2016 FBA Season/16.01.05

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Tuesday, January 5
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Alaska Arctics @ Edmonton Totems

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Arctics 29 23 27 25 104
Totems 25 30 25 28 108
Boxscore

   

Officials: Tiberius Crawford #25, Diego Romero #3, Dimitra Kyriakov #34
Arena: Bete Noir Pavilion - Edmonton, AB

Player of the Game: Lenny Hicks (Coydog, F) - 29 pts, 10 reb, 2 blk

   

 Lenny Hicks

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Dakota Bikers @ Hawaii Kahunas

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Bikers 26 24 23 20 93
Kahunas 22 26 24 28 100
Boxscore

   

Officials: Syed Nahle #29, Kendrick Manson #32, Ralph Gayle #35
Arena: E Komo Mai Arena - Honolulu, HI

Player of the Game: Julian Cross-Kiraly (Saluki, G) - 28 pts, 1 ast, 2 stl

   

 Julian Cross-Kiraly

And the Hawaii steamroller just doesn't seem to end.

Even after the very publicized league affair Dylan Redfield (Red Deer, F) had, which had put him off commission for several games, the top team of the Plains division was still a force to be reckoned with, and it was its turn against the current top dogs from the remote islands. While the great prowess of Scoonie Barrett (Otter, F/C) and the defensive skills of Zack Tate (Zorilla, C) dominated the headlines, the turn of strategies tonight was pretty unforeseen, as the teams shown that potential wasn't an exclusive quality within the team.

As the first quarter progressed, the visitors seemed to trail up towards the win, with stellar debuts of Fenruss Brylee (Black Wolf, F/C) and revelation talent Matthew Silvius (Long-Tailed Weasel, G) managing to snatch the lead. But just as things were looking up, the worst case scenario loomed over: After a bad landing after a rebound, Ryan Malone (Kangaroo, G) went down, clutching his big left footpaw in pain, ruling him out of continuing the game. As the Bikers went in crisis mode, the bulb went lit in a certain Julian Cross-Kiraly (Saluki, G)'s mind. As Barrett recapped in a post-game interview, what the canine said to him in half-time was few in words, but loaded with conviction: "I saw gaps, keep passing."

What followed was insanity: After two successful shots in succession by Cross-Kiraly, the team clicked and kept feeding their shooting guard; those faraway shots kept coming and coming, some connecting, some straight up blocked by Brylee. And while Catherine DeMille (Palm Cockatoo, G) managed to swipe the ball twice from the painted otter's oily paws, the islander cohesion struck, with their Forward and Center power focusing on defending their own basket, while the sophomore French guard kept the scoreboard lit. The real bone-chilling, crowd-crazing moment of the match was the last second steal the saluki made against Charles Burgh (Polar Bear, C), dashing to the empty Dakotan half for a flawless three just before the third quarter ended, to the delight and cheers of the arena.

Silvius and Brylee tried their hardest to recover that first advantage, but as JCK kept with the threes, Tate kept blocking and Barrett closing with a logo-flashing signature dunk with the aid of Alphonse Norwich IV (Street Rat, F), the team was content in closing with a win before flying to the mainland in hopes of keeping their beast streak up. While the Bikers still show they still had quality plays, the absence of Malone will no doubt affect them in the longrun.

There was no doubt who was the celebrated player today, as reporters flocked in on tonight's Player of the Game. "I'm still digesting it all!" he jested. "But one thing's for certain, this game isn't mine, this is of all of us. I guess tonight was the best night to show my game drive and professionalism, be the best for my team and..." he pointed at the scorebox up high, showing his name. "That's what I did." he closed, panting his signature split tongue.

The islanders start another journey to the mainland against the Texas Lone Stars, while the plains team try to gather up their mojo as they take on the San Jose Thrust. One thing is for certain after today: The Kahunas sure went all their way in bid them a bon voyage.

~Z. Donovan


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Las Vegas Wildcards @ Santa Ana Spectrums

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Wildcards 27 18 26 25 96
Spectrums 23 29 25 24 101
Boxscore

   

Officials: Chris O'Meara Ford #20, Lawrence Law #1, Jeremiah Waller #10
Arena: The Prism Palace - Santa Ana, CA

Player of the Game: L.V. McDyess (Black Panther, G) - 24 pts, 4 reb, 3 ast, 1 blk

   

 L.V. McDyess

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Seattle Summit @ Arizona Whips

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Summit 23 24 19 28 94
Whips 25 23 29 20 97
Boxscore

   

Officials: Harry Botsa #27, Wyatt Briggs #13, Vernon Hill #22
Arena: Ascendant Arena - Flagstaff, AZ

Player of the Game: Lance Wildfyre (Rabbit, G) - 12 pts, 1 reb, 10 ast, 5 stl

   

 Lance Wildfyre

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San Jose Thrust @ Winnipeg Voyageurs

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT F
Thrust 24 25 23 29 11 112
Voyageurs 22 26 23 30 8 109
Boxscore

     

Officials: Martin Rosario #12, Celia Strickland #28, Stevie Maxwell #33
Arena: Riverside Stadium - Winnipeg, MB

Player of the Game: Alessandro Serra (Weasel, G) - 17 pts, 3 reb, 6 ast, 6 stl
Promo: Happy New Year

 Alessandro Serra (Weasel, G)

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Texas Lone Stars @ Montana Howlers

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Lone Stars 26 25 28 26 105
Howlers 28 26 24 30 108
Boxscore

   

Officials: Pierre Laroche #21, Kio Splitzer #15, Sal Muller #4
Arena: Treasure State Arena - Billings, MT

Player of the Game: Lemond Conkale (Florida Panther, F/G) - 22 pts, 5 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl, 1 blk

   

 Lemond Conkale

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