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Wolves Move To 8-2 On The Season With Win Over NC Capitals

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The Winston-Salem Wolves improved to 8-2 on the season with a win over the visiting NC Capitals on Sunday, April 28 by a score of 124-107.

The Wolves led throughout the game, despite the Capitals keeping within striking distance, cutting the lead to 6 multiple times, before the Wolves pulled away in the 3rd and 4th quarters to seal the win.

The win keeps the Wolves in the #1 seed spot for the playoffs, but with an upcoming game against the Fayetteville Panthers, the playoff seeding is definitely not set. The Wolves will have to close the final three regular season games as strong as possible in order to secure the best seeding.

Following the win, the Wolves will hit the road to face Fayetteville on May 11, before returning home on May 19 to face Kingdom Life Basketball Club.

For the current schedule and dates, visit the Schedule & Results page.

Note that the remaining home games are being played at the Forsyth Tech Community College campus, located at 1300 Bolton Street in Winston-Salem.

Winston-Salem Wolves Improve to 4-1 With Home Win

The Winston-Salem Wolves continued their pursuit of a repeat conference title with a win over the Carolina Chosen Lions, 128-117.

It was a tough game for the Wolves as they continue to be plagued by slow starts, and the team trailed for most of the game, despite a last-second three-pointer just before the half to take the lead. The Chosen Lions continued to hold a small lead throughout the third quarter, before the Wolves grabbed the lead in the fourth and maintained that lead for most of the remainder of the game. In the final 3 minutes, the Wolves asserted their will with multiple defensive stops and quickly built an 11-point lead to close out the game.

The win moves the Wolves to 4-1 on the season as the team remains on top of the ECBL Northeast Division, with Rowan County a close second.

The Wolves now face a tough road schedule, starting with back-to-back games at league leading PrimeTime Players in Rock Hill, SC and then facing the Fayetteville Panthers in Hope Mills, NC.

Although the Wolves have already faced Fayetteville once this season, this will be the first meeting between PrimeTime and Winston-Salem since the 2019 ECBL Championship Game, which PrimeTime won.

The Wolves will then face ECBL newcomer Kingdom Life on March 30 before returning home to face another power team, the DC Heat on April 30.

Wolves Win Season Opener At Home

The Winston-Salem Wolves began ECBL league play for 2024 at home on February 18 and secured a win against the SC Upstate Redhawks 141-116.

The Wolves, defending conference regular season champions, led throughout the game, which included a 14 point halftime lead following a last-second deep shot from guard Brandon Schlosser.

During the third quarter, the Wolves saw their lead dwindle to just two points as the Redhawks stormed back – however, the comeback was short lived as the Wolves deep shooting was too much for the Redhawks to overcome and Winston-Salem pulled away again in the fourth, building a double-digit lead that they never relinquished.

The win moves the Wolves to 1-0 on the season and is a great start in an attempt to make another run to the playoffs and conference title.

Home games for the Wolves are broadcast live on Tobacco Sports Radio and select AM/FM outlets.

The Wolves travel to Salisbury on February 24 to face the Rowan County Bulls.

Wolves Fall to Hickory on the Road


The Winston-Salem Wolves dropped their first ECBL road game of the season in a game which saw the team plagued by poor defense and lackluster offensive execution. Going into the contest, the Wolves coaching staff knew they would be shorthanded, with three of their available post players unavailable. Hickory was able to take advantage and execute more efficiently in transition to get the win.

Hickory built a lead in the first half before pulling away in the second and winning 147-116. The Wolves struggled to score for stretches during both halves and showed inconsistent defensive effort, despite glimmers of effectiveness. The lack of post play also hurt the Wolves, with Hickory outrebounding Winston-Salem 58-34, and despite being able to work the ball into the paint repeatedly in the first half, points inside were difficult to come by.

The leading scorer for the Wolves was Khadier Fulcher, guard, with 27 points, however the limited roster wasn’t enough to overcome the athleticism of Hickory.

The Wolves next look to bounce back on the road against the Carolina Chosen Lions in Winterville, NC on April 18 before returning home to face another division rival, Rowan County, on April 24 at home.

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Former Wolves Guard Brandis Raley-Ross Signs With TLU/Kalev

Brandis Raley-Ross, who played with the Winston-Salem Wolves during the 2019 season, has signed a new contract with Tallinna Ulikool/Kalev (Estonia) after playing last season in Hong Kong prior to the COVID-19 shutdown across the globe.

Raley-Ross played his college basketball for South Carolina, before starting a pro basketball career that is now in the 11th season, including stints in the NBA G-League.

Raley-Ross will join Emmanuel Wembi on the roster, who was an alternate for the Wolves Red Bull 3×3 tournament team in 2019. Be sure to keep up with all the former or current Wolves and their pro careers elsewhere on our ever-growing list of Winston-Salem Wolves players in the pros.

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