Surrey Scorchers and Glasgow Rocks meet for the third successive match. As the teams return to league action.
When: Saturday, 10th December. Tip Off 19:00
Where: Surrey Sports Park
Coach Creon ‘Losing hurts, but we have to move on’
Following the BBL Cup Semi-final defeat, Coach Creon said that he was very proud of the player’s efforts, but now that they are out they have to move on.
The game against Glasgow this weekend gives Scorchers the perfect opportunity to do that, as they face the team that knocked them out of the cup. However, they will also know that it will be a tough task as Glasgow are now on a 12 matches winning streak in League and Cup. On the other hand, their performance in the home tie of the BBL Cup will give them plenty of confidence as they only narrowly lost to the Rocks 81-79.
This game also signifies an importance’s to the league. Currently, in 8th position, Scorchers sit just inside the play-offs spots but with just 4 points separating them and 11th place they know every game is important.
While Glasgow sit at the opposite end of the table in 3rd, having won 9 of their 10 league matches so far this season, they are 6 points of the top spot but have played 4 games less than the team placed 1st.
Ones to watch:
Quincy Taylor was Scorchers top scorer over the two legs of the BBL Cup with a combined total of 36 from the two game, while rebounding king Chaz Rollins wasn’t too far behind with 30 points.
At the same time Glasgow’s, Kieron Achara matched Taylor’s score of 36 over the two games and Neil Watson closely followed with 35. Both will be players to watch out for in this game.