McCray Edwards and the EH Charles Crossover go up against Thomas Felix and the D-Treads Blazers at Lindo Park, Goodwill following the 2015 National League Opening Ceremony.
McCray scored 24 points, while grabbing 4 rebounds and 2 steals in the win against the Fast Cash Prowlers last Saturday night.
Thomas lead Blazers to a commanding win against Kairi FM Old Skool on Wednesday night, finishing with 29 points, 3 assists and 3 steals.
Blazers are favorites to win but can Crossover come up with a surprising win as they did against Prowlers on Saturday? Blazers are reigning champions in the Premier Division while Crossover are reigning champions in the 1st Division.
Who will come out on top when these 2 teams clash tonight?
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In the final game of the Presidents Cup held on Saturday night, reigning Division-1 champions, E.H Charles Crossover went up against reigning Premier Division, D-Treads Blazers. The clear favorites in this matchup were the Blazers but Crossover would not go down easy. The first quarter ended with a 25-23 Blazers lead, followed by a half time score of 41-32 in favor or Blazers. In the first few minutes of the 3rd quarter Crossover brought the scores close at 52-55. That was quickly followed by a number of turnovers by Crossover over a span of 2 minutes which lead to Blazers expanding the lead to 19 points. Blazers controlled the rest of the game as Crossover could not recover from the 19 point deficit. Final scores were Blazers 93, Crossover 67.
Blazers are once again crowned champions of the Presidents cup. Thomas Felix who finished the game with 28 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assist won the MVP awards of the Presidents Cup.
Other top performers for Blazers were:
Lester Langlais – 18 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds
Javeed Joseph – 8 points and 10 rebounds.
Top performers for Crossover were:
Emile Cadeau – 15 points and 7 rebounds
McCray Edwards – 16 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals
Brandon Laza – 13 points while shooting 4 of 8 from three.