newsclines 29 points lead richmond 84 75 win fellows ekeren

Cline’s 29 points lead Richmond to 84-75 win over Fellows Ekeren


richmond spidersSenior T.J. Cline scored 10 of the Spiders’ first 12 points en route to a 29-point output and an 84-75 Richmond win over Fellows Ekeren in Antwerp, Belgium.

Cline shot 11-of-13 from the field, including two three-pointers to open the game. He also grabbed four rebounds and had five assists in the victory.

ShawnDre’ Jones scored 14 points with seven assists. Julius Johnson and Khwan Fore each added 10 points apiece. Fore also had five rebounds.

Freshmen Nick Sherod and De’Monte Buckingham scored eight and seven points, respectively. Kwesi Abakah and Grant Golden came off the bench to each grab six rebounds.

Richmond led 22-7 after the first quarter and 47-19 at halftime.

The Spiders will be back in action on Thursday, with a game in Weert, Netherlands.



Have a story idea or a news tip? Email editor Chris Graham at [email protected]. Subscribe to AFP podcasts on Apple PodcastsSpotifyPandora and YouTube.

Latest News

PATCH summer camp harrisonburg police department

Summer camp gives teens behind-the-scenes look at police department, teaches five core values

ivy creek foundation logo

June Ivy Talk to focus on African American cemeteries in Central Virginia

The June Ivy Talk will focus on African American cemeteries in Central Virginia as well as information crucial to the stories of the Black families who lived and worked in the area for hundreds of years.

albemarle county police department new officers

Albemarle County Police welcomes five new officers to the department

Five recruits have now graduated from the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Academy and are now part of a new class of officers joining the Albemarle County Police Department.

deflated basketball

Virginia Athletics doesn’t want to play a serious NIL game: How this affects UVA hoops

vsu bulldozer damage

Petersburg man in custody after stealing bulldozer, going on rampage

vietnam war memorial

Remembering Americans: Parents mourn hero son killed in Vietnam in 1968


Fredericksburg Nationals make it three in a row, defeat Salem Red Sox, 8-5