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Last weekend could be pivotal in our season
11:32am Thursday 13th February 2014 in Sport
I THINK the back-to-back wins at Plymouth Raiders and Cheshire Phoenix could be a defining moment in our season.
We played some of our best basketball as a team this season in winning 93-63 at Plymouth and 105-94 at Cheshire.
The way we applied ourselves in both games was indicative of what we have been doing all season long but we were more determined than in the past.
It was a weekend that we had highlighted and I think we will look back on it at the end of the campaign as being pivotal.
What pleased me more than anything was the contributions from our bench players such as Jamal Williams, Daniel Belgrave and Kalil Irving.
They made those games much easier than they might have been because they scored 30 points between them.
In the past that has been lower so it makes a huge difference. Our big three players - Will Creekmore, Alex Owumi and Zaire Taylor - score upwards of 50 and 60 points but it's important that everybody chips in.
If we can get 30 points from the players on the bench it makes us a much tougher team to beat.
Although we take things one game at a time, having won 11 in a row is quite a feat in itself. There have been some really tough matches in that run as well as some that we have made easier for ourselves.
We have got a little bit of a cushion at the top of the table but we are not looking at that. All we can do is look at the next game and what will be will be.
That is against Glasgow Rocks tomorrow (7.30pm) and we won't be taking them lightly.
We haven't gone out expecting to beat any team this season, we have treated them with the utmost respect and done our homework, regardless of what people think the score should be.
Glasgow have had a difficult time this season but on their day they can beat teams. They have beaten Sheffield Sharks already and ran Newcastle Eagles close so they are not to be taken for granted.
The match has been moved to the our hold home at the sports centre on the University of Worcester's St John's campus because of the flooding affecting access to the University Arena.
Training has been a bit patchy because of the floods but we are in good spirits. We also train at the sports centre once a week anyway so it's not as if we won't be familiar with the court.
I would imagine it will be a full house and hopefully we will create a good atmosphere.