Although Jarwand Rheubottom put 30 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and two blocks on the scoreboard, PG Valor fell to Baltimore Hawks 111-108. On a three-pointer from Paris Carter, Baltimore Hawks sealed their victory in the fourth quarter.
Baltimore Hawks fell behind early, 66-58 by the half, but avenged their first half with solid second half play. Baltimore Hawks finished the first half strong, scoring a game-high 32 points during the second quarter on the strength of a 9-2 run led by #10 Jaquan Jones who set a NEW FRANCHISE RECORD with 9 Steals in the game. Both PG Valor and Baltimore Hawks played hard, with 27 and 22 personal fouls, respectively.
Rheubottom was the leader of Baltimore Hawks's offense with 30 points, including 13 during the second period. He also contributed 13 rebounds, three steals and two blocks.
Brandon Davis was also a key contributor with 2 points and seven rebounds. Carter (21 points), Jaquan Jones (17 points), and Rodney Pratcher (13 points) each sunk multiple three-pointers. Two other players also added ten or more points for Baltimore Hawks.Mike Holden added 13 points and Dishawn Bradshaw contributed 13 points. Baltimore Hawks finished the game with 54 rebounds (28 offensive / 26 defensive), three blocks and 18 steals.
Baltimore Hawks emerged victorious 117-105 against Salisbury Bulldogs on Sunday on the strength of Dishawn Bradshaw, who scored 27 points. On a three-pointer from Bradshaw, Baltimore Hawks secured their lead in the third quarter.
Putting up a 55-35 lead at the half, Baltimore Hawks scored points early in the game.Baltimore Hawks solidified their lead with a late-game surge, scoring a game-high 37 points in the final quarter on the strength of a 27-7 run. Both Baltimore Hawks and Salisbury Bulldogs played hard, with 23 and 25 personal fouls, respectively.
Bradshaw shot well from the field, making 40% (6-for-15) of shots attempted as well as 45% (5-for-11) of threes attempted. He also was successful from the line, making 91% (10-for-11) of free throws attempted.
Paris Carter (23 points) and Jarwand Rheubottom (23 points) each sunk multiple three-pointers. Eian Davis achieved double digits, scoring 10 points for Baltimore Hawks (5-for-7). Also contributing for Baltimore Hawks were Brandon Davis (9 points, 7 rebounds), Jaquan Jones (9 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals), Mike Holden (3 points, 5 rebounds), Akeem Echols (3 points, 1 rebound), Melvin Jones (2 points, 1 rebound), and Evan Carver (2 points, 1 rebound). Rheubottom was a big defensive contributor as well, racking up seven rebounds and two steals.
Baltimore Hawks finished the game with 63 rebounds (23 offensive / 40 defensive), one block and nine steals.
Although Jaquan Jones put 19 points, three rebounds, three steals and two blocks on the scoreboard, York Bucs fell to Baltimore Hawks 116-105.
With an inspiring 34-point second quarter on the strength of an 11-2 run, Baltimore Hawks pulled ahead and eventually claimed a 55-40 lead by halftime. Both teams were aggressive on the court, with Baltimore Hawks accumulating 36 fouls while York Bucs racked up 35.
Jones paved the way for Baltimore Hawks, making 64% (7-for-11) of shots attempted while also sinking 80% (4-for-5) of free throws attempted.
Dishawn Bradshaw (19 points) and Paris Carter (8 points) each sunk multiple three-pointers. Jarwand Rheubottom achieved double digits, scoring 19 points for Baltimore Hawks (8-for-11). Also contributing for Baltimore Hawks were Brandon Davis (9 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block), Daniel Gregory (8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 block), Mike Holden (7 points, 7 rebounds), Eian Davis (7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block), Akeem Echols (6 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals), Edward Oliver (4 points, 1 rebound, 1 block), Melvin Jones (4 points, 3 rebounds), and Rodney Pratcher (2 points, 7 rebounds, 1 block).
Baltimore Hawks finished the game with 61 rebounds (19 offensive / 42 defensive), eight blocks and 17 steals.
As the crowd amassed outside of St. Frances Academy in the heart of East Baltimore, you could feel the excitement in the air in anticipation for the clash of undefeated rivals. No it wasn't the Ravens and the Steelers or the Orioles and Yankees who were preparing for battle, the opposing powerhouses were the Baltimore Hawks and the DMV Warriors of Woodlawn MD.
They are undoubtedly two of the elite teams of the American Basketball Associate aka THE ABA. For the last three years Baltimore's only professional basketball team, Baltimore Hawks, owned by native sons Gregory Brown Jr. and Quentin Harper has inspired, entertained and showcased some of the best basketball talent in the nation. In the midst of challenging times in Charm City, the Baltimore Hawks' dazzling display of "on the edge of your seat" excitement along with food, music and spectacular cheerleading are the perfect remedies for progressive community activity.
The ABA of the 1960s & 70s that merged with the NBA in 1976 is a separate entity of the current ABA that's under the ownership of Joe Newman and Richard Tinkham. Since 2000 the league with the multicolored basketball has provided breathtaking, competitive entertainment around the country.
The league features outstanding talent such as Dishawn "Pure Money" Bradshaw who graces the jersey of the Baltimore Hawks and Terry Hosley Jr, son of legendary Baltimore hoopster Terry Hosley Sr., of the DMV Warriors. For tickets to enjoy exciting pro hoop in Baltimore and the metropolitan area go online @ www.baltimorehawks.com.
All Baltimore Hawks' home games are played at St. Frances Academy 501 E. Chase St. Baltimore, MD. 21202 GO HAWKS!
By Ralph E. Johnson Jr.
Looking to bounce back from last nights loss against the DMV Warriors, the Hawks hit the road to take on the Fredericksburg Grizzlies in their inaugural home opener!
Both teams went play-for-play throughout most of the game, but Baltimore Hawks defeated Fredericksburg Grizzlies 111-109 on Sunday. Baltimore Hawks sealed their victory in the fourth quarter on a free throw from Dishawn Bradshaw.
Baltimore Hawks fell behind early, trailing 51-43 by the half, only to come back hard in the final two quarters. Both Fredericksburg Grizzlies and Baltimore Hawks played hard, with 38 and 36 personal fouls, respectively. Bradshaw led the charge for Baltimore Hawks' offense, scoring 32 points, with 12 points during the first period. He also contributed five rebounds and two steals.
Two other players also racked up double digit scores for Baltimore Hawks. Eian Davis racked up 24 points and 10 rebounds. Jarwand Rheubottom put two three-pointers on the board and scored 23 points total. Also chipping in for Baltimore Hawks were Jaquan Jones (9 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal), Rodney Pratcher (7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block), Paris Carter (4 points, 1 rebound), Melvin Jones (3 points, 12 rebounds, 3 blocks), Daniel Gregory (2 points, 3 rebounds), and Brandon Davis (2 points, 3 rebounds, 3 blocks).
Baltimore Hawks finished the game with 70 rebounds (31 offensive / 39 defensive), 10 blocks and eight steals.
by Jefferey Key
Minutes before taking center court, Baltimore Hawks head coach, Greg Brown, delivered a composed, yet spirited message to his team. The objective was simple; the task, though, was venturous. “This is our house,” he exclaimed. “Protect it!”
The Hawks, a week removed from their season opening victory against the York Buccaneer’s, were back home to square off in a testy battle with their in-state rivals, the DMV Warriors. From the tip, it was evident that while both teams shared the same state lines, the two divisional enemies also shared a mutual disdain for one another.
With their exuberant home fan base out in full support, the Hawks, were able to weather DMV's high potent offensive with a litany of sharp shooting efforts of their own. Trailing by ten in the 2nd quarter, the Hawks placed the rock in the hands of their star guard and last season's leading scorer, DiShawn Bradshaw (27 ppg), who connected on four first half three-pointers, bringing the Hawks to within three (62-59) at intermission.
In the second half, Baltimore's aggression continued to intensify as their offense began to catch fire. Led by second year forward, Jarwand Rheubottom, the Hawks scored 39 points in the 3rd quarter on a blistering 57% shooting (12-21 FG) as Baltimore took a commanding ten point advantage (98-88) heading into the final period of play. Rheubottom, the Hawks leading rebounder and assist man last season, registered 11 points in the period on an impressive array of perimeter shots and slashes to the rim. The Hawks were also the beneficiary of a multitude of transition baskets thanks to the run and gun play of Ja'Quan Jones and the newly acquired Eian Davis, whose crisp passing in the open court forced the defenseless Warriors into committing 11 personal fouls in the period; leading to 17 free throw attempts for the Hawks on the other end.
Unfortunately, though, the Hawks were unable to hold on. Despite outrebounding the lengthy Warriors (60-45) and committing only 11 turnovers, Baltimore lost a heartbreaker 135-132, dropping them to 1-1 on the young season. Bradshaw led the team with a game high 33 points (7-13 3PT), followed by Rheubottom who scored 28, and Paris Carter and Elian Davis who added 13 and 12 respectively. The Hawks will look to bounce back tomorrow as they hit the road to take on the Fredericksburg Grizzlies at 4:00 PM.
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Indianapolis, Indiana – Today the American Basketball Association(ABA) announced that ESPN3 – ESPN’s multi-screen sports network – will live stream a selection of the ABA’s First to 50 regular season games. First to 50 is the ABA's new modernized take on basketball which will premiere to the nation on ESPN3 this fall. This will be the historic league’s 50th anniversary season and the 17th season of play since being revitalized in 1999.
"This new agreement makes ESPN3 the home of the 2017 ABA finals and semifinals," stated ABA CEO & cofounder Joe Newman
ESPN3 will live stream the ABA’s First to 50 regular season games from early November until March 5 leading to the ABA playoffs. Live coverage will include defending ABA champion Jacksonville Giants, South Florida Gold - ABA, Steel City Yellow Jackets, Jersey Express Professional Basketball 'Official' Page, The Chicago Steam Basketball Team and more.
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Baltimore, MD - The Baltimore Hawks is pleased to announce the start of season three as a member of the American Basketball Association (ABA). The Hawks will kick off the 2016-17 Season with a rematch against Rival, DMV Warriors! Scheduled for Saturday November 5th, the game will tip-off at 6:30 PM at St. Frances Academy located at 501 E. Chase St. Balto., MD 21202. Get your tickets now!
The 2016-17 Hawks features an abundance of talent which includes several returning players, which is led by last years leading scorer, Dishawn Bradshaw who contributed 27 PPG for the Hawks in 2015-16. In addition, some key newcomers include Brooklyn, NY native and 2014 NJCAA MVP Eian Davis from Albertus Magnus College; and Maryland natives, Akeem Echols from Shaw University and Edward Oliver of Goucher University.
Many of you probably remember the original ABA, the league that brought you the red, white, and blue basketball; The Slam Dunk Contest, 3 Point Shot, and legends like: Dr. J, George Gervin, Mel Daniels, Rick Barry, David Thompson and many other players who went to great fame when the ABA merged into the NBA when the Denver Nuggets, San Antonio Spurs, New Jersey Nets, and Indiana Pacers joined the league. Well, in 2000, 16 years ago, the ABA was reborn - and that's the league our team is a part of. Ticket prices had escalated to the point that it was almost unaffordable for families to enjoy exciting professional basketball - plus there was such a huge abundance of talent available. The ABA addressed both of those issues - and now gives more players an opportunity to play at the professional level than any other sports league in history. Plus, we've made it the most affordable professional sports league ever with ticket prices at $10 for adults, $5 for kids - making it possible to enjoy great basketball for every member of the family.
So join your Baltimore Hawks for an guaranteed action packed season! For more information including Roster, Full Schedule, and more visit us at www.baltimorehawks.com. Also stay updated with us through social media on our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube accounts!
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Who: Hosted by Baltimore Hawks
When: June 18th 12:00pm-1:30pm
Where: Charm City Wings & Waffles 807 Washingtov Blvd. Balto., MD 21230
Why: Special event that brings Dads and their Children together in the Harmony of Fun, Sweets and Love
Fatherhood voice event aimed to break a record with Guinness book of World Records.
Donut With Dads – Presented by RJ White is aimed to be the largest fatherhood event in history. The day prior to Father’s Day- multiple locations will start at 12:00pm their time zone, celebrating one thing in common fatherhood.
“It’s an event for fathers who are active in their child lives or looking for influence to get active in their child (ren) lives” – I’m a daddy’s girl my father, grandfather, uncles all served our country in the armed services- they set the tone of being hero’s and were just that as fathers (heroes), without my pops it’s no telling where I would have ended up my mom is my heart she keep me in line also but dad set the foundation and tone, he is the reason why I am who I am today” “ I feel like all dads deserve the option to be a great father”– said RJ White, President/CEO of Donuts with Dads – Presented by RJ White.
June 18th, 2016 – 12:00pm Over 34 Locations are anticipated to host one of the nations most memorable fatherhood intuitive events, with locations confirmed in Texas, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Chicago, Iowa, South Carolina, Colorado, and New York and finalizing 7 other states. The anticipated audience of over 37,000 fathers will come together for one cause – giving fatherhood a voice.
During the 1-hour and 30 minute event, fathers from all different facets of life get to enjoy love, harmony, receive memorabilia such as the father biography and T-shirt only for $1.00 per person.
Research shows that when dads or other father figures participate in children’s lives those kids do better in school, have less legal troubles, better problem-solving skills and the likelihood of teen pregnancy is reduced dramatically amongst many other positive outcomes. In addition, fathers report more satisfaction at work, greater self-esteem and better overall health when actively involved in their children lives.
In addition, Donuts with dad has been a school functioned event to promote dads to come out and support a school functioned project. The goal for Donuts with dad presented by RJ White is to create an annual event to contribute recognition to dads across the globe for their acts of involvement to support the community and active fatherhood.
“We have talked to many fathers who focus literature on being an active dad – one being an author who has a published book called Raising Real Fathers, another father who has been acknowledged on Oprah for his heroic values of being a father of a child with special needs, third a Muslim dad that just want to teach their children the importance of religious values, fourth to a coach who considered his athletes family and dedicated to showing their athletes a way and many more. The event is titled Donuts with Dad but a father or dads can be any man willing to step up and raise a child with their best interest in heart”
Organization Name: #Donuts with Dad –Presented by RJ White
Telephone Number: 224-678-3009 Fax: 248-282-0468
Email Address : email@example.com
Web site address: www.donutswithdadpresentedbyrjwhite.org
The American Basketball Association [ABA] today announced that the upcoming season will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of this iconic, ground-breaking league. "Yes, it was 50 years ago that my partner, Dick Tinkham, and a group of businessmen came up with the idea to create a new basketball league to rival the NBA," stated Joe Newman,ABA Co-Founder. "It started with some magnificent players like Julius "Dr. J" Erving, George Gervin, Spencer Haywood, Connie Hawkins, Rick Barryand many other legends and the famous red, white and blue ball. The ABA became so impactful that four ABA teams merged into the NBA ( Indiana Pacers, Denver Nuggets, San Antonio Spurs and Brooklyn Nets. After being dormant for several years, in 2000, the ABA returned and today is the largest professional sports league in the US with 100+ teams anticipated for the upcoming season. The ABA is also the most diversified professional sports league in history with over 75% of its owners being African-American, Hispanic, Asian, women, Native Americans and disabled.
Don Sanchez, La Slam owner, ABA West Coast VP, Chairman of the ABA International Committee, will Chair the 50th Anniversary Committee. The ABA will introduce a limited edition commemorative ABA red, white and blue ball.