February 22nd, 2012 03:59 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News.
Over the past several seasons much has been made about the size of the Wizards front line. Opponents have often walked into the Wizards gym and had to look up at their dominating front line(s). This season it is not unusual for the Wizards to start a line-up ...Continue Reading
Solid guard play, led by Trey Sharpe’s 35 points, allowed the Horizon to break through for their first win of the season, 112 to 104 over the Washington Madness. The return of Jamal Palmer (former Horizon player and coach) added the floor leadership that the Horizon had been lacking. Clicking on ...Continue Reading
Many teams facing-off against the Wizards are immediately impressed with their size. Brandon Lawley is 6'7", Jermain Abraham is 6'7", Levy Mwanza is 6'8", Tim Zephyr is 6'9", Brian Faustin is 6'9", and Dele Coker is 6'10"! This large and athletic front line has virtually established a no-fly zone around ...Continue Reading
Three EBA teams were involved in back-to-back play this past weekend – all with different results. Hudson Valley Hype recorded two wins, Winchester Storm split and Harrisburg Horizon lost twice. Hudson Valley was on the road for both weekend games. They completely dominated an out-manned NYC Jaguars squad 158 to 65. ...Continue Reading
February 10th, 2012 04:12 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News.
Over a two-day span beginning Friday, February 3, 2012 in Long Island, NY, four New York Wizards/North Jersey Pros players established a presence in two different leagues which earned their respective teams two wins in two days in both New York and New Jersey! On Friday evening February 3, 2012 ...Continue Reading
February 6th, 2012 06:50 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News.
The Hudson Valley Hype head into the remainder of the season this weekend playing every Saturday until the end of March and inevitably into the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. “I have tirelessly spent the last 6 months putting together Hype Business Enterprises, professional staff and ...Continue Reading
The EBA Champion Metropolitan All-Stars won a very exciting game against a very determined Winchester Storm team 116 – 106 in overtime. Calvin Brown led the All-Stars with 30 points, 14 rebounds and 3 blocks. Terrance Carter continued his personal vendetta for not making the EBA All Star Team last ...Continue Reading
It was a like watching two different halves! The Wizards went into the locker room at halftime with a very narrow 40-37 lead. But outscored the Jaguars 71-34 in the second half. "The Jags ran a solid zone on us the first half, and it took us a ...Continue Reading
February 3rd, 2012 05:58 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News.
Would the old ABA work together with the NBA? Would footballs old AFL work with the NFL? How about hockey's AFL working with the NHL? The answer to all those questions is and was no! This is why the Wizards & Pros arrangement is so unusual. ...Continue Reading
The NoVa Hawks (1-2) came to town and pinned a second loss on the Horizon (0-2) 106- 100. The experience of the NoVa Hawks was evident from the start as they dominated a young but competitive Harrisburg squad. Down 46-40 at halftime, the Horizon team fought to no avail to ...Continue Reading