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Premier Division Standings
 1. Bucks 0-0 
 2. Cayon Lions 0-0 
 3. Cotton Ground 0-0 
 4. Exodus 0-0 
 5. Fig Tree 0-0 
 6. Hitters 0-0 
 7. Legends 0-0 
 8. Pjs 0-0 
 9. Tuff Knots 0-0 
 10. Wolfpack 0-0 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Warner, Fig Tree19.3 
 2 Na.Maynard, StP18.7 
 3 Webbe, C.Grnd16.7 
 4 Revan, Hitters16.3 
 5 Browne, G.Rts16.3 
 5 Powell, St.P.16.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Na.Maynard, StP16.3 
 2 K.Hicks, G.Rts12.7 
 3 Wattley, Cayon12.7 
 4 Hyliger, Chapp.12.0 
 5 Whyte, Cayon11.7 
Assists Per Game
 1 Hodge, Chapp.6.3 
 2 Gaton, Fig Tree6.3 
 3 Powell, Hitters3.7 
 4 Powell, St.P.3.6 
 5 Browne, G.Roots3.3 
Steals Per Game
 1 Wilkin, Fig Tree6.3 
 2 Gaton, Fig Tree4.3 
 3 Browne, G.Roots4.3 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Na.Maynard, StP4.0 
 2 Hyliger, Chapp.2.5 
 3 V.Hicks, G.Roots2.0 


St. Pauls and Blue Devils leads the way at SKABA mid-season - Aug 24, 2010

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The LIME SKABA League has just passed its mid-season point and the association has released the points standings . Leading the way in the SKABA Premier division is the St.Pauls Tuff Knots who at the time of the released standings have lost just one game for the entire season. The Tuff Knots have benefitted significantly from the return of Nashorn Maynard (196-F-86) who has played exceptionally well since his return from Alaska where he plays college basketball with the University of Alaska Nanooks. Nash is one of the leagues top scorers and rebounders and is easily one of the leagues elite players. The Tuff Knots also feature Javid Williams and Noren Maynard both of whom have recently earned themselves scholarships to US Colleges.
Close on the heels of the Tuff Knots are the Joseph Parry sponsored Cotton Ground Rebels who have lost just 2 games for the season. The rebels are enjoying their best season since being promoted to the Premier division in 2006. Defending Champions Horsfords Ghetto Roots are holding on to the 3rd position having lost 3 games . 2 games to the two top teams and a surprise loss to the last placed Ghaut Bucs. Ghetto Roots has improved defensively but the team is still trying to adjust to the inclusion of former national players Kiethley Hicks and Lyle Dixie Duggins. The team might suffer a bit with the possible loss of Rymal Bally Browne who is expected to be leaving shortly for the US on a scholarship as well as Levi ByBy Fyfeild who may maybe out for the season with a knee injury. Rams Hitters are in the 4th spot with 4 losses for the season. The Hitters are no longer the giants of SKABA but they are still one of the most dangerous teams in the league. Although they have lost 4 games already for the season no team in the league will want to face them in the first round of the playoffs. The team has suffered from the 2 year suspension of guard Ansel Revan . The Hitters still relies heavily on SKABA Legend Trevor Marty Huggins who has been playing basketball in SKABA for more years than at least half the players in the league has been alive. In other words Marty has been playing SKABA basketball before half the players in the league were born. Despite his age Marty remains the leagues best shooter and one of the most potent scorers. Hitters success has been weighed heavily on the shoulders of the veterans Marty along with Shawn Shabba Forbes who remains one of the leagues top forwards.
2006 champions Fig Tree are holding on to the 5th spot. The team boasts college stand-out Kemo Shasta Duncan and prolific scoring forward Delvin Warner and despite the potency of the two the team has been unable to beat any of the top 4 teams with any sort of consistency.
The Cayon Lions are as usual the ultimate under-acheivers in SKABA. The team boasts a plethora of young talented players including Dave Zenga Pondt, Giron Browne and the talented veteran player, captain,coach and sponsor Tyrone Ty Olooughlin. However despite the tremendous talent the team has never been able to be real contenders. They have had a history of beating the big teams and losing to the so called small teams. Their inconsistency baffles the brains of the most ardent basketball pundit. They are currently 7th in the SKABA standings.
The other 2 places in the standings are the Shawn K. Richards Sandy Point Chappurtin and the newly promoted Ghaut Bucs. Bucs had a huge upset victory over the Ghetto Roots early in the season but have been unable to return to win a game since. The Chappurtin have been plagued by player discipline and as a result the team has been seriously hampered as key players including Javal Hodge and Sheno Liddie have served at least 4 games on suspension at various times during the season.
Leading the way in the A division is the Blue Devils along with the Horsfords Rootsie and the Tickers. The Blue Devils and Tickers has suffered just 2 losses while the Rootsie has suffered 3 losses. However the Rootsie has defeated Tickers in their only encounter for the season. Rounding up the top 5 in the division are the Rockers X1 who returned to the league after a number of years absence while the Quakers are holding on to the 5th place position.
The Lady Blue Devils have been dominating the Female division having won all of their games for the season thus far. Former champions Cayon Lionesses are in 2nd position while the Horsfords Lady Roots are in 3rd.

Florida State freshman phenom Jonathan Isaac wants to change FSU basketball's culture - 2 months ago
Florida State freshman phenom Jonathan Isaac wants to change FSU basketball's culture Jonathan Isaac talked about the change he wants to make to the culture of Florida State Men's basketball by Andrew Miller@Andrew_Miller36 When freshman forward Jonathan Isaac made his commitment to Florida State in July of 2015, FSU knew what kind of player it was receiving. However, through 15 games played, things may be going better than expected. Just one year removed from being the No   [read more]

Kraidon Woods (ex Ura Basket) agreed terms with Olimpi - 2 months ago
Olimpi Tbilisi (Superleague) strengthened their roster with addition of 29-year old St.Kitts power forward Kraidon Woods (205-88, college: Drake). He played most recently at Ura Basket in Finnish 1st Division. In 18 games he recorded 12.4ppg, 9.2rpg, 2.0apg and 1.8bpg last season. Great year indeed as he was voted to Finnish 1st Division Division B All-Imports Team and 2nd Team. Woods also played that season for BC Nokia (Korisliiga) in Finnish league. But in two games he d...   [read more]

Kittitian National Team 2017 - 2 months ago
1 Taslin Hodge
2 Javal Hodge 180-G-88 Exodus
3 Clayton Powell 180-G Uprisers
5 Steven Powell 188-G Texas-PB
6 Ansel Revan 186-G-83 Hitters
7 Chavez Belboda
8 Tomboro ...  
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