7/15/15 JSBL Recap

7/15/15 JSBL Recap

Jul 16, 2015 News by Blake

Here are the highlights from both games last night at the JSBL:


To start off the evening, Horn Law was matched up against Larson Ford. Larson Ford is known for its great defensive prowess, athleticism and intensity, but last night Horn Law ignored all of that and just played their game. Joe Willman, one of the top performers of the evening, took advantage of his size and shooting ability, finishing with 12 points in the first quarter and scoring in a variety of ways, from pick-and-pop threes to fadeaway jump shots in the mid-post. Although, the game seemed to never get back into Larson Ford’s grasp, Kareem Collins and Jonathan Jones played exceptionally well, forcing turnovers and stops while also making plays for their team offensively. In all, Horn Law played solid and took advantage of their scoring ability and match-up advantages and won the game 110-80.

The second game of the evening was Seaview Jeep against T&T Coast. This game came down to the wire in an 81-81 tie. Brandon Hall drove to basket drawing the T&T Coast’s defenders and kicked it to an open Maurice Hart in the corner for 3, which gave them an 84-81 lead with 3 seconds left in regulation and ultimately won them the game. The end of the game was definitely exciting, and anyone who left early should be kicking themselves. The game was fast paced as the leagues leading scorer, Justin Robinson and T&T Coast’s Mason Jones went head to head. At times they two would go basket for basket, with Mason Jones making unbelievable above the rim plays and Justin Robinson using his elite quickness and ball-handling ability to create shots. If you were unable to come out last night you should try to make it tonight with NJ Tarheels who recently just won their first game go against Team Shore at 7:15 pm and that will be followed with Sterns Trailer going against Island Title.

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