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Old 06-16-2011, 10:58 AM   #17
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Game 3 Maine Red Claws 115 – 110 Springfield Armor






Ewing Jr. and Earl Clark had a monster battle in the post.


Nov 26, 2011 - MNE at SPR

TEAM
1ST
2ND
3RD
4TH
SCORE
Maine Red Claws (2-0)
23
19
36
37
115
Springfield Armor (1-1)
26
30
33
21
110

Maine Red Claws
STARTERS
MIN
FGM-A
3PM-A
FTM-A
REB
AST
STL
BLK
TO
PTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.
34
14-29
2-3
5-11
9
2
1
1
0
35


Red Claws Starters



P. Beverly
A.Ray
D. Nichols
P. Ewing Jr.
E. Curry


Armor Starters

J. McNeal
J. Diebler
D. Brown
E. Clark
C. Hunter


Game Leaders

Pts - 44 - A. Ray (Red Claws)
Rebs - 13 - E. Clark (Armor)
Asts - 13 - P. Beverly (Red Claws)
Stls - 3 - J. Jordan (Red Claws)
Blks - 2 - E. Curry (Red Claws)




Ewing’s Epilogue





“2 words. Allan Ray! Man he lit the Armory up tonight! 44 points! Ably aided by myself, a sweet 35 and 9 performance. I had a great battle with Earl Clark, another guy who really should be in the big league. Patrick Beverly really got us going, 13 points and 13 assists; he is quickly learning how to run this show. Derrick Brown poured in 28, Da’Sean Butler 22 and Jerel Mc Neal 21. They had shooters all over the floor. But ‘Gelly Belly’ Gelabale worked his behind off and eventually stopped them down the stretch. We’re 3-0 and deservedly grabbed our first win against our closest rivals Springfield, MA”









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Old 06-16-2011, 11:11 AM   #18
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Game 4 Maine Red Claws 112 – 97 Springfield Armor



Ewing Jr. puts Derrick Brown in a poster.


Nov 27, 2011 - MNE at SPR
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Maine Red Claws (3-0)33172933112
Springfield Armor (1-2)2121183797
Maine Red Claws
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.324-110-110-138120418





Red Claws Starters
P. Beverly
A.Ray
D. Nichols
P. Ewing Jr.
E. Curry

Armor Starters
J. McNeal
J. Diebler
D. Brown
E. Clark
C. Hunter

Game Leaders
Pts - 24 - D. Nichols (Red Claws)
Rebs - 10 - D. Pittman (Armor)
Asts - 6 - P. Beverly (Red Claws)
Stls - 3 - P. Beverly (Red Claws)
Blks - 2 - D. Brown (Armor)


Ewing’s Epilogue

“I just love posters! Throwing it down over Derrick Brown! On my way to an 18 and 8 performance. We had some great scoring all over the court tonight. Nichols had 24, Gelly Belly had 18, Baby Shaq had 17 and Big Pete Mo had 13. As usual, Jerel and Derrick played well, with 20 and 19 each, but they just couldn’t match our intensity. 112-97 on the paper, but really we owned this game. 4 and 0 baby, and we play the Armor again on Friday!”

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Game 5 Maine Red Claws 114 – 97 Springfield Armor



Ewing Jr. almost had a double-double again, with 18 points and 9 rebounds.


Dec 2, 2011 - MNE at SPR
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Maine Red Claws (4-0)38282523114
Springfield Armor (1-3)2428281797
Maine Red Claws
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.30180-06-69010218



Red Claws Starters
P. Beverly
A. Ray
D. Nichols
P. Ewing Jr.
E. Curry

Armor Starters
J. Mc Neal
J. Diebler
D. Brown
E. Clark
C. Hunter

Game Leaders
Pts - 25 - M. Gelabale (Red Claws)
Rebs - 10 - E. Curry (Red Claws)
Asts - 6 - J. McNeal (Armor)
Stls - 2 - D. Brown (Armor)
Blks - 2 - C. Hunter (Armor)

Ewing’s Epilogue



“Gelly Belly had a storming game with 25 points tonight. He lit the floor up and we threw the fuel on! I notched up 18 points and 9 boards, again missing out on a dub-dub,grr!! Allan Ray could also be charged with arsene, as he shot 7-8 from the floor on his way to 16 points. Baby Shaq had 9pts and 10 boards, yea man, I know the feeling! As usual Derrick Brown and Da’Sean Butler tore it up with 23 and 19 each, but dang, we know how to beat these cats now. 5-0, can we play all of our games in my home state of Massachusetts?!”
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Game 6 Fort Wayne Mad Ants 94 – 95 Maine Red Claws



Ewing Jr. is averaging nearly 20 and 10 every game, this time 20 points and 9 rebounds.

Dec 3, 2011 - FWN at MNE
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Fort Wayne Mad Ants (2-2)2318183594
Maine Red Claws (5-0)2021252995
Maine Red Claws
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.327-161-23-59101220


Mad Ants Starters
W. Solomon
C. Karl
D. Noel
R. Kurz
N. Fazekas

Red Claws Starters
P. Beverly
A. Ray
M. Gelabale
P. Ewing Jr.
E. Curry

Game Leaders
Pts - 20 - P. Ewing Jr.
Rebs - 10 - E. Curry
Asts - 5 - W. Solomon
Stls - 3 - P. Beverly
Blks - 2 - E. Curry

Ewing’s Epilogue



“20 and 9. Can I buy a double-double please? I’m averaging just under 9 boards a game. Got to step my game up on the glass! First home game in almost 2 weeks, and we returned to a packed house. The 3 wins over Springfield have really gotten the fans out in numbers! Baby Shaq was dominant again tonight, with 16 points and 10 boards. We really locked down Kurz and Nick Fazekas under the boards. Allan Ray had the hot hand, connecting on 4 long range 3’s. Will Solomon was the Mad Ant’s main threat, scoring 15 and dishing out 5 assists. 6-0, unbeaten at home and on the road. I bet whoever plays us next is quaking in their boots. Who is it? Springfield Armor you say? Hmmmm. Gentlemen, load your guns…..”
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November / Early December Review



NBA D-League Standings

NBA Standings - Updated: Dec 3, 2011
EAST PLAYOFF RACEWLGB
Red Claws60
Bay Hawks312
Energy432.5
Skyforce333
Mad Ants233.5
Armor144.5
Wizards155.0
WEST PLAYOFF RACEWLGB
Bighorns60
Stampede411.5
Vipers312
66ers322.5
Thunderbirds123.5
Jam244
Flash244
Toros254.5
Legends055.5


Ewing’s Epilogue


"Excellent start to the season for the Red Claws. 6-0 and we really have some momemtum. We really have done a number on our nearest rivals, the Springfield Armor. They fear playing us now, only 6 more meetings this season! I'm quite happy with my numbers over 22 ppg. But what really concerns me is the fact i havent registered a single double-double this season yet. 8.9 rpg just aint gonna cut it. I really got to raise that part of my game this month. Been talking to the Big Oak Tree about this, and he says he'll give me a few tips this week. Eddy Curry and Marcus Landry also going to stay back after practice too"

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Game 7 Springfield Armor 86 – 102 Maine Red Claws



Ewing Jr. gets frustrated. He missed 5/9 from the free throw line.


Dec 5, 2011 - SPR at MNE
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Springfield Armor (1-4)2324142586
Maine Red Claws (6-0)34192425102
Maine Red Claws
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.356-110-04-97320216


Armor Starters
J. McNeal
J. Diebler
D. Butler
E. Clark
D. Pittman

Red Claws Starters
P. Beverly
A. Acker
M. Gelabale
P. Ewing Jr.
P. Morrison

Game Leaders
Pts - 29 - M. Gelabale (Red Claws)
Rebs - 8 - P. Morrison (Red Claws)
Asts - 10 - P. Beverly (Red Claws)
Stls - 5 - P. Beverly (Red Claws)
Blks - 3 - D. Pittman (Armor)

Ewing’s Epilogue



“Mickael Gelabale brought some guns to the game tonight. And no, he was not impersonating Gilbert Arenas! Well maybe the old Agent Zero that goes off for 29 points! Outstanding game from my man. Eddy Curry was strong with 16 and 7; he is just amazing when he gets his groove on. I played well, 15 and 7, but I’ve had much better games this season already. Missed too many free throws. Got to step it up next time out. At least I racked up some assists though. For Springfield, well you’ve guessed it, Derrick Brown (20) and McNeal (17), ably assisted by Da’Sean….You know the score, the Red Claws just shut the door! Again. This time at home. Burning it up, we’re 7 and 0”
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Game 8 Maine Red Claws 98 - 82 Erie Bayhawks


Ewing Jr. had too much space inside all night.

Dec 10, 2011 - MNE at ERE
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Maine Red Claws (7-0)1416343498
Erie Bayhawks (4-1)1722212282
Maine Red Claws
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.3114-291-20-19400129


Red Claws Starters
P. Beverly
A. Ray
M. Gelabale
P. Ewing Jr.
E. Curry

Bayhawks Starters
B. Uzoh
W. Warren
T. Zubcic
J. Boone
J. Collins

Game Leaders
Pts - 29 - P. Ewing Jr. (Red Claws)
Rebs - 9 - P. Ewing Jr. (Red Claws)
Asts - 10 B. Uzoh (Bayhawks)
Stls - 3 - B. Hansbrough (Bayhawks)
Blks - 2 - E. Curry (Red Claws)

Ewing's Epilogue



Another great win tonight, we're now 8-0. Its hard to see a team stopping us when we play at this level. I led all scorers and rebounders tonight with 29 and 9, but again failed to get a double double! Oakley really gave me some great tips last week, especially how to box out effectively. Allan Ray shot really well, scoring 23 tonight. Gelabale started again tonight and scored 14, had 6 rebounds and 3 steals. It really is a ding dong battle between him and Nichols to start every night! Its the competition for places that seems to really be driving us on this season. Tomislav Zubcic and Ben Hansbrough the rookies led the Bayhawks in scoring, with 13 and 12 respectively.

The Bayhawks have just recently been taken over solely by the Knicks. Allan Houston has been appointed GM of the Bayhawks. I noticed him there casting his eye over the game tonight. Hopefully my 29 pt haul has impressed him! We all have noticed some scouts at the games so far this season, namely from the Bucks, Nets, Raptors and Suns. I know we have a great team chemistry going on, but everyone of us would jump at the chance of a 10 day contract!!

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Game 9 Maine Red Claws 86 - 84 Erie Bayhawks



Ewing Jr. finally recorded a double-double.


Dec 11, 2011 - MNE at ERE
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Maine Red Claws (8-0)2621192086
Erie Bayhawks (4-2)2620142484
Maine Red Claws
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Patrick Ewing Jr.367-140-01-211120315


Red Claws Starters
P. Beverly
A. Ray
M. Gelabale
P. Ewing Jr.
E. Curry

Bayhawks Starters
B. Uzoh
W. Warren
T. Zubcic
J. Boone
J. Collins

Game Leaders
Pts - 27 - M. Gelabale (Red Claws)
Rebs - 11 - P. Ewing Jr. (Red Claws)
Asts - 7 - P. Beverly (Red Claws)
Stls - 3 - B. Uzoh (Bayhawks)
Blks - 2 - J. Boone (Bayhawks)

Ewing's Epilogue


"Close fought win tonight. Really stunning shootout between Gelabale with 27 and Zubcic with 31. Really had everyone biting their finger nails all 4th quarter long. Gelly Belly though would come out and hit a buzzer beater in the dying seconds, a long 2 pointer from the corner, his specialty. We clung on by our finger nails but we'll take the victory!" .

"On another note, Double - Double baby! YEA!! It only took 9 games but i finally got one. 15 and 11, a solid performance from yours truly Ewing Jr.!All the extra work is starting to pay off. Hansbrough is starting to play at a high level and helped the Bayhawks keep in touching distance with 15 tonight. Rumors around the arena tonight say he may be signed up by the Knicks pretty soon. Hmm. Dont i wish i was in his boots right now."
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