Third POW for Devendorf
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Exodus Saints Eric Devendorf wins his third player of the week performance for his effort in the Saints win over the Harbour Heat
38 points (15/20 FG, 7/8 3pt, 1/1 FT), 5 assists, 2 blocks in the 126-90 win over the Harbour Heat.
Devendorf won the honors in the opening round scoring a league high 49 points and then won POW in Round 4 with 29 points and 7 assists.
Currently leading the league in scoring at 26.6 a game, Devendorf has been averaging 34.5 points in his first two games with the Saints and is shooting the three at 84% in those games.
His back court partner Lindsay Tait also was impressive against the Heat with 21 points and a season high 12 assists which puts him to the top of the league in assists.
Waikato Pistons Thomas Abercrombie was very close to winning consecutive POW’s for his 32 points and 10 rebounds in the Piston’s 87-80 win over the Manawatu Jets.
Jets Darryl Hudson had another strong game with the stat line of 23 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals. Hudson is currently second in the league in scoring at 24.3 points per game.
Another notable performance in Round Nine was from Christchurch Cougars Trent Wurtz who had 30 points and 9 rebounds in the 92-81 upset over the Harbour Heat.
Fico Finance Giants Phill Jones nearly had a triple double with 19 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists in the low scoring win over the Bay Hawks in which the two teams will meet again this coming Friday.
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Note: Cybersports Program unable to combine stats for Darryl Hudson and Eric Devendorf there fore find pdf below of stats for both player
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