Elite Culture with Ashley Robinson – Eric Douglin Interview

Host Ashley Robinson is known internationally for being a basketball extraordinaire with experience in playing on the court, coaching, scouting, training, and organizing basketball events. Ashley is known for his presence in both the US as well as internationally across the globe. Elite Culture is a brand that Ashley has created that will take you into the world of Professional, College, Semi Pro, & International Ball and the politics, ups and downs, and business of the basketball industry. In this episode Ashley interviews founder of the WCBT Eric Douglin.

Elite Culture with Ashley Robinson – Robert Upshaw Interview

Host Ashley Robinson is known internationally for being a basketball extraordinaire with experience in playing on the court, coaching, scouting, training, and organizing basketball events. Ashley is known for his presence in both the US as well as internationally across the globe. Elite Culture is a brand that Ashley has created that will take you into the world of Professional, College, Semi Pro, & International Ball and the politics, ups and downs, and business of the basketball industry. In this episode Ashley interviews former NBA, G-League, & International Star Robert Upshaw.

Elite Culture with Ashley Robinson – Ashli Payne Interview

Host Ashley Robinson is known internationally for being a basketball extraordinaire with experience in playing on the court, coaching, scouting, training, and organizing basketball events. Ashley is known for his presence in both the US as well as internationally across the globe. Elite Culture is a brand that Ashley has created that will take you into the world of Professional, College, Semi Pro, & International Ball and the politics, ups and downs, and business of the basketball industry. In this episode Ashley interviews former Eastern Washington University baller and International star Ashli Payne.

Elite Culture with Ashley Robinson – Tim Bush Interview

Host Ashley Robinson is known internationally for being a basketball extraordinaire with experience in playing on the court, coaching, scouting, training, and organizing basketball events. Ashley is known for his presence in both the US as well as internationally across the globe. Elite Culture is a brand that Ashley has created that will take you into the world of Professional, College, Semi Pro, & International Ball and the politics, ups and downs, and business of the basketball industry. In this episode Ashley interviews former Baylor/LSU, D League (G League), and International star Tim Bush.

2020 The Basketball Tournament Highlights – Sideline Cancer Vs Boeheim’s Army

TBT’s only seven-time participant is now just two wins away from $1 million.

Maurice Creek led all scorers with 22 points, and Eric Thompson grabbed 18 rebounds, to lead Sideline Cancer past Boeheim’s Army, 65-48.

“I’m always going to be shooting it all the time,” said Creek, who made nine of his game-high 21 field goal attempts. 

It was the defense, however, which held Boeheim’s Army scoreless over nearly a 10-minute stretch in the second half, keying Sideline Cancer’s first trip to the TBT semi-finals.

“I’m proud of my team because we play defense,” said Marcus Keene, who scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds.  That’s what I take pride in, and what my team takes pride in. It starts on defense.” 

Creek maintained that Sideline Cancer believes in its chances, no matter what others are predicting.

“Everybody on this team believes,” said Creek. “Everyone picked against us against Team Hines and against [Challenge] ALS.” 

Eric Devendorf’s 14 points paced the offense for Boeheim’s Army, which shot just 30 percent.

Sideline Cancer advances to face four-time champion Overseas Elite on July 12th at 6:00 PM EST.

2020 The Basketball Tournament Highlights – Sideline Cancer Vs Team Hines

Sideline Cancer was the Cinderella team of TBT in 2019. If Marcus Keene’s offensive outburst on Sunday afternoon is any indication, another deep tournament run may be in the cards for 2020 as well.

Keene hit a 15-foot jumper to reach the Target Score and finished with a game-high 29 points as Sideline Cancer overcame a 12-point second-half deficit and defeated Team Hines, 93-91.

“We just had to figure each other out,” said Keene. “We knew the importance of each win (in TBT). We dug deep down inside and got the win.”

Keene went 12-for-22 from the field and added six rebounds and six assists in the win for Sideline Cancer, which advanced to the Wichita Regional championship last summer by defeating both Kansas and Wichita State alumni teams.

“We’ve been here before,” said Keene. “I felt like experience would come into play. We got stops, and we know how to play the Elam Ending. We knew [we couldn’t allow any] threes. We just had to get the ball back and see what happened.”

Brandon Paul (23 points, 13 rebounds) and Ethan Happ (20 points) paced the scoring load in the losing effort for Team Hines.

Sideline Cancer advances to face Challenge ALS on July 7th at 2:00 PM EST.