Julian Sanders (193-G-89, agency: R.H.Consultancy, college: Indiana, PA) scored 36 points leading Lagomar CC to beat Allavena 109-104, after two overtime, to qualify for the Uruguayan League 2nd stage. Maldonado also qualify after beating Wanderers 80-74. A third team wll be the winner for the game Wanderers - Allavena. In the mean time the games for the group Capital for the LUB are still suspended, while the authorities are investigating the incidents among fans from Cordon and Welcome. One woman died during those incidents and two men were injured. The resulkts for the games played in the city of Paysandu were: Maldonado 80 - Paul Crosby (203-C, college: Miss.Valley St.) 22 pts. 12 reb. Ernesto Oglivie (199-F-89) 16 pts. 15 reb. 4 blocks, 4 assists. Wanderers 74 - Aramie Brooks (203-F/C-87, agency: Global Sports Plaza, college: Northwestern St.) 20 pts. 13 reb. 1 block, Timothy Jennings (193-G-83, college: Gardner-Webb) 17 pts. 2 reb. 5 assists - - - Lagomar 109 - Julian Sanders 36 pts. 8 reb. 3 assists, David Butler (203-F-82, college: Embry Riddle) 14 pts. 10 reb. 3 blocks. Allavena 104 - Jerry Echenique (201-C-79, college: High Point) 28 pts. 10 reb. 2 blocks, 10 assists, Jason Arbet (211-F/C-85, college: Oklahoma City) 20 pts. 8 reb.
Jeremis Smith (203-F-86, college: Georgia Tech, agency: Pro Sports) scored 17 points and added 5 assists while Dwayne Curtis (203-C-85, college: Mississippi) finished with a double-double (11 points and 11 rebounds) when Aguada defeated, Hebraica Macabi, the defending champions, 98-87. Aguada is now one of the seven teams leading the Uruguayan League with a 4-2 record. Also for Aguada, Diego Garcia (183-G-92) scored 22 points and added 10 asssists. For Hebraica, Michael Hicks (196-F-76, c... [read more]
Bigua defeated Urunday 90-81 and Larre Borges defeated Malvin 78-67 and the four teams are now leading the Uruguayan league with a 4-2 record. Ricardo Glenn (202-C-90, college: USC Upstate, agency: HMS) was the main scorer for Bigua with 23 points and he added 16 rebounds, while Richard Chaney (196-G-84, college: Troy) added 11 points. For Urunday, Andrew Feeley (206-C-83, college: UMBC) scored 17 points with 8 rebounds, and Mariano Byro (194-G/F-82) added 17 points. For Larre Borges, Ant... [read more]
Johnson comes back to Sonic Boom KT, ex Defensor - 4 days ago
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Sonic Boom KT (KBL) strengthened their roster with addition of 33-year old American forward Jasper Johnson (203-116kg-83, college: Delta State, agency: HMS). It is actually his comeback to Busan as he has played here before. Johnson played most recently at Defensor in Uruguayan LUB league. In 11 games he recorded very impressive stats: 16.5ppg, 6.1rpg, 1.4apg and 1.5spg last season. He helped them to win the regular season and make it to the final. Johnson also played that season for Soni... [read more]
Sonic Boom KT (KBL) strengthened their roster with addition of 33-year old American forward Jasper Johnson (203-116kg-83, college: Delta State, agency: HMS). It is actually his comeback to Busan as he has played here before. Johnson played most recently at Defensor in Uruguayan LUB league. In 11 games he recorded very impressive stats: 16.5ppg, 6.1rpg, 1.4apg and 1.5spg last season. He helped them to win the regular season and make it to the final. Johnson also played that season for Sonic Boom where in 8 KBL games he averaged remarkable 21.9ppg, 7.4rpg, 4.8apg and 1.5spg. The other team Johnson played that season for was Goyang Orions. In 18 KBL games he had 13.7ppg, 5.2rpg, 3.2apg and 1.6spg. Johnson also spent pre-season at Iwate Big Bulls (BJ League) in Japan that year. In 2008 (two years after he left the college) Johnson was drafted by Los Angeles D-Fenders (D-League) in first round (13th overall). He attended Delta State (NCAA Div.II) until 2006 and it will be his eleventh (!!!) season in pro basketball. Among other achievements Johnson received Asia-Basket.com All-Korean KBL Honorable Mention award in 2014. He is a very experienced player. Thanks to Johnson's pro career he managed to play on four different continents (Europe, Asia, Latin America and of course North America) in five different countries. Johnson has played previously professionally in Argentina (Libertad Sunchales and La Union), Brazil (Minas), Israel (Bnei Hasharon), Korea (Samsung Thunders and SK Knights) and D-League (N.Mexico T.).
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