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by posted 02/15/2018

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ROCHESTER’S MCCULLOUGH NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK (FEB. 5-11)
by posted 02/13/2018

 

 

ROCHESTER’S MCCULLOUGH NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK (FEB. 5-11)

 

 

A new look Rochester RazorSharks gave rise to the newest North American Premier Basketball (NAPB) league’s Player of the Week for play during action Feb. 5-11.

Wayne McCullough played a huge role in the RazorSharks’ 2-0 week following a blockbuster trade that saw a number of players makes moves around the league.

McCullough finished with 23.5 ppg, 11 rebounds and 4.5 assists in the two wins over Vancouver, including a 27-point performance on Thursday.

“Wayne has been a great addition to our family,” interim Rochester head coach Clay Pittanaro said. “He brings so much passion to our system. He hits threes, defends, rebounds, and had at least one tip dunk both nights this week.”

– Alan Dale, NAPB Media Relations

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by posted 02/10/2018


  

 ROCHESTER GOES TWO-FOR-NEW WITH WIN OVER VANCOUVER

Friday, February 9th, 2018-

That new Razorsharks’ experiment?

Two-for-two.

Rochester, only days removed from massive roster overhaul, moved to 4-8 overall and 2-0 since its facelift of the Razorsharks’ lineup with a 109-105 win Friday night over the visiting Vancouver Knights in North American Premier Basketball (NAPB) action.

The Razorsharks, which swept the 2-game set over the Knights, were led by Devon Alexander (23 points), Wayne McCoullough (20 points), Jerice Crouch (12 points) and Gregoryshon Magee (12 points).

“We knew Vancouver would come back and counterpunch tonight,” interim Rochester head coach Clay Pittinaro said referring to the Razorsharks’ 136-109 winner the previous evening. “I’m really happy with how we stuck to the system and were able to integrate some new pieces to our family at the same time. All wins are good wins and we will take this one looking forward to Wednesday against Albany.”

Vancouver (4-9) was spearheaded by Leroy Fludd (21 points), DaQuan Brooks (20 points) and Chancellor Jones (17 points).

-Alan Dale, NAPB Media Relations

 
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ROCHESTER GOES BOOM WITH NEW ROSTER IN 136-109 WIN
by posted 02/09/2018

 

ROCHESTER GOES ‘BOOM!’ WITH NEW ROSTER IN 136-109 WIN

Thursday, February 8th, 2018-

Playing just above the border of ‘Wow,’ the Rochester Razorsharks’ new-look roster paid monstrous dividends on Thursday night.

After trades brought in new bodies and a few other roster moves the Razorsharks showed off their new arsenal by having eight players score in double figures in an impressive 136-109 win over visiting Vancouver in North American Premier Basketball (NAPB) play.

Rochester (3-8) was led by Wayne McCoullough (27 points), Melvin Council (19 points), Devon Alexander (17 points), Matt Hart (15 points), Jerice Crouch (15 points), Rashard McGill (14 points), Dan Biber (14 points) and Trayvon Jackson (12 points).

They used a 41 and 42-point second and fourth quarter to blow out to the big win after trailing 33-22 to the visiting Knights (4-8).

Vancouver was led by Da’Quan Brooks (24 points), Jordan Hill (19 points), John Ivy (16 points) and Zach Reynolds (13 points).    -Alan Dale, NAPB Media Relations

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Three Team Trade In NAPB
by posted 02/07/2018


Three Team Trade In NAPB

The NAPB announced a trade involving three teams Tuesday, involving the Rochester RazorSharks, Vancouver Knights and The Kentucky Thoroughbreds, all looking to improve their run toward the playoffs.

Traded to Vancouver were 6’1 guard John Ivy, 6’9 forward Zach Reynolds and 5’10 guard DaQuan Brooks for Vancouver’s 6’ point guard Vance Cooksey and Kentucky 6’7 forward A.J. Steward who headed to Rochester, while the Knights sent 6’9 forward Darius Paul to Kentucky to complete the three-way transaction.

Rochester also signed 6’5 forward Tyron Jackson who was recently released from the NBA G-league. Rochester also adjusted their roster by releasing 6’3 guard Melvin Council, and 6’7 Forward Phil Valenti.

Both released players are now free to sign with any other team in the NAPB.

“With a 2-8 record , we had to make changes and I believe each team in this trade upgraded their respective rosters,” said General Manager and Co-Owner of the RazorSharks Lawrence Maroney.

The RazorSharks have back to back games this Thursday and Friday against the Vancouver Knights at the Blue Cross Arena. Game times are set for 7:05pm.

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