Tuesday, December 29, 2015


On Dec. 19 Brooklyn Center and Spectrum squared off in a boys basketball game. Brooklyn Center pushed the ball down the floor and looked to score baskets in transition.

Spectrum started the game in a zone defense. They wanted to force Brooklyn Center to shoot 3-point shots which they did.

Brooklyn Center’s Deshawn Pickford came up with layups and jump shots in the first half. His teammates did a good job of getting him the ball where he could shoot it.

Spectrum had a difficult time making shots early.

Brooklyn Center came up with defensive rebounds and were able to make layups on the offensive end.

After a slow start by Spectrum they started to make shots. Brooklyn Center kept attacking the basket.

At halftime the score was Brooklyn Center 46, Spectrum 36.

Spectrum’s Zach Knollenberg was all over the floor on the offensive end. He stepped up and knocked down mid-range jump shots and layups throughout the contest. The defense had a difficult time slowing him down.

Brooklyn Center continued to push the ball down the floor and score layups in transition.

The Brooklyn Center’s defense stepped up and was able to slow down the Spectrum offense.

Spectrum came out sluggish to start the second half. They were not able to make shots that they put up.

Brooklyn Center was too much for Spectrum in the second half. Spectrum had a difficult time shooting the ball.

Brooklyn Center came away with the 91-70 victory over Spectrum.

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