London Knights Press Releases

  • Knights at the Half +

    The Knights are 28-17 at the halfway point of the season. While the record is good enough to be tied for 2nd in the National East division, the team has been out of sort all season. Coach Shay and his staff have gone with multiple lineup changes and various game plans to try and jumpstart the magic from last year. So far it has been elusive. Instead the team has rely on their defence to guide them to wins. London is one of the top defences in the league, fifth in points allowed, third in both field goal and three-point percentage allowed. But the offence remains a mystery. The team is surprisingly a middle of the pack shooting-wise and almost Read More
  • Knights Start Slow, Fitzwater Traded +

    The season is almost a quarter of the way in and the Knights are sitting at a disappointing 8-8 record. The team has looked both brilliant and amateurish at times. Statistically, London is one of the better defensive units in the league but the offense has struggled despite scoring 101 points per game. Something has been off and the front office did not like what they saw. "At 8-8, its not the end of the world. I understand that Coach Shay and his staff want to try different lineups and game plans. Its his first year with the team and we understand that he wants to try different things. We are behind him 100%." said GM Lian While the general Read More
  • London Offseason Wrap up +

    The London Knights had a quiet offseason. In contrast to last year, when the team traded for Trevon Booth and moved up to draft Jose Owens, the only major move was re-signing Booth to a one year deal. Aside from that the Knights signed Lenard Harris, Todd McCormick, and Billy Johnson to fill out the roster. “Our major goal was to bring back Trevon. He was instrumental in helping us get to the finals last year and we expect the same this season. He’s a year older but he still has plenty of gas left in the tank. We were also able to pick up Lenard Harris to add depth to the front court behind Herschel, Jose and Jean. He Read More
  • Raymond Replaces Raymond in London +

    After guiding the Knights to their most successful season in franchise history, Coach Raymond Miller decided to retire one year into his five year contract. Rumors have been swirling around London that new owner Duce Venceslas was not thrilled with the team getting swept in the Finals and not winning the division. General Manager Lian might also be on the hot seat as his contract did not get extended. He will be on the final year of his contract. "I don't know where all the rumors about me getting fired is coming from. As far as I'm concern I am still the General Manager of this team. It makes sense for Mr Venceslas to take a wait and see approach. Read More
  • Knights Fall To Tritons +

    The Knights season ended in the Finals against the Tritons. It was a dominating win by Tampa Bay as the Tritons overwhelmed the Knights in a 4-0 sweep. Andy Teeters was his usual superstar self but it was center Rajeev Seifert that presented the most challenge for the Knights. London had no one to contain the 7'1" big man that was just as comfortable raining 3s as battling in the post. The Knights vaunted interior defense was gutted as Seifert drifted to the perimeter and drained jumpers after jumpers in front of Herschel Hofer and Jean Larry. Val Crumley tried to keep the Knights in the series but his 22 points, 8 assists and 8 rebounds average in the four Read More
  • London moves on to the Finals +

    London will represent the National Conference in the OBWL Finals this season. London defeated Arizona 4-2 to reach the Finals. It was a hard fought series as the electric duo of Harry White and Mark Marble caused all sorts of problems for the Knights. But in the end the team was able to pull out the victory. "Arizona is a great team. Tough defense, hard rebounders and two of the best scorers in the league. The series could have easily gone their way. I'm happy the ball bounced our way and that we moving on. We look forward to the next challenge and a chance to play for the championship." said Coach Miller Game 1: Playing at home in the Read More
  • London in Conference Finals +

    London got pass top-seeded Boston in the second round of the playoffs, winning the series 4-2. The Buzzards presented an unique challenge: one of the best balanced teams in the league, from 1 to 5 they were the most physical team in the conference, had one of the top defensive and offensive teams in the OBWL, and love to shoot the three. The Knights knew there were in for a tough series. Val Crumley and his teammates could not zero in on a single player like David Witherspoo and the Sharks in the first round opponent. Instead everyone needed to be discipline, because Boston can hurt you from every position. Added to that the Buzzards love to shoot 3s, something Read More
  • Knights Move On To Second Round +

    The London Knights are through the first round of the playoffs with a 4-1 series win over the South Florida Sharks. The series was much tougher than what the score indicated. The Sharks dominated the Knights during the regular season, winning 3 of 4 meetings and look to continue that by winning Game 1 105-96. London struggled to contain South Florida. MVP candidate David Witherspoo went for 30 points on 13 of 21 shooting. As a team the Sharks shot 48% and made 12 of 24 three-pointers. "We were struggling mightily in game 1. We came out flat and never got anything going. Give them credit, we just weren't prepared and couldn't match their intensity." said Coach Ray Miller With Read More
  • London Sends 3 to All Star Weekend +

    London was well represented during the All Star weekend. Val Crumley made his second All Star appearance as a backup to Arizona's Harry White. Crumley did not play much in the game. He only saw 2 minutes worth of action as the National defeated the American 165-151. Prior to the game, Crumley felt soreness in his ankle and the team decided it was best to limit his time. "I really wanted to play more but I didn't want to aggravate anything. My first thoughts are for my team and we're in the playoff chase so I didn't want to do anything to jeopardize that. It sucks cause guys were having a lot of fun out there on the court but Read More
  • London Midseason Review +

    The London Knights are 25-20 entering the All Stars break. The team started the season 1-6 but has recently turned it on, going 7-3 in the last 10 games. They now sit as the 7th seed in the conference. The Knighs are 4-2 since the trade for Herschel Hofer and Blaine Fitzwater and both the offense and defense look to have improved. The team is averaging over 100 points in the span while holding opponents to 90 or below in 4 of the games. Coach Miller: “When the trade was announced, there were some concerns that offensively we’ll take a step back. Matt was routinely giving us 20 points a game and one of the best shooters in the game. Read More
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