Mayas-USA beats Ravia 114-104, captures WBA Crown...
June 9, 2007 - World Basketball Association (WBA) News Release
Lilburn, GA - Bobby Brown (6'6''-F-79, college: Kennesaw St.) poured in 29 points, as he helped his Mayas-USA team put a stamp on the 2007 WBA Championship, by beating Ravia 114-104 on Friday night at Berkmar High School.
Mayas-USA led by as many as 21 mid-way through the second quarter, before Ravia began a methodical comeback, finally taking its first lead late in the third quarter at 75-73. It would prove to be Ravia's only lead of the game, as Mayas-USA would re-take the lead and hang on.
Joe Hamilton (6'6''-F-79) turned in a mammoth performance for Ravia with 25 points, 16 rebounds and 3 blocks. Robert Cox (6'5''-G/F-83) also downed 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Chris Jackson (6'2''-G-82) had 20 points and six assists, while Evan Brock got 13 points and nine rebounds. Golden Ingle also contributed eight points and eight assists.
Kareem Grant (6'6''-F/G-82) had 26 points and 11 rebounds, While Reo Logan chalked up 22. MaJic Dorsey (6'1''-G-81) of Mayas-USA had a balanced game with 18 points and 10 assists and Edmund Saunder only tallied nine points, but snatched 15 rebounds and doled out an impressive eight assists, coming close to a triple-double.
After averaging 29 ppg during the two-games, Bobby Brown was selection as the Championship Series Most Outstanding Player.
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