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DeVaughn Lamont returns to Mexico
DeVaughn Lamont (208-F-84, college: CS Monterey) is back to Correcaminos UAT Victoria after almost one month. He started the season with Correcaminos and in November moved to Japan. There he joined ABA team Shizuoka Gymrats. Lamont appeared 24 times for Correcaminos so far this season averaging 5.3 points and 3.3 rebounds. DeVaughn Lamont spent 2010/11 in ABA. He was a member of the San Francisco Rumble. He also spent some with Venezuelan Lanceros that year. DeVaughn Lamont already played in LNBP in the past. He was a member of Algodoneros de La Comarca Torreon in 2008/09 season. At that time he had 10.8 ppg and 5.1 rpg in 43 games. DeVaughn Lamont played for Trinidad and Tobago National Team in 2010.
Haywood NBL player of the week
Trinidad & Tobago point guard, Joey Haywood (6'1''-G), was named Player of the Week in Canadian NBL.
Haywood who was signed by Halifax Rainmen owner and CEO, Andre Levingston, just over a week ago started the last two games for the Rainmen and averaged 18.5 ppg in his first two starts. His first start for the Rainmen left a lasting impression on the Halifax fans when he went off for 21 pts on 10-12 shooting against the Moncton Miracles. Haywood then followed up with a 17-point performance against the Summerside Storm which helped his Rainmen improve to 2-2 on the season.
'It feels great to have achieved an honour of this magnitude in the city that I consider to be my second home,' said Haywood in the Rainmen press release. 'I'm glad that my hard work is paying off. I'm blessed to have the incredible support of my family; without them, I absolutely would not be here.'
Halifax defeated the Summerside Storm on Sunday afternoon 100-93 at the Metro Centre. The former Boston Celtic, Orien 'OG' Greene led the Rainmen to the win with his 18-point performance.
Meanwhile in Lebanon, Ian Young had 18pts, 7 assists & 4 rebounds as Antranik scored a close 89-86 win over Chabab in a second round game in the Lebanese Men Division A.
Whilst in another matchup of the same division, Kibwe Trim had a double, 17pts & 16 rebs, to guide Moutahed to a slender 79-76 victory against Hoops.
Over in Japan, Julius Ashby had 13pts & 9rebs in a losing effort, 71-91, for Shiga L-Stars against Osaka in a Round 11 game of the Japanese BJ League.
And down under, Daniel Dillon came off the bench to chip in with 8pts in 16mins as Melbourne Tigers defeated Perth Wildcats 87-82 in the Australian NBL.
Royal, when did joey haywood represent ? Is it another guy?
--- Quote from: maxg on December 27, 2011, 11:08:59 AM ---Royal, when did joey haywood represent ? Is it another guy?
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Same guy.The last time he represented is the last time we sent a men team anywhere,2010 Centro Basket in Dominican Rep.He was back up point guard to Ian Young
I have to admit my ignorance when it comes to Canadian B-Ball. I did not know this league existed. How good is it?
--- Quote from: Deeks on December 28, 2011, 05:30:22 PM ---I have to admit my ignorance when it comes to Canadian B-Ball. I did not know this league existed. How good is it?
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not that great in all honesty, my friend who was the capt of the canadian olympic team told me it is a stepping stone to europe but not the nba
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