Nine games take place over two days on a busy weekend in the BBL with four teams still searching for a first win of the season.
Glasgow Rocks have made an 0-2 start having been beaten by DBL Sharks Sheffield and Esh Group Eagles Newcastle in their opening two games.
Martez Harrison is a newcomer to the league this season and as he settles in to life in the BBL, the American guard is not concerned with the way his team have started.
“It’s been a pretty good adjustment [for me] especially after the first couple of games,” he said. “So, I’m excited for what’s in store.
“I think that we just have to be better defensively and offensively less turnovers for our team will help us tremendously.
“We will be fine, though – it’s early and we have learned a lot about ourselves in these first couple weeks of the regular season and I think we will be better from it.”
The Rocks are on the road on Sunday as they face a Cheshire Phoenix side buoyed by their dramatic opening victory last weekend.
Meanwhile, there’s a huge top of the table clash at Sport Central between two unbeaten sides as Newcastle host London Lions with both currently 3-0.
One 0 has to go! ??
— BBL (@BBLofficial) October 13, 2017
The BBL Cup also starts this weekend with the Lions quickly changing their focus as they welcome Leeds Force to the Copper Box Arena in their First Round clash on Sunday.
Before then, Bristol Flyers take on Cheshire Phoenix tonight with Worcester Wolves going up against Manchester Giants to start the competition.
— Worcester Wolves (@BBLWolves) October 13, 2017
Plymouth Raiders picked up their first league win last Sunday and they face a testing double-header as they entertain Leicester Riders on Sunday having lost the last 18 meetings following from tonight’s visit to Sheffield.
Leeds have a chance to get off the mark this evening when they go up against Surrey Scorchers – who have dropped their last two games.
The Scorchers are involved in another double-header this weekend as they also have a home game with Worcester on Sunday as they aim to improve upon their 1-2 league record.
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