Cavs secure finals berthNIK THE QUICK: Cavs guard Nikolai Burton (left) advancing the ball while being guarded by Tionne Bostic of Lakers. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)
By Justin Marville | Thu, September 13, 2012 - 12:07 AM
APPARENTLY THE LAKERS-CAVS rivalry exists only in the Premier League.
Antoine Morris scored a game-high 29 points, including eight in a decisive 28-15 third quarter run, to set up Mpact Station Hill Cavaliers’ first junior finals appearance in six years via Tuesday’s 88-59 semi-final rout of Lumber Company Lakers’ Under-20 basketball side at the Wildey Gym.
That made it two wins over their Husbands counterparts in as many games following a victory in the teams’ regular season matchup, and booked Cavs’ spot in the title game against the unbeaten Bulls, who also routed Bayland 75-30.
But unlike that latter semi, this latest Lakers-Cavs encounter was expected to be a thriller in the vein of all the gripping Premier League showdowns.Please read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION, or in the eNATION edition.
- Editor's Choice
- Your Lamen commented on $60M loss
- Tanya Respect Forde commented on Rihanna, wins R&B artist, album
- Tony Webster commented on EDITORIAL: LIME’s $100m investment great news
- Judy Clarke commented on DEAR CHRISTINE: Should I bail out because of disease?
- Frank Husbands commented on Credit unions must pull investments