Hurricane Stop Sharks Winning StreakUpdated Friday July 18, 2014 by American Basketball League.
In a league where anybody can win on any given night, the Palm Beach Hurricane defeated the ABL's hottest team, the Fort Lauderdale Sharks, 85-81, Thursday night in Boynton Beach, Florida.
The game saw many lead changes but the Hurricane, who for the first time had their full team together with everyone back from injuries, were able to put to together a solid effort to get back in the winning column.
The Hurricane welcomed back one of their leading scorers tonight, TT Hall. TT Hall once again came up big for the Palm Beach Hurricane by scoring a game high 25 points. He was followed by Elijah Jones who scored 17 points and grabbed a team high 15 rebounds. Daniel Bryant also had another great shooting night and finished with 17 points for the Hurricane.
The Fort Lauderdale Sharks, who saw their four game winning streak end, were led by Calvin Joy's 22 points and Davorn Bryant's 13 points.
The Hurricane hit the road this Saturday night to face the Pompano Beach Cobras. Game time is 8pm at Carter Park Gymnasium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Sharks also return home to face a tough Orlando Lightning team. Game time is 6 pm from Carter Park Gymnasium, which will be the first game of the Saturday night ABL double header.
Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5.