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January 24, 2020 by Tom Bonnett

Glasgow Rocks 102 Surrey Scorchers 81

Scorchers were defeated by the Glasgow Rocks at the Emirates Arena.

Greg Pryor led the way for the home team with 29 points.

A career-high 27 points from Uno Payne wasn’t enough to stop the Scorchers losing on the road.

It was the Rocks who started the game on the front foot, with a free-flowing offence and tough defensive display, giving them a comfortable 35-13 lead after the first quarter.

They didn’t slow down in the second quarter, and some tough offence from Gareth Murray maintained a 19-point lead at half time.

An effective team talk from Creon Raftopoulos looked to have made a big impact, as Lovell Cook and Uno Payne kick-started the Scorchers offence.

Back-to-back three point shots from Caylin Raftopoulos reduced the lead to nine points at the end of the third – Scorchers winning the quarter by ten points.

But Glasgow took control of the game once again, and they extended their lead once again to claim the 102-81 victory.

Scorchers fall to a 4-4 record in the BBL Championship.

Next up for Creon’s team is a trip to ‘The Tank’ to take on the Sheffield Sharks next Friday.

Scorchers are back at home on February 8th as we host the Leicester Riders.

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