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LNB Standings
Group 1
 1. Indios SFM 11-6 
 2. Reales LV 10-7 
 3. Metros STGO 8-10 
Group 2
 1. Soles SD 10-8 
 2. Leones SD 9-9 
 3. Caneros Del Este 7-9 
 4. Titanes Licey 6-12 
Full Standings
Santiago Standings
Places 1-4
 1 Cupes 4-2 
 2 GUG 3-3 
 3 Sameji 3-3 
 4 Plaza 2-4 
Places 5-6
 1 CDP 3-7 
 2 Pueblo Nuevo 3-7 
Stage One Standings
Full Standings
La Vega League Standings
 1. Parque Hostos 5-2 
 2. Enriquillo 4-4 
 3. Dosa 3-3 
 4. Mattica 3-3 
 5. La Villa 2-4 
TBS Standings
Group A
 1. Rafael Barias 6-4 
 2. El Million 6-4 
 3. Huellas Del Siglo 4-6 
 4. Bameso 2-8 
Group B
 1. Mauricio Baez 8-2 
 2. San Carlos 7-3 
 3. San Lazaro 5-5 
 4. Los Prados 2-8 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Paris BASS
  Avg: 27.1
 1. P.Bass Titanes27.1 
 2. G.Suero Indios S24.6 
 3. V.Liz Metros S21.9 
 4. J.Moore Metros S21.2 
 5. M.Rhett Leones SD17.5 
 6. C.Fells Soles SD17.2 
 7. J.Suero Indios S17.1 
 8. T.Woodbury Titanes17.0 
 9. J.Johnson-Coston Titanes16.8 
 10. R.Galloway Leones S16.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jhonatan ARAUJO
  Avg: 11.4
 1. J.Araujo Caneros11.4 
 2. B.Dawson Caneros10.5 
 3. B.Williams Titanes10.4 
 4. M.Olivares Caneros9.8 
 5. A.Johnson Soles SD9.3 
 6. E.Vargas Metros S9.3 
 7. P.Bass Titanes8.3 
 8. J.Guerrero Leones S8.1 
 9. M.Rhett Leones SD7.7 
 10. K.Gray Soles SD7.1 
Assists Per Game
 Juan Miguel SUERO
  Indios S
  Avg: 5.9
 1. J.Suero Indios S5.9 
 2. G.Rice-Jr Reales L4.8 
 3. J.Soliman Caneros4.7 
 4. J.Coronado Reales L4.6 
 5. J.Corporan Leones S4.5 
 6. A.De-Leon Metros S4.5 
 7. G.Solano Reales LV4.2 
 8. J.Valdez Soles SD4.0 
 9. R.Galloway Leones S3.9 
 10. K.Appling Caneros3.8 
Steals Per Game
 Jaison VALDEZ
  Soles SD
  Avg: 2.9
 1. J.Valdez Soles SD2.9 
 2. M.Olivares Caneros2.0 
 3. V.Liz Metros S1.6 
 4. G.Solano Reales LV1.5 
 5. R.Mendoza Reales L1.5 
 6. R.Bautista Titanes1.5 
 7. P.Bass Titanes1.4 
 8. J.Corporan Leones S1.4 
 9. J.Suero Indios S1.4 
 10. J.Coronado Reales L1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Darian TOWNES
  Reales LV
  Avg: 2
 1. D.Townes Reales LV2.0 
 2. M.Sutton Leones SD1.9 
 3. M.Olivares Caneros1.5 
 4. J.Guerrero Leones S1.5 
 5. D.Riley Indios S1.5 
 6. E.Vargas Metros S1.4 
 7. B.Dawson Caneros1.3 
 8. E.Santana Indios S1.1 
 9. P.Bass Titanes1.0 
 10. K.Gray Soles SD1.0 
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Correcaminos de Colon's Terrence Shannon making age a timeless number - Nov 7, 2018

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PANAMA-LPB. - Terrence Shannon (203-F-79, college: Elgin CC) speaks to Basketball Insiders about his unconventional path to the NBA, NBA G-League and International stardom.

The 38-year-old, who now is in Correcaminos de Colon' starting lineup, is currently averaging an impressive 16.0 points, 9.1 rebounds on 52.00% shooting from the field. In just 14 games to start the 2018-2019 season Shannon has recorded 8 double doubles. His top performance came last week versus Tores. Shannon recorded a game high 28 points while pulling down 15 rebounds in a 83-70 victory.

It would seem that international star Terrence Shannon has always been in the spotlight; but this would be the furthest thing from the truth.

A player's path to the pros usually follows the same formula: A star in high school, a strong college career, and then eventually being selected in the NBA Draft. However, there are times when a player's path is more unconventional. In the case of Terrence Shannon, he definitely took the path less traveled.

He attended Thornwood High School in South Holland IL, where he was named All-league selection. He finished his senior year in 1997 putting up 18.0 points per game and 11.5 rebounds per game.

He played a year at Elgin Community College, where he was one of the top players in the country. Shannon would decide to leave school and make the big push for the pros.

'It was always a dream of mine, it's also why I left school that I started at,' Shannon told Basketball Insiders. 'I had bigger dreams of playing professional and potentially the NBA. So that was a dream of mine. I never thought the journey would go like this but it is how it is.'

Shannon would be drafted by the CBA and minor league power USBL in 2001. His best season in the minors came with the Brevard Blue Ducks (NBA affiliate of the Memphis Grizzlies). He would go on to average a team high 15 points and 8 rebounds. Shannon would grab the attention of NBA scouts in just two short seasons in the minors. The summer of 2002 Shannon received the call from the Memphis Grizzlies to join the Rocky Mountain Revue in Vegas. He would shock the world by averaging an impressive 11 points and 6 rebounds in 7 games. The Grizzles would then send the young forward to the Roanoke Dazzle of the NBA Gleague. In 50 games Shannon averaged 14.7 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2 blocks. He would later be named All-NBA GLeague Team.

For the next two years Shannon would spend his professional experience with the NBA G-League affiliates. His strong play in the G-League was what caught the Detroit Pistons' attention, enough to give him a of 10-day contracts offer, and then one for the rest of the season.

'It was a perfect spot to start up my professional career The G-League is a place to develop your game, and I think I developed a lot,' Shannon told Basketball Insiders. 'I learned a lot about the game, and I think it was a good place for me to start just out of a small college.'

Although he made a strong impression on the Detroit Pistons, Shannon found out that nothing is ever guaranteed in the NBA. Due to a roster crunch when the team drafted Cinncy star Jason Maxiell over the summer, the Detroit Pistons ended up cutting him. He didn't stay unemployed for long though. Before he had a chance to hit the open market, the next stop would be the world.

Shannon would then sign his first international contract but not the last. Over the next 14 seasons Terrence Shannon would play in 16 countries including China, Korea, Japan, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Lebanon, Israel, Spain, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Panama, Iran, Mexico, Chile, Uruguay and UAE. He has a career average of 21 points and 9.8 rebounds over the 15 year career. He won seven scoring titles, four time MVP and five championships. His best season would come in 2008 for Inchon ET Land Black Slamer of South Korea. In 65 games Shannon averaged a league best 27.2ppg, 10.5rpg, 3.8apg, 2FGP: 56.0%, 3PT: 36.0%, FT: 71.0%. He would go on to be named All KBL Player of the Year.

With all the experience and great numbers; the most impressive thing about Terrence Shannon is his Vince Carter like athleticism. Shannon is by far the fan favorite in any country he appears in. NBA combine listed his vertical leap at 41 inches. Now at 38, Shannon still has the same exact leaping ability which wows the general mangers and players across the globe.

Below you can find a list of all the international awards Terrence Shannon has won over his 17 years professional career.

All-NBA Gleague Team -03, 04, 05
NBA Gleague Champion -05 All-Venezuelan LPB 2nd Team -05
Dominican Rep. LIDOBA Champion -05
Puerto Rican BSN All-Star Game -07, 10 All-Korean KBL 2nd Team -08 Korean KBL All-Imports Team -08
Korean Basketball League MVP -08
Korean KBL All-Star Game -09 (Slam Dunk Contest Champion)
Puerto Rican BSN Regular Season Champion -10, 11 All-Puerto Rican BSN Player of the Year -10 All-Puerto Rican BSN Forward of the Year -10 All-Puerto Rican BSN Import Player of the Year -10 All-Puerto Rican BSN 1st Team -10 Puerto Rican BSN All-Imports Team -10
PMA Basketball All-Lebanese League 1st Team -11
PMA Basketball Lebanese League All-Imports Team -11 All-Puerto Rican BSN Team -11
Puerto Rican Manuel Zeno Gandia Cup Winner -15
Puerto Rican BSN Champion -15
Mitchell Americas Cup Winner -17 All-Mitchell Americas Cup Best Forward -17 All-Mitchell Americas Cup 1st Team -17
Dominican Rep. Santiago League Champion -17 All-Dominican Rep. LNB 2nd Team -17 All-Chilean Liga Nacional Team -18   

Santiago League Round 2 of Finals. Cupes celebrate first win - 1 day ago
GUG - Cupes 89-104 Cupes fired past CUG to even the championship series. Cupes made 16-of-21 free shots (76.2 percent) during the game. Cupes had a 35-23 advantage in offensive rebounds. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 24 assists. Great defensive blocking was one of the keys in this match when Cupes made 9 blocks. The best player for the winners was point guard Juan-Miguel Suero (198-93) who scored 25 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists. Point guard Jaison Valdez (188-9...   [read more]

Santiago League Round 1 of Finals. CUG take the lead - 3 days ago
Cupes - GUG 105-107 CUG outscored Cupes to take the lead in Santiago Finals. GUG trailed by 2 points after three quarters before their 34-30 charge, which allowed them to win the game. They made 16-of-20 free shots (80.0 percent) during the game. GUG looked well-organized offensively handing out 24 assists. Forward Juan Guerrero (201-93) fired 41 points (!!!), 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals for the winners. Forward Alejandro Liriano (197-81) chipped in 24 points. Point guard Jaison...   [read more]

Goods comes back to Cholet - 4 days ago
ANTHONY GOODS Cholet Basket (Jeep ELITE ProA) inked 31-year old American (has also Dominican passport) guard Anthony Goods (190-91kg-87, college: Stanford, agency: Pensack Sports). It is actually his comeback to Cholet Basket as he has played here before. Goods started the season at Sluc Nancy Basket Pro in the ProB. In 12 games he recorded 12.9ppg, 1.8rpg and 2.4apg this season. Good year as he was selected League Player of the Week. The last season Goods played at Poitiers (also in Pr...   [read more]

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Dominican Rep. Santiago League round 6 (Second Stage) best performance: Juan Guerrero - 5 days ago  
Santiago League Round 6 of Second Stage - 6 days ago  
Suero's double-double lands him Santiago League (Second Stage) Player of the Week award - 9 days ago  
Santiago League Round 4 of Second Stage - 10 days ago  
Juan Guerrero claims Dominican Rep. Santiago League weekly honour - 11 days ago  
Santiago League Round 3 of Second Stage - 12 days ago  
Shawn Taggart (ex Metros STGO) agreed terms with Al Wakrah - 12 days ago  
Dominican Rep. Santiago League round 2 (Second Stage) best performance: Jaison Valdez (by Interperformances) - 14 days ago  
Santiago League Round 2 (Second Stage): Cupes lose to Sameji - 15 days ago  
Suero's 23 points and 9 rebounds give him Santiago League Player of the Week award - 15 days ago  
Santiago League Round 1 (Second Stage): Cupes defeat GUG - 16 days ago  
Santiago League Round 15: Cupes edge Pueblo Nuevo by two points - 18 days ago  
Dominican Rep. Santiago League round 14 best performance: Bryant Mendez - 21 days ago  
Santiago League Round 14: Plaza loses to Sameji in the game between Top 4 teams - 22 days ago  
Johnson's double-double lands him Santiago League Player of the Week award - 23 days ago  
Santiago League Round 13: GUG beats Pueblo Nuevo by one after a very close game - 24 days ago  
Dominican Republic National Team 2019 - 30 days ago  
Robert Glenn claims Dominican Rep. Santiago League Interperformances weekly honour - 1 month ago  
Rhett left Obras Basket - 1 month ago  
Santiago League Round 11: Sameji beats Pueblo Nuevo in the most crucial game of the week - 1 month ago  
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