Parks and rec basketball results
Published 11:55 am Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Here are the results from the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department basketball games.
The men’s league is currently playing their championship tournament, and games will continue on Feb. 2 and 9.
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Pistons 18, Thunder 16
Tydarious Patton and Alex Hall each scored six points to lift the Pistons over the Thunder. Javion Posey provided most of the offense for the Thunder with 14 points.
Hornets 21, Wizards 11
Kevin Norris was the top scorer for the Hornets with 12 points, while Antonio Holcomb paced the Wizards with four points.
Thunder 23, Wizards 14
Javion Posey led the Wizards with nine points, JaMichael Boone was close behind for the Wizards with eight points.
Hornets 22, Pistons 21
This showdown featured two players carrying the load for their teams — Kevin Norris led the victorious Hornets, while Tydarious Patton had 17 for the Pistons.
Magic 15, Hurricanes 8
Shykeriyonna Rudolph led the Magic with six points, while Antigene Stone scored five for the Hurricanes.
Magic 26, Hurricanes 2
Lekevionna Powell was the top scorer for the Magic with 12 points, and Keisha Rice scored the Hurricanes’ points.
Hurricanes 11, Magic 9
Antigene Stone scored four points to lead the Hurricanes to victory, and Lekevionna Powell had seven for the Magic.
Hurricanes 20, Magic 16
Cierra Patterson put 13 on the board, including nine points from three-point range, for the Hurricanes. Both Jasmine Stewart and Tylisha Cook scored four points for the Magic.
Magic 20, Hurricanes 17
Bradjae Patterson and Tylisha Cook both scored seven points as the Magic got the best of the Hurricanes. Samarika Patterson also had seven for the Hurricanes.
Hurricanes 17, Magic 14
Jasmine Morris led the Canes with 12 points, and scoring for the Magic was evenly spread out. Keyanndra Betton was the top scorer with four points.
Thunder 32, Celtics 3
Jakeem Davidson broke into double digits for the Thunder with 10 points, while O’Darius Salter had two points for the Celtics.
Pistons 33, Heat 4
Dante Lee had 12 points to lead the Pistons, and Robert Scarver led the Heat with two points.
Pistons 28, Celtics 10
Dante Lee again led the Pistons, this time scoring 10 points. Joseph Longmire was the top scorer for the Celtics with five.
Thunder 44, Heat 24
Jakeem Davidson had 12 points for the high-scoring Thunder, and Jamal Loveless had nine for the Heat.
Thunder 40, Pistons 35
Jakeem Davidson scored 17 points to lead the Thunder in a close win over the Pistons. Dante Lee had 19 for the Pistons.
Celtics 10, Heat 3
Joseph Longmire put 10 on the board for the Celtics, and Melvin Hill led the Heat with two points.
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Hornets 19, Thunder 13
Tyrone Ingram paced the Hornets with 11 points, while both Malik Bunch and John Poole had four for the Thunder.
Pistons 25, Wizards 21
Tydarious Patton led the Pistons with 19 points, and Jakoby Miles was the top scorer for the Wizards with eight points.
Nuggets 37, Magic 29
Nubien Cook had 11 points for the Nuggets, while Derrick Powell paced the Magic with 13 points.
Nuggets 36, Magic 31
Justin Lee led the Nuggets over the Magic with 36 points. Rashaan Allen was the top scorer for the Magic with 18.
Nuggets 30, Magic 20
Convontae Roberts had 13 points to lead the Nuggets to victory. Derrick Powell had eight for the Magic.
Clippers 69, Celtics 62
Shaun Cook had 22 points and Michael Peagler was close behind with 20 for the Clippers. Leading the way for the Celtics was Dedrick Scott with 24 points.
Spurs 73, Bulls 71
Demetrius Powell had 29 for the Spurs as they needed overtime to defeat the Bulls. Montrez Cannon scored 23 in the Bulls’ loss.
Clippers 64, Bulls 61
Michael Peagler led the Clippers with 22 points, while Montrez Cannon and James Smith both scored 21 for the Bulls.
Spurs 44, Celtics 25
Bobby Goldsmith scored 26 points to lead the Spurs over the Celtics. Dedrick Scott had 14 for the Celtics.
Celtics 67, Bulls 65
Patrick Tolliver and Dedrick Scott dominated the game for the Celtics, scoring 32 and 30 points respectively. Montrez Cannon and James Smith were the one-two punch for the Bulls with Cannon scoring 20 and Smith scoring 19.
Clippers 46, Spurs 44
Michael Peagler and Shaun Cook each scored 10 points to lead the Clippers to victory. Bobby Goldsmith led the Spurs with 19.
FYE 90, Greenville All-Stars 73
Kevin Norris led FYE with 22 points as they lit it up against the All-Stars. Preston Walker scored 41 for the All-Stars.
Ronnie Paulk and Associates 55, Fort Deposit Eagles 44
Justin Pierce had 22 points for the Associates, and J.D. Simmons scored 13 for the Eagles.
B.J. Auto 77, D.S.O. 72
Tavores Burton paced B.J. Auto with 25 points, while Kim McMeans put up 21 for D.S.O.
Forest Home and Co. 69, Tyrone’s Barber Shop 61
Dee Posey had 21 for Forest Home, and Demonte Crenshaw was the top scorer for Tyrone’s Barber Shop with 20.
B.J. Auto 79, Tyrone’s Barber Shop 59
Tavores Burton took the title of top scorer for B.J. Auto with 32 points, while Tarrell Coleman put 22 on the board for Tyrone’s Barber Shop.
FYE 74, Forest Home and Co. 73
Rodney Fails put up 22 points in FYE’s close win over Forest Home. Kevin Norris added 27 points for the Company.
Ronnie Paulk and Associates 65, Greenville All-Stars 52
Justin Pierce was the top scorer for the Associates with 19, and Preston Walker put up 24 for the All-Stars.
D.S.O. 64, Fort Deposit Eagles 62
Robert Taylor scored 17 points to lead D.S.O. in a close win over the Eagles. David Webb paced the Eagles with 20 points.