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Columbus Ga Vipers Crowned National Champions as they defeat the PNW Vets 116-110.

🇺🇸 Columbus, Ga ~ Congratulations to the Columbus, Ga Vipers who were crowned the PBA BY A&T Sports Summer 2023 National Champions in Columbus Ga. on Sunday night in front of their hometown fans along with City & State Officials . The Vipers played a very competitive PNW Vets team from Federal Way, WA who were filled with players that played with intensity and applied pressure on both ends of the court. In the end with both teams going on runs , the 4 time Final Four appearance & reigning Conference Champions the Columbus Ga Vipers took a commanding lead in the 4th quarter. With the Vets right on their backs, the Vipers were able to hold on and pull off a 116-110 Victory to be crowned National Champions. The PNW Vets were crowned the new PBA By A&T Sports Conference Champions for Summer 2023. The High Scorer for the PNW Vets was Lonnie Piper, scoring an impressive 25 points. The Vipers cut & slash player Cornelius Thomas was the High Scorer and finals MVP scoring 28 points.

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New Mexico advances to Championship Game defeating Georgia

Arlington, TX – New Mexico Bluetails and Georgia Vipers both came into the Nationals having won their divisions, the Southwest and the Southeast respectively. Both organizations having only experienced one loss over the course of the season. The two teams proved to be fairly evenly matched throughout this one. Georgia was up early and seemed to be ready to break away late in the first half but the Bluetails got a little momentum starting to buckle down a little bit at the defensive end and then going to a combination of Guard Lamar Morinia and Forward Devon Williams to help get them back in the game just before halftime. For the Vipers, who had rode the electric play of Guard Cortez Chaney and Swing forward Cornelius Thomas en-route to this opportunity, they just lost momentum and were frustrated attacking the basket in the second half. The set defense of the Bluetails with a little more size and length inside proved to be the difference as Williams was a difficult matchup on both ends, serving as an effective secondary scoring option on one end and also helping to form that wall on the defensive end as well. Bluetails advance defeating Georgia in this one 97-86.