Glasgow Rocks forward Mike Crowell has insisted that his side is winning on the court because they’re spending more time bonding off it.
The Kelvin Hall outfit’s five victories in a row – by an average of 19 points - has opened up the possibility of pushing for second place – and receiving home advantage in the BBL play-offs.
And Crowell reckons the way in which the Rocks worked their way together through some tricky early season losses is now paying dividends.
The American said: “The chemistry is coming together and that’s why we’re winning right now. Plus we’re defending better and that creates a better offense in turn. We’re stopping teams, making it difficult for them to score, and that’s why we’re getting easy wins. But it’s not easy to accomplish. We’ve worked hard to get here, sweating it out every day.”