Monday, April 11, 2011


Minnesota Fury took on ECI prospects in a boys’ basketball game. ECI got off to a quick start as they
gained a 6-3 advantage with 12:28 in the first half.

Minnesota Fury looked to get the ball into the hands of Andre Travaris McDonald. McDonald was all
over the court. On the offensive end he took the ball hard to the basket. He was able to find his shot and
shoot the ball in transition.

Minnesota Fury switched between man-to-man and zone defenses. That gave ECI some problem trying
to figure out how to guard them.

ECI looked to get the ball into the hands of Kelvin Mackey. Mackey did a good job of getting the ball
out of the net and getting it up the court. He knew where his teammates were on the court and was able
to direct them to where they were supposed to be.

ECI got everyone involved in the plays. They moved the ball around the three-point line well as they
tried to take as much time off the clock as they could.

Will Johnson for Fury got his teammates involved in the play. Fury used a lot of motion offense.

At halftime the score was Fury 36 and ECI 32.

McDonald lead the pack in the second half. He took a good charge and went after the ball.

The score went back and forth throughout as neither team was able to go on a run.

Tyler Moore for Fury knocked down some deep three-point shots.

Minnesota Fury came away with the 67-60 victory over ECI.

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