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Scorers1st clients lead WBC Wels over Gussing 101 -63

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At Wels our three clients Ali Farokmanesh, Todd Brown and Quentin Pryor lead their team, together with Joe Werner, to  a win again after they lost their two previous games. With three dunks of Todd Brown and a threepointer from halfcourt of Quentin Pryor the Wells team putt an exciting performance on the hardwood. The final score was 101 -63 for the team of headcoach Peter Miller. Joe Werner posted 20 points, Quentin Pryor, 18 points and 6 assists, Todd Brown 15 points and 7 rebounds and Ali Farokmanesh 12 points and 3 assists.


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October 30, 2011 at 9:46 pm

DBL: Gerad Punch leads de Friesland Aris to third consecutive win

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In the homegame against Landstede Zwolle, Gerad Punch lead his team not only on the statsheet, but also on the court to their third consecutive win. The team from Zwolle was handicapped, missing Scorers1st client Nikki Hulzebos, Alexander de Sa and Harvey van Stein, but Aris started of strong taking a lead of 10-0 in the first couple of minutes after that. However the fighting spirit of Zwolle was admirable they never got really back into the game. Former Zwolle player Gerad Punch and his team controlled the game and whenever Zwolle got close he took over and showed his quality and experience closing the game at 79 – 68. Gerad ended up with 17 points and 6 rebounds and Scorers1st client Todd Brown helped him out with 14 points and 8 rebounds.

Todd Brown leads de Friesland Aris to second consecutive win

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In a game that had two faces, de Friesland Aris from Leeuwarden managed to pull away a win in Amsterdam. The squad from Leeuwarden scored only 20 points in the first half trailing with 14 at halftime. The young Amsterdam team came short at the end of the game. At the end of the third quarter they were still leading with 7, but after three minutes in the fourth quarter Aris tied the game at 50-50. With 1 minute on the clock the game was still tied at 58-58. When Amsterdam decided to put Aris on the line, they didnt choke and made 7 of the 8 free throws in the last minute of the game winning the game 61-65. For Amsterdam Scorers1st client Sergio de Randamie was the topscorer with 17 points and 6 rebounds. Aris was led by Scorers1st client Todd Brown who scored 19 points. Gerad Punch the third Scorers1st client contributed with 9 points and 8 rebounds from the guard spot.

Week 1 in the Dutch Basketball League

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This weekend the dutch basketball league started. This year 10 teams will compete in the dutch basketball league. The Gasterra Flames are the reigning champions and are looking for repeating their championship the upcoming season. However they didnt play this weekend since they were playing in Russia on friday in the qualification round of the Euroleague. This year there 8 of the 10 teams in the Dutch Basketball League will have one or more Scorers1st  clients aboard.

Zorgen en Zekerheid Leiden – Magixx playing for Kids Rights 87 -76 OT

The  most supsense game was the game of  Zorg en Zekerheid Leiden against Matrixx playing for Kids Rights. In this game we saw Scorers1st clients Ross Bekkering and Elias Bish battle each other in an overtime game. Last year this teams ended up at the 4th and 5th spot of the regular season and eventhough both teams changed their teams drastically, everybody expected a close game. In a nervous first half both team had trouble finding the basket in a consistent way which led to a half time score of 28 -27. In the fourth quarter it seemed that Zorg En Zekerheid Leiden would close the game when they took a 11 point lead. However Magixx fought back and in a tactical last 30 seconds they pulled out the overtime. In the overtime Scorers1s client Ross Bekkering dominated the paint and after a fast break power dunk smashed the hopes of the team from Nijmegen. Ross Bekkering contributed18 points and 13 rebounds and 2 blocks in this game.

De Friesland Aris – World Class Aviation Academy Giants 87 -76

This game was the game between de Friesland Aris, which was the biggest upset in the past season, when they reached the semi finals of the play-offs and the finalist of last year WCAA Giants. WCAA Giants couldnt use Tyler Tiedeman in this game because of an injury. De Friesland Aris had some injuries during the week, but the medical staff made sure during this week that everybody was ready to play. Scorers1st client Todd Brown had a good game posting 23 points, 2 steals and 3 assists. Gerad Punch made an important threepointer at the end of the game contributing 7 points to the first win of the season of de Friesland Aris.

Amsterdam – Eiffel Towers 45 -68

The young Amsterdam team had a rough start in week 1 of the Dutch Basketball League. The Amsterdam team consists of young talented players, where the Eiffel Towers team has a couple of  dutch national teamplayers aboard who have wide international experience. In the first couple of minutes Scorers1st client John Smith got injured and he will be out for several weeks. On the other side Jessy Voorn and Scorers1st client Sergio de Randamie tried to help their team to leave everything out on the floor in this difficult game. Jessey Voorn finished with 17 points and Sergio de Randamie with a double double 10 points/10 rebounds. On the Eiffel Tower side it was Rogier Jansen netted 16 points.

Landstede Zwolle – BSW Weert 82 -64

Landstede Zwolle opened their season in their new gym with more spectators than ever have attended a basketballgame in Zwolle. The new gym is a beautiful and should help Landstede Zwolle to get better exposure and more spectators than in the past. On this openingday Scorers1st client Arno Bunnig had to stay sidelined because of a injury. However thhe Zwolle team was so motivated that they blew BSW Weert away. The team of Herman van den Belt played composed and organised which let to a celebration on court after the game was over. Harry Marshall  netted 26 for Zwolle and Junior Hairston 16 for BSW Weert.

In the Press: McKinley’s Todd Brown will play pro ball in Holland

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Basketball started taking Todd Brown around the country when he was a kid winning AAU tournaments. Those travels continued throughout his memorable career at McKinley High School and then Wright State University.

“I’ve been pretty much everywhere in America,” Brown said. Starting next week, though, basketball will take him to Europe for the first time in his life. The 6-foot-5 Brown is headed to the Netherlands to play for De Friesland Aris, which is in Leeuwarden.

“I don’t even know what I’m feeling right now,” Brown said Friday while driving from Canton to Dayton to say goodbye to his college teammates and friends.  Click here to read more:

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August 14, 2010 at 9:27 pm

Todd Brown signs one year contract with De Friesland Aris

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Todd Brown, the shooting guard/small foward from Wright State, committed to de Friesland Aris in the dutch top league this week. With Brown, de Friesland Aris secured themself with a winner on their team. He is the only player in the history at Wright State that was part of a 20+ win season every of the four season he played at Wright State.  Furthermore he is the recordholder at Wright State in three point shots made. With his athleticism and versatility he is able to either shoot the ball or bring the ball to the hoop which makes him an offensive threat either way. His senior year he ended with 12,6 ppg and 4,4 rpg, shooting his 3pointers at 38 %.  Coming from a strong defensive program, he can bring a major defensive contribution as well. Scorers1st client Gerad Punch and Todd Brown will form the strong  backcourt of De Friesland Aris.

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July 29, 2010 at 6:32 pm

Todd Brown (Wright State) joins Scorers1st Sportmanagement

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Todd Brown the 6’5″ senior  guard/forward from Wright State inked with Scorers 1st Sportmanagement. Todd has scored over 1400 points in his career at Wright State and shot over 38% from three point range.

In his 4 years at Wright State he was an impact player averaging 23.4 min/game his freshman year and over 30 min/game the following three years. Playing all these minutes at the D1 level has made him a mature offensive player with a strong skill set.

He can score off the dribble as well as from a set position which gives him the ability to create his own shot. His full offensive ability has great upside as he played in a defensive system in college.

His gamefilm is available at

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June 11, 2010 at 9:17 pm