The 2013 EBA All-Stars were announced today. League champion, N.Y. Wizards and runner-up Harrisburg Horizon, along with third place Washington Madness each had two players garner end of the season honors. N.Y. Wizards placed Aubin Scott and Anthony Cox on the team. Scott ended the season with an 18.0 scoring ...Continue Reading
Harrisburg Horizon (5-2) closed out their home season with a thrilling 131-127 overtime win over the Washington Madness (3-2). Dustin Salisbery (G. Temple) playing his first game for the Horizon started fast with 11 of his team high 23 points in the first quarter. Horizon had 7 of it's nine players ...Continue Reading
March 21st, 2013 05:40 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News, Features, Team News.
Washington Madness defeat Westchester Dutchmen 133-130 Two of the EBA’s talented franchises battled to a memorable 3-point victory by the Madness. The bombs were flying as each team connected from long range. Washington Madness had 10 three pointers - Deontray Twyman (G 6’1 Quinnipiac Univ. 23 pts. 7 asst. 4 treys), ...Continue Reading
May 7th, 2012 04:38 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News, Features.
US Basket, the nationally known basketball website, has announced its end of the year American awards. Nick Carter of the Hudson Valley Hype and Chris Matthews of the Washington Madness have earned Honorable Mention for the 2012 All-USA TEAM. That’s a big accomplishment considering this is for the entire ...Continue Reading
Nick Carter, Hudson Valley Hype guard, and Chris Matthews, Washington Madness guard, will share MVP honors for the 2012 EBA season. Carter led his team to the EBA Championship posting a regular season average of 24.9 ppg that included two 36-point games. He capped off his season with two outstanding performances ...Continue Reading
The Winchester Storm and Harrisburg Horizon each recorded upset wins this weekend to tighten the EBA standings. The Storm upended the Washington Madness 119 to 104 and the Horizon knocked-off the Southern division #1 seed Metropolitan All-Stars 96 to 93. Metro's (8-2) loss made the Hudson Valley Hype (9-1) the #1 seed ...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
EBA’s two powerhouse teams in the Washington, DC area went at each other in home and home contests highlighting a banner league weekend. The Metropolitan All-Stars drew first blood be defeating the Washington Madness, 119 to 114 in overtime, Saturday night on the Madness court. Less than 24 hours later, they ...Continue Reading
After travelling to Hudson Valley last Saturday (January 14), and losing a hard-fought battle 125 to 102, the madness rebounded with a convincing 124 to 106 victory over the NoVa Hawks. On the way to his game-high 34 points, Jamar Baurd (Mountain State) popped in five from the 3-point line. Dokun ...Continue Reading
On a night when the stars were all indoors in the Hudson Valley the Hype made a statement against the Southern Division powerhouse Washington Madness. With a legendary coaching staff consisting of James Ryans and Wes Mathews Sr. The Hype jumped out to an early ten point lead and never ...Continue Reading