Almost halfway through the season, Week 4 of the BIG3 summer professional league starts off on Saturday afternoon. Enemies captain, Gilbert Arenas, will be leading his third-ranked team against the big men of the Aliens squad.
How to watch?
All games will be on CBS and the CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) throughout the afternoon. In the D.C. area, the CBS station is on WUSA-TV, or Channel 9.
Where and what time on July 13?
First game will air at 12 p.m. in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.
Who is playing?
Ghost Ballers vs Power 12 p.m. ET — The Power look to bounce back after being dethroned off the top spot last week losing to Trilogy, who hadn’t won a game at one point. And Cuttino Mobley hopefully will get going after only scoring six points. In that game also, Glen Davis was ejected after arguing a foul and even started stripping. He’s been suspended for one game.
Glen Davis argues a call, gets ejected, climbs into the crowd to thunderous applause, strips down to his underwear, and throws his clothes into the crowd. Only at @thebig3... pic.twitter.com/X2CRQLFyNM— Big3 N3ws (@Big3N3ws) July 7, 2019
As for the Ghost Ballers last week, they couldn’t get the job done against the Enemies behind Craig Smith and the game winner from Gilbert Arenas. Highest scorer for the Ghost Ballers was 13 points from Ricky Davis.
Aliens vs Enemies 1 p.m. ET — The big men of the Aliens look to crowd the Enemies, but it’ll be tough especially with Royce White finding Gilbert Arenas in the corners for three points every time.
AGENT ZERO!! Once Gilbert Arenas heated up, there was no stopping him thanks to incredible assists by Royce White pic.twitter.com/zjuH8pQ3qy— BIG3 on CBS (@thebig3) July 7, 2019
Big guys for the Aliens such as Greg Oden, Brandon Rush, and Ryan Hollins hope to use their length to block shots and crowd the paint.
3’s Company vs Ball Hogs 2 p.m. ET — Both teams have not won a game, but that’ll change come Saturday afternoon as either 3’s Company or Ball Hogs will come out victorious. Former Wizard and co-captain DeShawn Stevenson could use his three-point skills to get a win for his team.