Glasgow Rocks captain Rob Yanders has admitted he’s glad the club’s nightmare run of away games has come to an end following Friday’s 85-75 loss to Sheffield.
The Kelvin Hall outfit have not played at home since the opening weekend of the BBL season after being turfed out to accommodate a snooker tournament.
However the Rocks, who have won just two of their opening five fixtures, will be back at their base for next weekend’s crucial Cup clash against Cheshire and the Milwaukee-born guard wants it to spark a move up the standings.
“Not being at home is something you get used to but it’s been different for the rookies,” said Yanders. “You get used to one place and it helps settle you into a routine. But now we’ve split our spell on the road. It’s up to us to take advantage when we have a bunch of games at the Kelvin Hall and make them count.”