jumping to 2-0 record in Preliminary Group A. Thanks to this win, Jamaica already booked a ticket for the Semifinals of CBC Championship. On the other side, Guyana failed in their first appearance at this event (0-1). Garfield Blair (196-G-87) top-scored for the winners with 18 points. Ryan Reid (203-F-86, college: Florida St.) had 10 points and 9 rebounds, while Patrick Ewing Jr. (203-F-84, college: Georgetown) helped with 8 pts in this win. In Guyana, Rodwell Fortune collected 14 points. Their second scorer was Dwayne Roberts (C) with 11 pts. Quarters: 5-21, 19-23, 6-21, 13-10. Jamaica will have a day-off now. Guyana will meet US Virgin Islands.
Group B
Bahamas - Saint Vincent 106-58
Third straight win for Bahamas in Nassau. The host of CBC Championship blasted Saint Vincent 106-58 for perfect 3-0 record in Preliminary Group B. Bahamas already booked a spot for the Semifinals, but it remains to be seen will they advance from the first or second place. Saint Vincent dropped to 0-2. Jaraun Burrows (203-F-85, agency: Warren Sports International, college: IPFW) shined for the winners with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Michael Bain (G/F) scored 18, Jeremy Hutchinson (C-80) had 14 and Torrington Cox (201-F-85, agency: Dynamics Global Management, college: King) helped the hosts with 12 points. In Saint Vincent, Randolph Williams (188-G-76) delivered 18 points. Their second scorer was Lezlo McKenzie (G-79) with 11 pts and he also pulled down 11 rebounds beside that. Quarters: 25-12, 29-19, 23-17, 29-10. In the next game, Bahamas will meet British Virgin Islands. Saint Vincent will play against Cayman Islands.

British Virgin Islands - Bermudas 66-63
Second appearance in Nassau for British Virgin Islands and their second win. This time they outplayed Bermudas 66-63 making a big step forward to Semifinals of CBC Championship. British Virgin Islands jumped to 2-0 and they are currently on the second place in Preliminary Group B. Bermuda slipped to 1-2. Kennedy Bass (196-F-81, college: Anderson) came up with 16 points for the winners. Randy George (200-F-81, college: Henderson St.) scored 14 and Kleon Penn (211-C-86, agency: Paris Global Sports, college: McNeese St.) added five less than him. In the loosing squad, Jason Lowe (85) collected 18 points and 5 rebs. Jahvon Dean Jones (198-F-83) (6 rebs) and Jason Simons (86) scored 14 points each. Quarters: 21-14, 16-19, 13-16, 16-14. Today, British Virgin Islands will play against Bahamas. Bermudas will have a dayoff.


Day Two in Nassau - Jul 25, 2011
Group A
Antigua - U.S. Virgin Islands 73-84
It was first appearance for the US Virgin Islands in Nassau. They handed 84-73 loss to Antigua for 1-0 record in Preliminary Group A. On the other side, Antigua dropped to 0-2. Participants of this pool are also Jamaica and Guyana. Cuthbert Victor (196-F-83, college: Murray St.) stepped up for the winners with double-double of 20 points and 12 rebounds. He reached valuation and was the MVP of this meeting. Ivan Aska (200-F-90) had 18 points and 10 rebs, while Aaron Brown (195-G-92) added 15 points. In defeat, Julius Hodge (201-G-83, college: N.Carolina St.) collected 24 points and 7 rebounds. Lennox McCoy (188-G-77, agency: Prossin Sports Management, college: Cent.Oklahoma) had 19 points and 7 rebs, while Kareem Meade (201-C-87) added 15 pts and 8 rebs. Quarters: 22-18, 15-20, 17-28, 19-18. Both teams will have a day off now.
Group B
Bermudas - Bahamas 41-75
Both teams celebrated in Day One of the CBC championship in Nassau. The host of this event blasted Bermudas 75-41 in the second game jumping to 2-0 record in Group B. Of course, Bermudas dropped to 1-1. Bahamas was way better team during the entire game and had no troubles to register comfortable victory. Alonzo Hinds (183-G-84, college: Midland CC) top-scored for the winners with 12 points. Quentin Hall (174-G-77, college: Gonzaga) (6 rebs) and Jaraun Burrows (203-F-85, agency: Warren Sports International, college: IPFW) helped with 10 points each. In Bermudas, Aaron Jackson (85) and Jason Lowe (85) had 8 points apiece. Quarters: 13-24, 7-16, 11-19, 10-16. Bermudas will meet British Virgin Islands in Day Three. Bahamas will take on Saint Vincent.

Cayman Islands - British Virgin Islands 54-66
British Virgin Islands celebrated in their first appearance in Nassau. They handed 66-54 loss to Cayman Islands for 1-0 record in Preliminary Group B. Cayman Islands failed in Day One as well, so they dropped to 0-2 now. Rashid Cann (183-G-86) was the leading player in victory with 16 points and 6 assists. Kennedy Bass (196-F-81, college: Anderson) had 12 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, while Norville Carey also helped with 12 pts. In defeat, Shaad O'Garro (201-F-90, college: Campbellsville) top-scored with 15 points. Lloyd Samuels (87) had 12 points, and Jerome Narcisse (193-G/F-87, college: SW Oklahoma St.) added 9 points and 7 boards. Quarters: 18-23, 17-7, 6-12, 13-24. In Day Three, British Virgin Islands will meet Bermudas. Cayman Islands will have a day off.


Day One in Nassau - Jul 24, 2011
Group A
Jamaica - Antigua 92-78
Jamaica celebrated in Day One of the CBC championships in Nassau. They handed 92-78 loss to Antigua for 1-0 score in Preliminary Group A. There is one more participant in this pool - US Virgins Islands. Akeem Scott (186-PG-83, agency: Interperformances, college: High Point) was totally the best player in this victory. He spent 34 minutes on the court collecting 33 points and 6 rebounds. Scott reached valuation 35 and of course was the MVP of this meeting. Garfield Blair (196-G-87) had 16 points and 9 rebounds, while Patrick Ewing Jr. (203-F-84, college: Georgetown) helped with 13 points and 6 boards. In the loosing squad, Julius Hodge (201-G-83, college: N.Carolina St.) collected 24 points and 9 rebs. Their second scorer was Lennox McCoy (188-G-77, agency: Prossin Sports Management, college: Cent.Oklahoma) with 22 points. He also grabbed 7 rebounds beside that. Jamaica will have a day-off now. Antigua will meet US Virgin Islands.
Group B
Bahamas - Cayman Islands 94-41
Bahamas exploded in Day One of the CBC championship in Nassau. The host of this event smashed Cayman Islands 94-41 for 1-0 score in Preliminary Group B. Bahamas took control on their rivals from the very beginning and they never looked back. Alonzo Hinds (183-G-84, college: Midland CC) shined with 21 points for the hosts. Torrington Cox (201-F-85, agency: Dynamics Global Management, college: King) had 13, while Mitchell Johnson (196-F-85, college: Jarvis Christian) added two points less. In the loosing squad, Jorge Ebanks (185-G-88, college: Daemen) collected 11 points and 5 rebounds. Samuel O'Garro (196-F/G-88) scored 9 and Shaad O'Garro (201-F-90, college: Campbellsville) added 8 pts. Beside Bahamas and Cayman Islands, participants of Group B are also Bermudas, British Virgin Islands and Saint Vincent. In the second day of the championship, Bahamas will meet Bermudas. Cayman Islands will meet British Virgin Islands.

Bermudas - Saint Vincent 75-56
Bermudas had a joyful Day One of the CBC championship in Nassau. They outplayed Saint Vincent 75-56 for 1-0 record in Preliminary Group B. Participants of the same pool are also British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands and the host Bahamas. Sullivan Phillips (198-G/F-79, agency: Interperformances, college: Wash.Adventist) stepped up for the winners with 18 points and 11 assists. He also grabbed 5 rebounded beside that and reached valuation 22. Jahvon Dean Jones (198-F-83) followed with 16 points and 7 rebounds, while John Lee (82) added 11 pts and 7 rebs. In the loosing squad, Lezlo McKenzie (G-79) was much better than the others. He had 17 points and 12 rebounds for 38 minutes. Dameon Ottley (89) had 12 and Randolph Williams (188-G-76) added 11 pts, plus 7 assists. In the second day of competition, Bermudas will meet Bahamas. Saint Vincent will have a day-off.


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