Sunday at the TSPL

The day was highlighted by a match up pitting Hassan Adams against Jesus Verdejo. The game came down to the final seconds in what was one of the best game of the league thus far.

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Adams came in representing UBS, while Verdejo fought for McMahon's Steakhouse. Adams scored the first six points for UBS. After a steal by Adams the lane was left wide open which gave him the opportunity to put down a big double handed slam-dunk. A fade away by Verdejo put his team within six points.

Former Wildcat Eugene Edgerson was able to keep the score in UBS' favor after he got inside to score. Adams then tipped in his own missed shot to keep UBS on top with the score of 22-11. Verdejo was outstanding from the free-throw line making good of all of his trips. Verdejo used outstanding footwork to get inside and cut the UBS lead down to only three points. A dunk by Adams ended the half with a score of 38-31.

After the break Adams picked up right where he left off with a reverse double handed dunk. However, under the leadership of Verdejo McMahon's Steakhouse was able to grab the lead after a huge dunk by Verdejo. Adams responded with a long jump shot that put UBS back on top by one point. Good passing by Verdejo was able to keep the game close.

An ally-oop to Adams from his roommate Josh Bitton put UBS on top by three points. Edgerson increased the lead to five points after he was able to get inside the paint. With 30 seconds left McMahon's was down by only one point. However, they couldn't capitalize as Verdejo missed a jumper. Verdejo may have missed the final shot of the game but he was still very impressive. He left the game with 36 points and Adams tallied up 37 points.

The second game of the afternoon was between Team Swoosh and Williams and Associates. Team Swoosh was being represented by Arizona's big man, Kirk Walters. Williams and Associates were being represented by incoming freshman J.P. Prince. Prince easily stole the show and when it was all said and done he racked up 44 points.

A hook shot by Walters gave Team Swoosh an early lead. Prince cut that lead down to just two points after a slam-dunk. Prince went onto score the next 10 points for his team. He used great ball handling skills to get inside time and again. At one point Prince even was able to get over Walters and score. At the half Williams and Associates led by 10 points with a score of 39-29.

A nice jumper by Prince got the second half up and running. Walters snagged a steal and followed it up with a dunk, but his team was still down by nine points. Prince continued to impress spectators by putting on a shooting clinic. At one point he knocked to a three-pointer from the volleyball line. The shot would have made Salim Stoudamire proud. Prince carried his team to victory with a final score of 80-71.

The final game of the afternoon pitted El Charro against M3 Moore Law Firm. El Charro was being led into battle by former Wildcat Kelvin Eafon. M3 Moore Law Firm was without a star player because Chris Rodgers could not attend the game. El Charro carried the lead for the bulk of the game. They were able to pull off a victory with a score of 66-57.

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