Just a little mid-season heat from the Wolves, despite a tough record so far, the Wolves continue to get back in the groove during a COVID-shortened season.
One of the bright spots among the early season woes for the Winston-Salem Wolves has been the rapid returning-to-form of forward Dionte Adams, who struggled from the free throw line in the home opener, but returned in his second game to shoot 10-12 from the line. Adams was the second leading scorer for the Wolves in Sunday’s loss with 20 points to go with 6 rebounds.
The Winston-Salem Wolves return to action April 2021! Preseason rosters will be announced late March, followed by team events in Atlanta and locally in Winston-Salem. The ECBL season for the Wolves tips off April 10, as well as additional non-league games.
During the summer, the Wolves will participate in the Triad Pro-Am, the Red Bull 3x, and the new Beast League. Stay tuned for more news in the near future!
Joshea Singleton, 6’4″ guard for the Wolves and ECBL All-Star, was instrumental in the Wolves’ 2019 run to the title game and now has moved to play this winter in VBET-A (Albania) for BC Dviv. Singleton can play multiple positions including PG, SG and SF and electrified Wolves fans with his high flying dunks and smart play. Singleton is settling in with BC Dviv, scoring 22 for his new sqaud in his most recent outing.
Joshea’s games can be watched online, streaming on YouTube live and on demand form Vivaro News.
Be sure to keep up with all of the current and former Winston-Salem Wolves in the Pros!
The Winston-Salem Wolves have announced that Khadier Fulcher, PG, has been resigned for the 2020 season. Fulcher was a 2019 ECBL All-Star and was a crucial player for the Wolves historic inaugural run.