Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Update From Across The Pond

Jordan Collins has become a Dutch Terror. Since our last update, Jordan has led his team to two victories in three games to close out the regular season. Over this three game span JC averaged 16 points per game and 8 rebounds, while shooting 62% from the field and 58% from deep land. Collins' and his Giants will begin postseason play on Thursday night. The West-Brabant Giants finished the regular season in 4th place with a 24-16 record. Jordan finished the regular season averaging 12.1 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 53.1% FG%, and a 41.7% FG%.

Clifford Crawford has made carving up opponets a hobby over in Germany. Cliff has played 2 games since our last update and he has averaged 13 points, 5.5 assists and 4 rebounds in those 2 appearances. His Knights have one remaining regular season game this Saturday (4/25) and then they will head into postseason play. They are tied for 5th place with a 17-12 record. Clifford's numbers on the year are as follows: 15 ppg, 5 apg, 4 rpg and 2 spg (51% FG%).

Anthony Grundy continues to stear the ship for the Panellinios Athens team. With one regular season game remaining (4/22), they sit only 1 game behind 4th place. Since our last update Grundy exploded for 27 points on April 4th, and he had 12 on the 11th and 10 on the 15th. On the year, Grundy is 15.1 ppg (56.4% FG%, 3.9 apg and 2.3 spg.


3 Responses to "Update From Across The Pond"
  1. loweballer said...
    April 22, 2009 at 1:10 PM

    I love these updates and this sites purpose. Is there a way that we could also get updates on former players that aren't still playing basketball? I really feel like this site helps to pull the wolfpack family together and it would be nice to let people know we don't care whether former players are superstars or not, they are still family.

  2. Wolfpack Hoops said...
    April 22, 2009 at 1:41 PM

    Thanks! Yeah we're planning on doing a lot more "Where are they now" in the near future. If you scroll through you can find Todd Fuller who is not playing anymore, Kenny Inge who is coaching at Cary Academy and we're going to do our best to track more down. Talked to Luke Buffom and we'll be doing a piece on him soon. Any specific players you were thinking of? Some are harder to track down than others.

  3. Sunny D said...
    April 22, 2009 at 5:36 PM

    I would love to hear some kind of update on 3 on my favorite NC State player in my 24 years of living and that is C.C. Harrison. How is this kid doing? He was amazing to me. Also Jeremy Hyatt,Isua Benjamin, Damon Thorton, Ron Kelly, Do you have updated on these guys. I loves this crew !! Thanks so much for all that you do


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