Oct 28 2010 By Jordan Costello
GLASGOW ROCKS player coach Sterling Davis admits their two-week break couldn't be coming at a worse time.
Davis's men bounced back to form by picking up two wins over the weekend.
The Rocks served up a thriller to beat Worcester Wolves 81-79 at the University of Worcester.
And they followed up that superb result on Sunday by thumping Plymouth Raiders 87-75 at the Pavilions.
Now the Rocks have two weeks before they play Mersey Tigers.
Davis said: "The two wins were great for morale and it was vital to get some more points in the league.
"They were good victories for the guys as we needed to get back into a winning habit.
"We now have two weeks off, which actually doesn't help us coming off the back of two wins.
"But we'll just try and keep the same mindset for the next fixture."
The match against Wolves saw the Rocks come from behind as points from EJ Harrison, Nick Livas and Davis saw off Wolves.
Both teams took time to find offensive rhythm but it was Rocks who shifted through the gears as they rattled in eight of the last nine points of the first quarter to lead 19-13.
At the midway point of the second quarter, Paul James's team launched a 9-3 burst and they secured a 42-39 advantage.
But the Rocks battled back and with Davis and Harrison in inspired form they nicked the win.
On Sunday, Davis' boys continued their mini-revival against Plymouth. Davis, Mike Copeland, pictured, and Moses Mubarak helped them take the game.