On Monday, April 14th the Rochester Razorsharks won their fourth PBL title in franchise history after defeating the Indianapolis Diesels 112-84.
This was the Razorsharks first championship title since they swept the Lawton-Fort Sill Cavalry in 2011. Jerice Crouch was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2014 PBL Championship. He averaged 21-points per game, had 12 assists and seven total rebounds.
"This is a great win for the players and the fans in Rochester," said Dr. Sev Hrwynak, owner of the Razorsharks.
Game three was played in front of a crowd of 3,500 people and the game was televised nationally on Soul of the South network.
Fan Dedication Chuck Garvey (left) and his friend Paul Malles (right) drove 1,400 miles to see their favorite PBL team, the Rochester Razorsharks in game two of the championship series in Indianapolis.
Garvey has been a season-ticket holder for three years now and has seen some great talent come through, but he felt especially good about this year.
"This year's Razorsharks team is the best team I've seen in the past three years."
He's the MVP Jerice Crouch- Razorsharks
Jerice Crouch was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2014 PBL Championship series. He averaged 21-points per game, 12 assists and had seven total rebounds in three games.
"I'm just super happy for our team and our fans. To bring a championship back to the city of Rochester is amazing for shark nation. It's an honor to be named MVP but it's a credit to my teammates for allowing me to be their leader on and off the court," stated Crouch.
Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest came out to support his brother Daniel Artest and the rest of the Indianapolis Diesels in game two of the championship series.
The Diesels ended up winning 103-99 after alate comeback with 70 seconds left.
Metta World Peace is one of the more famous basketball players of the past decade. He won his only NBA championship in 2010 with the Los Angeles Lakers.