Sunday, December 20, 2015
BROOKLYN CENTER WENT UP AGAINST MINNEAPOLIS NORTH IN A BOYS BASKETBALL GAME
On Dec. 4 Brooklyn Center squared off against Minneapolis North in a boys basketball game.
North looked to push the ball down the floor and score baskets in transition. North’s Odell Wilson IV came up with some big rebounds.
North called a timeout with 16:12 left in the first half. The score was North 6, Brooklyn Center 0.
Brooklyn Center had a difficult time shooting the ball. The defensive pressure that North applied made it difficult for Brooklyn Center to make shots.
North was able to make layups in transition.
Brooklyn Center’s Lu’Cye Patterson came up with layups on the offensive end.
North’s Jaquan Sanders-Smith attacked the basket and came up with layups. His teammates did a good job of getting him the ball in spots where he could shoot it.
Brooklyn Center went to a full court zone defense. They wanted to make it difficult for North to make baskets.
Brooklyn Center called a timeout with 4:02 left in the first half. The score was North 37, Brooklyn Center 13.
North continued to attack the basket and come up with layups and mid-range jump shots.
At halftime the score was North 46, Brooklyn Center 27.
As the second half got underway it took a while for both teams get into an offensive shooting rhythm.
North took time off the clock as they swung the ball around the 3-point line. North’s Ahzerik Rodgers came up with layups.
North continued to some up with layups off steals.
North was quicker than Brooklyn Center. North was able to control the tempo of the game.
North came away with 85-60 victory over Brooklyn Center.