No Rebuilding Needed
Team Run N Gun got out to a quick 4 point lead by draining their first four shots. Three of those shots were 3 pointers. However, The Rebuild had an answer. It was a theme from both teams for almost the entire game. Neither team let the lead get out of hand. After eight lead changes, Chris Gunderson hit a 3 point shot giving Run N Gun a 6 point lead. But Arsenio Hall of The Rebuild answered right back with a triple as well. A few minutes later, Gunderson knocked down another 3 ball to increase the lead to six again. But the Rebuild squashed that momentum. Hall finished out the half with a three point shot and then found D.J. Combs open for another 3 which tied the game at 36-36 at the half.
In the second half, Pierre Harris of The Rebuild went to work. After making only one basket in the first half, Harris got things started with a 3 pointer early in the second. Hall added a triple to give The Rebuild a 5 point lead. But Run N Gun thwarted the momentum when Jake Maas drained a three right back. Harris hit three more 3 pointers for The Rebuild in addition to a few 2 point field goals helping The Rebuild build a 9 point bulge (60-51) with less than ten minutes remaining. It would be prove to be a lead that Run N Gun wouldn’t be able overcome. The Rebuild never lost the lead after that. Run N Gun cut the lead to five a few times, but that is as close as they would come as The Rebuild won by a final of 72-61.
Pierre Harris lead The Rebuild with 23 points of which 20 came in the 2nd half. J.R. Morris added 14 points and Arsenio Hall finished with 9. Run N Gun had 4 double digit scorers. Karlos McMurtry lead the team with 15 points. Ryan Flores added 13 points while Chris Gunderson and Jon Krumree dropped in 12 points each.