Little Elm vs Palo Duro
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During the Little Elm vs. Palo Duro basketball game, Little Elm was ferocious on defense, forcing turnovers and missed shots that led to many fast break points, immediately distancing themselves from opponents Palo Duro in the first quarter. Offensively, the team was unconscious from the arc and dominant on the offensive boards, which led to second chance points.
Late in the first half and late in the 3rd quarter, Palo Duro made a semi-valiant attempt to close the big scoring margin, but was met with more intense defense and even better open court and fast break execution. Palo Duro’s attempt to apply a full court press also failed, as the well-oiled machine of Little Elm seamlessly broke through the trap. Ultimately, sound defense, good shooting from the arc and disciplined execution on the fast break is what won the game for Little Elm.
On an individual level:
#3, DEVANTE PULLUM, 5’9”, Point Guard, JR
Pullum dominated the flow of the game offensively, beating his opponents off the dribble each time down the court.
#22, BRYAN OWEN, 5’10”, Guard, SR
Deadly from downtown
#1, BIRON JOSEPH, 6’5”, Guard/Forward, JR
Well balanced play, and great shooting. Came up big in the first quarter with a pretty intimidating shot block on defense.
#2, JALEN BRIDGES, 6’1”,Guard, JR
Bridges ran the floor well and made himself a great option on the fast break, from where most of his points came.
#32, ANTHONY EGWU, 6’6”, Forward, SR
Egwu is a shot blocking and rebounding machine
#10, KEWAN SLATER, 6’2”, Forward/Guard, SR and
#34, LAMONT WEST, 6’3”, Forward/Guard, SR
These two players contributed on both ends of the floor, providing disciplined defense, and rebounding and found players open on the fast break.
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