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1-25-15: GIANTS Crush FLIGHT In Two Game Series
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  Fayetteville, NC
  Saturday, Jan 25, 2015

 

JACKSONVILLE GIANTS CRUSH FAYETTEVILLE FLIGHT IN TWO GAME SERIES

The Jacksonville Giants (17-1) completed the two game sweep of the Fayetteville Flight this evening at Robeson High School in Rowland, North Carolina, defeating the Flight 151-136.

Last night, the Giants defeated the Blackhawks 162-114 on the outstanding play of newcomer RJ Wright who lead the Giants with 29 points. Team captain and veteran forward, Jerrod Tucker, added 27 in last night's win.

The Giants defeated the Flight 161-117 on the fantastic athleticism of Elijah Smith who posted 20 points, veteran and former league MVP, Jermaine 'Slim' Bell, added 18, and the Giants' floor general Anthony Lumpkin put up a game high 26.

"I am proud of our guys’ performance today. We had to fight through adversity and we took complete control in the fourth quarter." said head coach Kevin Waters following the game tonight."

Next week, the Giants will take on the #1 ranked Shreveport Mavericks in a rematch of the 2014 ABA Finals. The Giants' only loss this season was at the feat of the Mavericks on their home court in December. The Giants have been playing their best basketball of the season as of late and look to carry that momentum into next week's game. With such a hyped matchup, they hope to break their previous ABA record attendance (8,354) from last season. The game on January 31st is also Military Appreciation Night and will highlight several local military charities and servicemen and women as part of the night’s in-game entertainment.

 

1-18-15: GIANTS Sweep BLACKHAWKS In Weekend Series
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Thursday, Jan 18, 2015

 

JACKSONVILLE GIANTS Sweep BLACKHAWKS In Weekend Series

The Jacksonville Giants (15-1) completed the two game sweep of the Montgomery Blackhawks this evening at the Bob Hayes Legends Center, defeating the Blackhawks 150-127.

Last night, the Giants defeated the Blackhawks 162-114 on the outstanding play of newcomer RJ Wright who lead the Giants with 29 points. Team captain and veteran forward, Jerrod Tucker, added 27 in last night's win.

Tonight, the Giants had another solid win even with the absence of league MVP Jermaine Bell. Led by Jacksonville University alum, Delwan Graham's 23 points, the Giants got off to a fast start and never looked back.

"We've had some good leadership and solid defense," said Head Coach Kevin Waters. "We've had some roster moves the past couple weeks and we hope to have the team in playoff form for the [championship] rematch," Waters added, of the home game on January 31st against the Shreveport Mavericks at the Veterans Memorial Arena.

Next week, the Giants are on the road to Fayetteville for a two game series and then returning home for the long awaited rematch against the Mavericks. The January 31st game will be military appreciation night and the Giants hope to break their previous ABA record attendance (8,354).

 

1-10-15: GIANTS win, move to 13-1
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Thursday, Jan 10, 2015

 

GIANTS Return to Form, Win In Convincing Fashion to Move to 13-1

The Jacksonville Giants (13-1) saw a strong contribution from a number of their veteran stars, and had no doubts of an upset as they cruised to a 116-79 win tonight over the South Coast Fire. This marks their fourth win in as many meetings this season against the Fire, and this game resulted in their largest margin of victory in the four-game series at 37 points. In front of thousands of Giants fans, Jacksonville broke open early to start the second half to quickly put South Coast in a large deficit. Tonight’s game was held at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.

Tonight’s leading scorer for the Giants was RJ Wright, who drew his first start for the Giants and did not disappoint. He carried the load with 23 points, and was active elsewhere on the floor with 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals. Jerrod Tucker hustled after the ball all night, and posted his most impressive stat line of the season, finishing with 22 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals, and 4 blocks. Jermaine Bell pitched in 19 points and 9 rebounds, and Kevin ‘KT’ Thomas dished out a game-high 7 assists to go along with 7 points and 3 steals.

“Best performance we’ve had in a while, and I’m happy we did it in front of our Giants fans,” said Head Coach Kevin Waters. “ We had great performances out of a lot of players tonight, and the team effort was on full display. The way we played tonight is how we are able to be one of the best teams in the country.” The Giants next game at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena will be against the defending national champion Shreveport Mavericks, who beat the Giants 113-96 in their meeting on December 13 of this season. “Playing in the Veterans (Memorial) Arena brings out the best in our team, and I feel good about January 31. It’s still three weeks away but we’ll be prepared if we keep practicing with the effort that we played with tonight.”

The Giants will play their next two home games at the Bob Hayes Legends Center on Saturday, January 17, and Sunday, January 18, against the Montgomery Blackhawks. This will be the first two meetings between their division rivals.

 

1-7-15: GIANTS offer FREE admission to next home game
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Jan. 7, 2015

 

‘JERSEY NIGHT” - JACKSONVILLE GIANTS OFFER FREE ADMISSION TO ALL YOUTH ATHLETES AND COACHES TO NEXT HOME GAME

The Jacksonville Giants (11-1) want to show appreciation to the next generation of athletes at their upcoming home game on January 10 by offering FREE admission to all youth athletes and coaches who arrive to the game wearing a jersey. For Saturday’s “Jersey Night,” the Giants’ goal is to recognize and value the area’s youth who choose to put their time and energy into sports. The Jacksonville Giants believe in the importance of the Jacksonville community and they strive to be champions not just on the court, but off the court as well! These are values that the team hopes to pass onto next generation of athletes in the greater Jacksonville area.

Saturday’s game will be held at the Veterans Memorial Arena and will begin at 7:00pm. The Giants would love to see you, your teammates, and your coaches there this weekend!!

 

1-3-15: GIANTS move to 11-1 on the season
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Thursday, Jan 3, 2015

 

GIANTS overcome slow start, move to 11-1 on the season

The #2 ranked Jacksonville Giants (11-1) found themselves fighting back from an early deficit to win against the SouthCoast Fire by a score of 95-86. Shoddy defense and poor free throw shooting helped the Fire jump out to an 18-5 lead in the first quarter, and keep a 50-44 lead at halftime. The Giants came out hot to start the second half, with a 15-3 run to jump ahead, and held off a late 4th quarter rally to seal the win, playing solid defense when it mattered most. Tonight’s game was held at the University of North Florida Arena on UNF’s campus in Jacksonville, Florida..

Tonight’s leading scorers for the Giants were ABA All-Star and former MVP Jermaine ‘Slim’ Bell and veteran Maurice Mickens with 14 points each. Slim polished off a double-double, adding 12 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, and 1 block. Anthony Lumpkin dished out a game-high 6 assists to go along with 7 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals. Delwan Graham was a strong spark off the Giants bench, with 11 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals, with most of his work coming in a crucial 4th quarter for the Giants. Jerrod Tucker led the team with 4 steals tonight. Overall, the team combined for 50 rebounds, 21 assists, and 19 steals on the way to a 6th straight win.

“Our heads weren’t in the game tonight,” said Giants head coach Kevin Waters. “We were lucky to get the win. We beat this team by 35 a few weeks ago, and we followed it up with a weak effort. We can’t win championships playing the type of basketball we played tonight, but also a win is a win.” Waters also added praise for the efforts put forth from some of his veterans, including Bell and Mickens. “They got us back in the game and did enough to win. But we have work to do Monday, especially at the free throw line.” The Giants hit 17 of 27 shots from the charity stripe tonight, good for a season-low 63%.

The Giants will play their next home contest at the Bob Hayes Legends Center on Soutel Drive this Friday, January 9th, against the Montgomery Blackhawks. On January 10, the Giants host the Blackhawks again at 7:30pm at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

 

12-27-14: GIANTS move to 9-1 with win over SOUTHWEST WARRIORS
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  Atlanta, GA
  Thursday, Dec. 27, 2014

 

GIANTS move to 9-1 with win over SOUTHWEST WARRIORS

The #2 ranked Jacksonville Giants (9-1) dominated both sides of the ball tonight, as they cruised to a win over the Southwest Warriors by a score of 117-82. The Giants started the road trip in convincing fashion, scoring 36 points in the third quarter to break the game open and slowly dismantle the Warriors’ defensive scheme. Scoring was spread all across the Giants roster, and Jacksonville continues to shine as one of the ABA’s great teams of 2014-2015. The game was contested at Adamsville Recreation Center on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia.

Tonight's leading scorer for the Giants was ABA All-Star and former MVP Jermaine 'Slim' Bell with 17 points, and he also added 6 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 blocks. Veterans Anthony Lumpkin and Jerrod Tucker played excellent games as well. Lumpkin led the team with 6 assists along with his 6 points, 2 rebounds and 2 steals, and Tucker picked up a game-high 4 steals to compliment his 4 assists and 5 points. Six Giants scored in double-digits tonight, including Elijah Smith (13 points, 6 rebounds) and newcomer RJ Wright (17 points, 3 steals, 2 assists, 2 rebounds).

“We won by 35 but we should have won by 55 with the talent on this team,” said Giants head coach Kevin Waters. “We had some streaky play and turned the ball over too much, and that kept them (the Warriors) in the game for too long early on. We still have a lot of work to do, there’s always room for improvement. It’s on these road trips where we need to work the kinks out and play our best basketball. We should be ready to elevate the intensity and raise our game tomorrow afternoon when we play again.”

The Giants play the Southwest Warriors again tomorrow afternoon at 1:00pm at the Adamsville Recreation Center in Atlanta, Georgia as they conclude their two-game road trip. The team returns to Jacksonville following the game, and will play their next home contest at UNF Arena on January 3, 2015. The Giants will host the South Coast Fire at 7:30pm and will host two games against the Montgomery Blackhawks the following weekend, with their January 10 contest taking place at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

 

12-20-14: GIANTS move to 7-1 on the season
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Thursday, Dec. 20, 2014

 

GIANTS dominate from start to finish, move to 7-1 on the season

The #2 ranked Jacksonville Giants (7-1), controlled tonight’s game from start to finish, defeating the Jackson Showboats by a score of 145-95. The Giants saw a big contribution from many of their players tonight, as they combined for a whopping 36 assists and 20 steals against the visiting Showboats. Tonight’s win gives the Giants a 3-0 home record for the 2014-2015 season, and seem to be rolling on all cylinders. The game was contested at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in front of 3,000 fans, who were not disappointed with the strong effort put forth by the Giants tonight.

Tonight's leading scorer for the Giants was ABA All-Star and former MVP Jermaine 'Slim' Bell with 17 points, and he also added 6 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 blocks. Veterans Anthony Lumpkin and Jerrod Tucker played excellent games as well. Lumpkin led the team with 6 assists along with his 6 points, 2 rebounds and 2 steals, and Tucker picked up a game-high 4 steals to compliment his 4 assists and 5 points. Six Giants scored in double-digits tonight, including Elijah Smith (13 points, 6 rebounds) and newcomer RJ Wright (17 points, 3 steals, 2 assists, 2 rebounds).

“I think we still have a lot of work to do, even despite the big win,” said Giants head coach Kevin Waters. “We can play at a higher level, but we did a great job of passing the ball around, giving everyone a chance to see some points. I’m happy the fans got to see a great show tonight, but there’s always room for improvement. We’ll work the kinks out for tomorrow’s game.”

The Giants play tomorrow night at the Bob Hayes Legends Center in Jacksonville at 5 p.m. After the Christmas holiday, the Giants will hit the road for two games. On December 27, the Giants will play the Atlanta Aliens, followed by a game against the Southwest Warriors on December 28. The Giants next home game will be January 3, 2015 at UNF Arena.

 

12-13-14: GIANTS lose their first game of the season
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  Shreveport, LA
  Thursday, Dec. 13, 2014

 

GIANTS come up short in Championship Rematch - lose their first game of the season

The #2 ABA ranked Jacksonville Giants (5-1) played a hard-fought game on the road, but ultimately fell short of a victory against the defending National Champion and #1 ABA ranked Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks (7-0) by a score of 113-96. In their first matchup since last year’s National Championship Series, Shreveport hit over 50% of their three-point shots (15/28) to put the Giants behind early in the game. Shreveport has now won 61 straight games at home, and Jacksonville returns home with their first loss of the 2014-2015 season.

Trey Guidry led in scoring for the Giants with a career-high 31 points, hitting 5 of his 9 three-pointers in the game. He also contributed with 3 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals. Jerrell Houston added 16 points, 7 rebounds, 2 blocks and a steal for the Giants, shooting 8 for 11 from the field. Jermaine ‘Slim’ Bell posted a double-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks. Elijah Smith had a nice contribution off the bench, with 9 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist and 3 blocks all in the second half.

“A frustrating night for multiple reasons,” said Head Coach Kevin Waters. “They beat us on the offensive boards, they beat us on the perimeter, and they outplayed us for 4 quarters. We fell behind early tonight, and it’s tough to come back against a team of that caliber. We know what to expect from (Shreveport) when we play them again next month. We know where we need to improve, and we’ll be working on it when we return to practice on Monday.”

TThe Giants return home on Sunday and play their next game against the South Coast Fire on Wednesday, December 17 at Palatka High School. This weekend, the Giants will welcome the Jackson Showboats to town, as they take the court Saturday night, December 20, at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena and Sunday evening at the Bob Hayes Legends Center in Jacksonville.

 

12-11-14: GIANTS embark on showdown with #1 rival MAVERICKS
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014

 

Jacksonville determined to avenge Final Four loss in season’s biggest re-match

Coming off a pair of wins against the South Florida Gold (6-2), the Jacksonville Giants (5-0) are now heading to Shreveport, Louisiana. The team will depart this evening for what will be their biggest test of the season this Saturday night at 7 pm. The Giants, ranked #2 in the ABA Power Rankings, will face the #1 ranked Shreveport Mavericks in a championship rematch at Shreveport’s Hirsch Coliseum. This was the site of last year’s National Championship, where the Giants lost in heartbreaking fashion to cede the 2014 ABA title to the Mavericks.

Saturday night’s game in Shreveport will be webcast nationally Dec. 13 at 8 pm EST on ESPN3 and will be the second nationally televised game for the Giants this season. This past weekend, Jacksonville played their home opener in front of 4,508 fans at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, defeating the South Florida Gold in a Final Four rematch.

Team owner Ron Sholes commented on the trip and what the Giants need to do to bring home a victory. “Last year we lost the championship on the boards. If we've fixed that problem, I'm confident in Coach Waters’ back court and our defense bringing home a victory.” Last season, despite being outrebounded by more than 20 by the Mavericks in both games, the Giants were still only outscored by a combined two points during regulation play.

Coaches and players alike have big expectations for Saturday night, and expect to come home with another win. “They (Shreveport) have the bragging rights for now but we’re ready to change that,” said Giants veteran Kevin “KT” Thomas. “We have won championships before, and we can do it again, but we have to win out there in Shreveport to make a statement.”

Shooting guard Trey Guidry is excited to make his first trip to Shreveport as a Giant, as he is formerly from Louisiana. “It’ll be nice to head back out there, and I want to play hard and win one for Jacksonville,” he remarked. “Shreveport is our #1 rival and we can’t hold anything back, especially on their court.”

Head Coach Kevin Waters wants a win just as much as his players. “We have a mission for Shreveport, and we won’t be satisfied until we finish the mission. We were #3, now we are #2, and if we take care of business on Saturday night, we should move to #1, which is where we want to be come April. They know how to shoot, rebound, and score quickly. Our defensive presence will have to be picture-perfect for all 48 minutes, and it should be a tight battle.”

Jacksonville’s next home game will be on Wednesday, December 17 against the South Coast Fire at Palatka High School, followed by their next Veterans Memorial Arena game on Saturday, December 20 vs. the Jackson Showboats.

 

12-07-14: GIANTS vanquish S. FL GOLD again in 2nd rematch
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014

 

GIANTS win 2nd weekend battle against S. FLORIDA GOLD, 115-102

The Jacksonville Giants (5-0) finished off the weekend with another victory over the South Florida Gold by a score of 115-102. The #3 ABA ranked Giants were once again tested by the #2 ABA ranked Gold, but were able to build upa 20-point lead in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

The Giants have now won their third straight game against South Florida, and have put together a convincing case to move up in the ABA Power Rankings next week.

Sunday night’s high scorer for the Giants was Trey Guidry with 22 points while adding three assists.   Jerrell Houston continued to attack the paint throughout the game, and finished with 20 points and 7 rebounds.   Point guard Maurice Mickens had a strong game off the bench for the Giants,scoring 16 points to go with 3 rebounds and 4 assists.   Overall, five Giants scored in double figures for the second straight night.

“These guys have a lot of fight in them,” said Head Coach Kevin Waters.   “Coming back on Sunday to play the (South Florida) Gold isn’t easy, but they know how to play hard and play well when it matters. Really proud of Jerrell (Houston) for his play today and Trey (Guidry) was hitting his shots no problem.   We can’t sit on this win for long. We have Shreveport next week and these guys are going to be ready.”

The Giants take a road trip next week with a highly-contested game this coming weekend. The Giants will take part in a re-match of the 2014 ABA National Championship against the undefeated Shreveport Mavericks on Saturday, December 13.   Jacksonville vs. Shreveport, ranked #3 and #1 in the nation, respectively, will be televised nationally on ESPN3.com and will take place at the Hirsch Coliseum in Shreveport, LA.   You can see the replay of the game afterward by clicking on the REPLAY tab of the ESPN3.com page and finding the menu listing.

 

12-06-14: GIANTS over S. FL GOLD 116-103 in Final Four rematch
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014

 

Jacksonville wins Home Opener over strong rival South Florida GOLD

The Jacksonville Giants (4-0) added a big statement win tonight to capture their 5th consecutive home opener, defeating the South Florida Gold by a score of 116-103. In their first matchup since last year’s Final Four in Shreveport, Louisiana, The Giants have now won two straight against South Florida, and avenged their only regular season loss from the 2013-2014 season

With only an 8-point lead going into halftime, the Giants turned up the heat in the third quarter and held off a late South Florida rally to seal the win.   Tonight’s high scorer for the Giants was Jermaine ‘Slim’ Bell with 17 points, and he also added 9 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks. Former Jacksonville University player Delwan Graham posted his first double-double of the season off the bench, with 13 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals. Ty Thomas, a former player of the South Florida Gold, put up a solid stat line, with 13 points, 8 rebounds, and 2 assists. Overall, five Giants scored in double figures.

“It was a tough win tonight,” said Head Coach Kevin Waters. “Jermaine (Bell) came up big for us tonight on the boards. Delwan (Graham) and KT (Kevin Thomas) both did great driving the lane throughout the night. Lots of solid play from most of our guys tonight. A win is a win, and this win is a special one for our guys.”

The Giants play the South Florida Gold again at the Legends Center at 5 pm Sunday before leaving to play two games against the Montgomery Blackhawks. Next Saturday, Dec. 13, the Giants travel to Shreveport for a national championship rematch against the 2014 ABA Champion Shreveport Mavericks. The team is home again at Veterans Arena on Dec. 20 when they face the Jackson Showboats at 7:30 pm.

 

12-05-14: GIANTS score win over S. Coast Fire
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Saturday, Dec. 5, 2014

 

Jacksonville Giants resume winning ways - score dominating win over South Coast Fire

The #2 ranked Jacksonville Giants (6-1), bounced back in strong fashion tonight, taking a one-sided win over the South Coast Fire by a score of 120-87. The Giants hit 12 three-pointers tonight, which helped them break the game open early, jumping to a 60-36 halftime lead. Great defense by Jacksonville opened up a lot of 3-D opportunities, and they did a great job converting for the extra point. The Giants are now 3-0 in home contests for the 2014-2015 season, and have a lot to be proud of after securing a win tonight. The game was contested at Palatka High School in Palatka, FL.

Tonight’s leading scorer for the Giants was ABA All-Star Jermaine ‘Slim’ Bell, with 25 points. He also added 9 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block. Jerrod Tucker scored 15 points for the Giants off the bench tonight, hitting 3 of 6 three point attempts, and Jerrell Houston tallied 14 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists. Terry Fields scored 11 points tonight, and played strong defense tonight, leading the game with a whopping 7 steals for the Giants. Overall, 6 Giants scored in double-figures, including newcomers Ty Thomas (12 points), and Cameron Mitchell (11 points).

“Great overall team victory tonight,” said Giants head coach Kevin Waters. “We would’ve liked to keep the momentum going in the fourth quarter, but we’re happy with the win tonight. We played great defense, took advantage of our fast-breaks, and did a great job passing the ball around. It’s important for us to focus on the next game, and see what we need to improve on for Saturday’s game against the (Jackson) Showboats.”

The Giants play back-to-back games this weekend, on Saturday, December 20 against the Jackson Showboats at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The game will tip-off at 7:30 p.m. The two teams will square off again on Sunday at the Bob Hayes Legends Center in Jacksonville at 5 p.m.

 

11-28-14: Giants Collect Canned Goods for Outreach Ministry
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  Jacksonville, FL
  Friday, Nov. 28, 2014

 

Giants train over 150 youth basketball hopefuls, donate to UCOM food pantry

While most people were shopping for gifts, enjoying family, or sleeping off Thanksgiving delectables, the ABA Jacksonville Giants basketball team and Godspeed Elite Sports Performance (Godspeed) worked out to support the community.

Sarah Brakin, basketball coordinator for Riverside Presbyterian Church Basketball League, contacted the Giants and Godspeed Elite and asked if they would be willing to teach basketball skills in return for donated canned goods. She received an immediate “YES.”

Nearly 150 young basketball players turned out Friday, November 28, 2014, for the two sessions to train with the 2012 and 2013 National Champions Jacksonville Giants. Brakin could not believe the turnout and commented, “The kids love the Jacksonville Giants and respect the professional skills and experience of Godspeed Elite owner James Coleman.”

Coleman's Godspeed training center is the "OFFICIAL TRAINING SPONSOR of the Jacksonville Giants." Joe Miller, Vice President of the Giants, explained: “Our Giants players work out at Coleman's facility every week. According to our Head Coach Kevin Waters, Coleman and his team of trainers give the Giants a competitive advantage over other teams.”

The Jacksonville Giants will donate and deliver all food and cash donations to one of the Giants’ charitable partners, United Community Outreach Ministry (UCOM). Miller said, “For over 35 years, UCOM has owned and operated a food pantry in the historical church on Old St. Augustine Road just north of Emerson Street. UCOM’s commitment to giving is so outstandingly strong that they quietly do God's work without any concerns about recognition. In October, UCOM contacted the Giants and expressed concern that their food pantry was getting bare earlier than usual this time of the year. Their desperate need for help laid the foundation for the Giants' partnering with Riverside Presbyterian. Today's generous collection will be a timely contribution for UCOM’s mission. The Giants thank all these young athletes for their canned gifts.”

According to Brakin, the youths participating in today’s Black Friday event donated nearly 1,000 canned goods for this cause. “We're so proud of our team, the Jacksonville Giants, and Godspeed Elite Sports Performance, for their dedication to the City of Jacksonville and those less fortunate. What a terrific message to send in these tough times throughout the United States and the world. And, I am happy that our students are learning fundamental lessons from these organizations, such as it is better to give than to receive.”

The Jacksonville Giants, Godspeed Elite Sports Performance, and Riverside Presbyterian Church Basketball League thank Sacred Heart Catholic Church & School for use of its gymnasium for this charitable event. The Giants provided the church and school with complimentary tickets (purchased by Giants Sponsors) to its Home Opener on Saturday, December 6, 2014.

 

 


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