Game 2 of the evening saw Swish Squad go to battle with Unruly.
Swish Squad was able to find their offensive flow early in the game while the shorthanded Unruly team was finding it difficult to put the ball in the net. Unruly were getting good looks but were unable to convert on baskets that you normally see them make. Give credit to Swish Squad for their efforts on both ends as they managed to control the glass against the opposing side and forced them to one shot possessions. When the final buzzer sounded, Swish Squad emerged with the 64-50 victory.
Milad Gulam, had another great offensive night as he wrapped up the game with 20 points and twelve rebounds to go with his three assists and two steals. Number one draft pick, Zac Bendahan, proved his worth as he accounted for 15 points and twenty rebounds while Mohamed Mahdi chipped in with 12 points and eight boards. Rookie, Joshua Nojedera had one of his best performances of the season with 10 points, two assists and two steals.
Tevin Goodridge lead his team in scoring with 19 points with eight rebounds but lost his cool towards the end of the game. Rookie of the year candidate Hamidou Ongoiba finished with 15 points, nine rebounds, three assists and two steals. Anton Olufayu contributed 11 points in the loss as well.
Next week Unruly (3-2) take on Mandem (1-3) while Swish Squad (3-2) will duke it out against Savages (1-2)