Basketball fans, you are already four weeks into the BIG3 League’s debut season. Over the past three weeks, you’ve seen some of yesterday’s NBA stars grace the hardwood and show fans they can still play. Fans will get a chance to watch Week 4 of the BIG3 on Monday night, as Fox Sports 1 will air all four matches at 8 p.m. ET. You can also view the games online by using the Fox Sports Go app. These four games took place on Sunday, July 16, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Power (3-1) defeated the Ghost Ballers (2-2), 51-44, in the first game of Week 4. Cuttino Mobley poured in a game-high 20 points to help Power cruise to victory. DeShawn Stevenson chipped in with 17 points and connected on 50 percent of his three-point shots. Power made 43.8 percent of its shots from three-point land as well. Points weren’t hard to come by for the Ghost Ballers, as three players finished the game with over 10 points. However, the team only knocked down 20 percent of its three-point shots.
Trilogy (4-0) knocked off the Ball Hogs (1-3), 50-43, in game two. The first team that scored 50 points would win the game. With a 47-43 lead, Trilogy’s Rashad McCants drilled a three-pointer to keep his team undefeated.
Later, the 3-Headed Monsters (3-1) knocked off the Killer 3’s (1-3), 51-46. Rashard Lewis exploded with a game-high 30 points and corralled 10 rebounds, while shooting 50 percent from the field. Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf added an extra 17 points. Kwame Brown registered four points, and no one else on the team scored. Stephen Jackson poured in 24 points for the Killer 3’s and made over 50 percent of his shots. As a team, the Killer 3’s only made 36.7 percent of its shots.
Lastly, Tri-State (1-3) beat 3’s Company (1-3), 49-44, in the last game of Week 4. Tri-State’s Lee Nailon finished with a team-high 18 points and connected on eight of his 13 shot attempts. Jermaine O’Neal added 10 points and nine rebounds, and Bonzi Wells chipped in with 12 points. 3’s Company’s Al Thornton finished the game with 20 points, and his teammates combined for 24 points. On the other hand, the team shot under 40 percent from the field.
When: Monday, July 17
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Online: Fox Sports Go app