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This picture came out weird, but we liked it anyway. It is ServPro-1's Unice Washington burying a jumper against Baseline-1 in the '03 playoffs.
After a long summer, Baseline-1's Jason Howard feels the agony of defeat in the 2003 playoffs. Al Goodman is the leader of Squad Mundane, of the Wilkins Pro Am City Confernence B-league. Baseline-1 coach David Archer, resorted to using tips from his 3 year old daughter, Avery, in a desparate attempt to find an answer for ServPro-1 in the '03 playoffs. Tony Cook and Lamar Hudson fight for the ball against Team Georgia's Alex Adediren. Cook and Hudson played for Baseline in their early seaon loss to Team Georgia in the 2007-8 SEBL Independent season. Ben Elliott, seen here playing
for Berry College, competed
with GA Vikings in Wilkins Summer
League Pro Am in 2003
Bo Abney, has played for GA Vikings and Shorter in the Metro Conference of the Wilkins Summer Pro Am. He also competed for Franklin Ford, of the City Conference, in Summer of 2003. He is now a player at Berry College in Rome, Georgia. Brian Oliver, member of the famed GA Tech "lethal weapon 3", former NBA player (Sixers/Hawks), and long time Italian Pro League player, used the Wilkins Pro Am to stay in top shape a few summers. He was also a guest speaker for the Wilkins Youth Camps. Charles Burkett burned Baseline-1 for 35 points in the 2003 playoffs to put his ServPro team in the Title game. Kelvin Boyd took a turn trying to guard Burkett, who was "in the zone" on this night. Cedric Suitt, of Pepperdine University and who was briefly with the Sacramento Kings, played with Team Georgia in '03 Wilkins Pro Am Playoffs... Chez Watson, who played at West Georgia & Virginia, dishes the pass to a waiting Baseline player.
Chris Brock, former Kennesaw State player, is a long time Wilkins Summer League top performer for the Franklin Ford club, who have claimed the WSL B-League and COG Winter Titles and runners-up spots on numerous occasions over the last decade. Chris Morgan sets up the offense in the 2003 Woodland-Adairsville Alumni Game. Morgan played for the EW Stars in the City Conference and Baseline-1 in the Metro Conference of the Wilkins Pro Am. He is now a Freshman at Georgia State University. Corey Crowder, former NBA player (Spurs/Jazz) and long time European Pro, played for several summers in the Wilkins Pro Am League. Courntey Stanley, also a BaselineUSA/SEBL player, gets a slam at the Cass-Cartersville Legends Game in May of 2003, which is the kick off to the Wilkins Summer Pro Am. Courtney "baby shaq" Stanley, is a long-time Wilkins Pro Am All-star. Stanley has played in Wilkins Future Stars League, leading up to MVP honors in the Metro A-league in 2000 while playing for the Canton Jaguars, as well as for the Baseline-2 squad of the City B-League in 2003. He has also competed for the Rockers and Storm in the SEBL, and for the BaselineUSA tour team.
Darrin Hancock, a Georgia native and former NBA player (Jazz/Hawks), played in the Wilkins Pro Am a few years back. David Dunn, a 6'8" Center who played at Georgetown/Univ. Georgia and for many years professionally overseas, is a big reason ServPro is able to sustain its high level of play. He is a force in the middle. Derrick Broome, Univ. Alabama-Birmingham, played for Baseline-1 in the Wilkins Summer Pro Am in 2003. Edderick Womack, of Kennesaw State, and who was the Kosovo League MVP in 2002, holds the 2nd highest season scoring average in the Wilkins Pro Am Summer League. In 2001, he averaged 31.2ppg for Team Skyline. Womack also played for the SEBL Cartersville Storm in the Spring of 2002. Edderick Womack.
Eric Tutt looking to score. Tutt played at Calhoun Comm. College. Fernando Daniel played with Team Georgia
in 2003 Wilkins Pro Am Marcus Henderson misses this dunk in the 2003 playoffs, but believe he throws his share down. Isreal Gardner, 7'1", playing in Alumni game for Woodland HS. Gardner played for the Sixers in 2002-03 Wilkins Pro Am Summer League. Jackie Copeland, SerPro-1 player/coach, knew what was in store. His ServPro-1 team, a perennial powerhouse each summer, claim another Wilkins Summer League Title in 2003.
Jamal Johnson, former Clayton State Star and Wilkins Pro Am Player, is in England playing for the Worthing Thunder professional team. Jamie Reynolds drops one in... Baseline-1's Jason Howard, who played at Jacksonville State, threw down this reverse ally oop in the 2003 playoffs against ServPro-1. Though Baseline-1's season ended that night, Howard played his best season ever and gave the Wilkins Pro Am faithful some of the most memorable dunks in the 15 year history of the league. Jay Nelson, was traded from ServPro-2 to Cedartown in the 2003 City Conference season. But, he also played for ServPro-1, who won the 2003 Metro Conference championship. Former Osborne HS Player, Jeff Dawson, has gone on to play for South Georgia Tech and the Summer Hill Blue Devils.
Jamarl Bryant, ServPro-2, played at Middle Georgia College. Jamarl also played for several seasons with the BaselineUSA Exhibition team, as well as the Rome Gladiators of the World Basketball Association. Bryant tragically passed away in July of 2005 after suffering injuries in a car accident in Dothan, Alabama. Jamarl was inducted into the SEBL Summer League Hall of Fame in August of 2005. John Williams, ServPro-1, played HS basketball famed Farrugut HS in Chicago. Johnathan Reddell, a player at Berry College, played in the 2003 Wilkins Pro Am. Johnny Washington, a long time Wilkins Pro Am Player, has been one of the most versitile players in the league. He scores, he rebounds, he plays defense, and he is a leader. His teams have finished in the top 4 in the league the last three years. Jonathan Johnson, formerly of Cass HS & Lithia Springs HS, has played for years with the Knicks of the SEBL Summer League. He has played with South Georgia Tech and Iowa Western on the collegiate level
Julius Teal Kirk Feinswog, a Berry College player, played in the '03 Wilkins Pro Am. Marcus Woods goes up for two in 2003 City Conference playoffs. Marcus Evans, who played at Rhode Island, played for the Metro Stars in the Wilkins Pro Am in 2003. Melissa Bunce, Coverse College. When she is not handling things at the Summer League, she is busy putting up double-doubles at Converse College in the regular season.
Melissa Bunce, seen here keeping score, is an invaluable member of the Wilkins Summer League staff. She is a junior member of the Converse College women's basketball team. Mike Dean took MVP Honors in 2002 Wilkins Pro Am City Conference. Dean, who was at Univ. Georgia has now tranferred to Middle Tennessee State. Mike Linley dribbles the ball up the court. Linley, a member of Baseline-2 and Baseline-1, is now playing at TCC in Florida. Mike Reynolds sets up for a pass. Reynolds has come up through the Wilkins Future Stars leagues and led Cass High School to the AAA State Final four in the 2002-03 season. He has starred in the Wilkins Pro Am City B-League for the Sixers in recent summers also. He suffered a severe neck injury in a early season summer league game in '03 and is still recovering. Mike Linley runs the break for Future Entertainment against the Knicks-2 in the 2006 SEBL Summer League
Mo Williams, super guard for ServPro-2, played at ABAC. Jamario Moon, of the Toronto Raptors, played in the SEBL with the Rome Gladiators in 2005. Cedartown's Vernon Orr drives toward basket, as ServPro's Eric Tutt sets to block. Quan Martin, of Cedartown HS, has played with Cedartown of the SEBL B-League and Baseline of the SEBL A-League Conference. In 2007-8 he played at South Georgia Technical College. Ga Vikings Johnathan Reddell, playing here for Berry College
Rein Adams shoots the three for Adairsville Rod Ashmore shoots FT in for Franklin Ford in the 2002 Wilkins Pro Am City B-League playofffs. Rod moved to Baseline-2 and Baseline-1 for the 2003 season. ServPro Team Picture: Servpro won the 2002 Wilkins Pro Am City Conference Championship, making it their third straight title. They made it back to the finals in 2003, but with a depleted roster, lost to the Baseline-2 Squad. Shan Finley, ServPro-2 star, dribbles ball up for Mt.Olive Prep Academy in a 2002 Exhibition game vs. BaselineUSA. Shan has been a fixture for ServPro-2, and helped guide them to 4 straight appearances in the Wilkins Pro Am City Conference Finals. Shawn Goode, referee, gets another drink from Amy Archer.
Sixers off to a fast break in the 2002 Pro Am City B-League playoffs... Tad Wilkey, who plays for Adairsville Tigers in City Conference and Baseline-1 in the Metro Conference, crams one home! Tarvis Scott, who is just a junior at Adairsville HS, gets a monster slam in the Wilkins Pro Am City B-League playoffs for the Aville Tigers. The Ballers finished 2nd in the City Conference in 2002. TJ Printup Scores for Adairsville against Franlkin Ford in the Wilkins Pro Am 2002 playoffs.
Former Ga Tech player, TJ Vines, played in Wilkins Future Stars League while in High School, then later for Marietta Heat in 1998 in Pro Am Metro Conference. Tony Dorsey, a long time european league professional, has played in the Wilkins Summer League several summer also. Tony Rutland played with Metro Stars
in 2003 Wilkins Summer Pro Am Travis Floyd has played for the Knicks in the SEBL Summer League for many years. He has gone on to play collegiately for Atlanta Metro (juco), Trevecca Nazarene (naia) and Morehouse College (ncaa2). Vernon Orr and Eric Tutt battled the whole game in the Semi-finals of the 2003 Wilkins Pro Am City Conference B-League Tournament. Here Orr looks for an opening, as Tutt applies tough defense.
ServPro-1's Victor Saxton, who played at Central Florida and in Australia, went Retro for the 2003 Metro A-League Playoffs. Brett Ward, of Baseline-2 plays D on the Sixers Chris Harrison, in the 2002 Wilkins Pro Am City B-League playoffs. Servpro's Wesley Adams, played at Savannah College. Marcus Woods goes up for layin in 2003 playoffs.