It was a quarter-to-quarter grind which eventually paid off for Ball Don’t Lie, outscoring Stampede in the first quarter by only six points, two points in the second, and two points in the fourth.
When asked who was the MVP of the game, Harrison stated, “We all play as one but Ellis played good, Ellis hit some big threes.” Ellis Einhorn led the way for Ball Don’t Lie, scoring 25 of his team’s 69 points, shooting 80% from the field and 75% from behind the arc.
Einhorn was joined by teammate Grant Rosenberg, who netted 17 points while hitting 50% of his attempts.
When talking about what to improve moving forward, Harrison continued, “Honestly nothing, I don’t see anyone beating us from this point on, we’re coming for the Ozone Boys.” Ozone Boys currently hold the sixth seed (3-3).
When questioned about what Ball Don’t Lie will have to do to pull off another victory, Harrison ended with, “A lot of passing around and we have to show up, we’re hot right now, don’t let us win three in a row because if we win three in a row, it’s over.” Ball Don’t Lie hopes to continue their two-game win streak next week.