Warner Robins boys basketball to host Brainbridge, Veterans back to back

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WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Warner Robins (16-3) boys hoop squad has two big-time games coming up.

The Demons host Bainbridge (12-10) on Friday and Veterans (19-1) on Saturday.

Although the Demons are coming off a 56-54 loss to Harris County on Monday, they’ve won 11 of 12, and four of their last five games.

They’re 16-3 on the season, and 4-3 in their region .

The Demons have yet to taste defeat at home, where they’re 5-0.

Warner Robins took down Bainbridge 49-43 on January 11.

Here’s Warner Robins head basketball coach Jamaal Garman on how they can pull out another win.

THE COACH 

“It’s going to take us playing hard on the defensive end, and executing on the offensive end,” said Garman. “They played us very tough the first time we played them, so this game we expect the same thing, but we’re at home this time.”

The Demons face the Veterans Warhawks on Saturday, a team they lost to on January 10. Coach Garman talked about what his squad must do differently to win this one.

“Just really, really concentrate on the smaller things during the game. We have to take care of those things first, and then hopefully those results at the end of the game will add up to what we’re doing. You definitely have to match their intensity. Match their energy as well, so it’s going to be a good one on Saturday as well. But let’s get done with Friday first.”

 

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Montezz Allen joined 41NBC as a sports reporter in 2019. He was born and raised on the West Side of Detroit, Michigan, but spent seven years in Chicago, Illinois. While there, he worked as a Sports Anchor at NCTV17, a Sports/News Reporter at Urban Broadcast Media and an Assistant Producer at WBBM-AM Newsradio — the No. 1-ranked news radio station in Chicago. He also made frequent guest appearances on WCIU's "The Jam" and The D & Davis Sports Radio Show at "670 The Score." He graduated from Oakland University — located in Rochester, Mich. — where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in 2012 and then earned a Master of Arts from DePaul University in Chicago in 2014. He's the first person out of his immediate family to achieve the feat of earning a college degree — let alone two of them. He's extremely proud of that. Tezz has a strong love for the game of basketball. He played most of his life. It's his passion. He admits that he's a Kobe Bryant fan and believes the "Black Mamba" is the second greatest player of ALL TIME, hands down. In his spare time, Montezz loves to workout, travel, shop for the latest fashion and spend time with his family. Tezz is excited to be in Middle Georgia, and is looking to tell the best sports stories he possibly can. Don't hesitate to hit him up at mallen@41nbc.com.