Tuesday night's matchup of Wall vs. Hodges got told by a lot of folks one sided. At Bull City we told both sides of the story. We gave Julius his props as he held his own against one of the premier point guards in the country. Hodges did his thing but Wall did get the slight edge as his team won and he hit the big jumpshot to ice the game.
The games were hot and heavy Wednesday night as well. Wednesday brought us four games instead of the usual three so the gym was packed early.
6:00 PM 20/20 vs. CEO Munny
This game started and it appeared that it was going to be completely one sided. CEO Munny is one of the few teams without a lot of star power. However it doesn't keep them from going hard. The game started close as 20/20 found it's way to the basket time after time. 20/20 was led by top UNC recruit James McAdoo as he looked virtually unstoppable. McAdoo made his way to the hole pretty much at will and he showed some pretty tough defense as well. 20/20 also had a strong offensive game from Charles "Sticks" Futrell. Sticks showed some athletic ability and a midrange game that is better than advertised. Defensively he always does a great job on big assignments but todays defensive anchor was UNCW big man Jeremy "Noodles" Harn. Harn had several blocks and made life difficult for CEO Munny around the basket.
James Zimmerman wasn't his usual self as he made several sweet assists, but his offensive jumpshot wasn't typical of what he does to his foes on most nights.
20/20 erupted for 20 unanswered to win by 22 points.