A Good Month for Ratliffe

The month of February was a great one for Ricardo Ratliffe and the Mobis Phoebus on the road to its third championship in three years.  The team ended the month 9-4 with Ratliffe being the catalyst while earning Round 37 player of the week honors.

In his third year with the team, Ratliffe is third in the KBL in scoring averaging 20 points per contest and first in rebounds snatching down 10 per game.  Statistically this is Ratliffe best output since becoming a pro in 2012 where he was able to capture two back to back championships with the Mobis.

The team has started out the month of March with a win against the ET Land and will take on the Sonic Boom KT March 5thwho have given them problems this year beating the Mobis twice out of the five times they’ve played.  The Mobis Phoebus will strive to maintain it first place record in the KBL to carry momentum into the playoffs next month.

Ratliffe eclipses the 1000 rebound mark and Named Player of the Week

In only his third season of professional play in South Korea, Ricardo Ratliffe has reached many accolades to put on his professional resume including two championships with the Mobis Phoebus.  This week, he was again named player of the week for round 15 where he tallied 28 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in a win against the KCC Egis.  Ratliffe also recorded a double-double as he scored 22 points and snatched 13 rebounds in a win against the LG Sakers.  In the same game, Ratliffe also surpassed the 1000 rebound mark for his young career. 

With last week's 85-77 victory over the Sakers, the Mobis clinched sole possession of first place with a 16-3 record.

Ricardo is averaging 17.4 points per game and 10.1 rebounds which are both top ten statistically in the Korean Basketball League.

25-year old forward Ricardo Ratliffe  had a very impressive game in the last round for league's best team Mobis Phoebus and receives a Asia-basket.com Player of the Week award for round 25.
He had a double-double of 28 points and 12 rebounds, while his team beat Goyang Orions (#4, 17-14) 86-79. The game was between two of the league's top four teams. It allowed Mobis Phoebus to consolidate first place in the South Korean league. Mobis Phoebus have a solid 25-6 record. Ratliffe has many years of experience at Mobis Phoebus, through which he has constantly improved. University of Missouri graduate has very impressive stats this year. Ratliffe is in league's top in points (6th best: 18.5ppg), rebounds (2nd best: 10.0rpg) and averages solid 1.9bpg and 64.2% FGP.


Taken from: Eurobasket News

Aug 18, 2014 - Ricardo Ratliffe continues his winning reputation by capturing the William Jones Cup with his South Korean, Phoebus Mobis team this past weekend.  The tournament was held in Taipei, Taiwan against other international teams.  The Tournament has been held annually since 1977.

Sunday the Mobis Phoebus defeated the hosting team from Taiwan. Ricardo and the Mobis  won in the championship game with only 7 players. Ratliffe averaged a double double in the tournament at roughly 25 points and 16 rebounds per contest and was named MVP of the tournament.  In the championship game,Ricardo tallied 26 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to seal the win.  He was also named to the all-tournament team.  The team will now return to South Korea where they will begin to prepare to defend their back to back championships.