LEVEL Basketball – Game 7 (68-42)

Writen by: Hank Wethington

Posted on 20 April 2011


Ball Hogs Have Problems Hogging the Ball

(For Immediate Release)

Pismo Beach, CA –  There was another sold out crowd gathered at Judkins Arena tonight to watch LEVEL continue their quest for basketball glory.  However, it was apparent that some members of the crowd were confused when entering the arena.  There was a rumor afloat that the gym was hosting a modeling shoot.  The confusion was quickly cleared up when they realized that they were here to see a shooting model.

Kasey “Do They Call This a Zone” came out of the gates with a hot hand, knocking down long range jump shots early and often to give LEVEL a comfortable lead.  It was quickly apparent that the zone defense featured by the Ball Hogs was not up to the task of stopping the high octane LEVEL offense.  Getting into the zone-busting action in the first half were Tom “Chief Executive Offender” and Troy “I Miss My Beard.”  When LEVEL did miss its outside shots, Aaron “The Rebound Baron” was there to clean up the mess.

In the second half, LEVEL showed why some are calling them the best defensive team the league has seen since the late 80s.  The defensive effort was spearheaded by the pestering 30-something backcourt defense of Paul “I Just Took Your Wallet” and Miguel “I Just Took Your Pride.”  A number of steals by the two guards led to easy points on the other end, proving once again that good defense leads to a better offense.  The tough LEVEL defense led to some frustration on the part of the Ball Hogs, causing the Ball Hogs to set a handful of illegal screens late in the game then went uncalled by the referees.  Hank “The Pulsating Forehead Vein” Wethington let it be known that LEVEL did not appreciate the illegality, leading to a quick apology from the Ball Hogs.

Miguel capped off his MVP night by feeding a fastbreak alley-oop pass to Phil “I Believe I Can Fly” that brought the crowd to its feet and the Ball Hogs to their knees.

We Are All Witnesses

“When Miguel threw the ball up to me, I didn’t have much time to decide between my 360 and my windmill dunk,” explained Phil.  “I decided to go with my windmill.  Judging by the crowd’s reaction, I made the right choice.”  To see more high-flying antics, you can catch LEVEL play the Stuntmen next week.

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