Neither team shot the ball well from the field with Stealth shooting 33.9% from the field and the Grim Reapers shooting 36.1% from the field. It can also be said about their three point shooting, but Stealth did connect a slightly better percentage and made 6 more than the Grim Reapers. On the glass, the Grim Reapers dominated, but Stealth counteracted that with their good ball handling, turning it over 5 times compared to 13 times by the Grim Reapers.
Leading the way was Sadri who finished with 31, but don't forget about Anthony Guada who had a great all around game with 16 points, 11 rebounds, 8 assists and 5 steals. Deon King also chipped in with 11 of his own. Stealth now has hope at getting into the playoffs with this win and should look to win atleast 2 of the next 3 to secure a playoff seed. Next up for Stealth is the Wolverines, who they play this Sunday @ HoopDome.
This is a devestating loss for the Grim Reapers. For whatever reason, they just can't beat Stealth, both times losing my 1 possession margins. A bright spot for the Grim Reapers was the play of Brian Owusu who reached a personal best with 18 points and Jozef Hadlaw-Murray's 8 points and 18 rebounds. They now sink to 2nd spot, 1 game back of SWAT and will hope to put away the Blue Devils this Sunday @ HoopDome.