The third quarter was a completely different story as the Huskies continually started their offense with Nelson attacking the rim. He responded with a 19 point third quarter that featured a number of highlight jams including: a 360 on a break away, an alley-oop over two defenders on a backdoor cut, and finally a throw down over a would be power forward with authority.
With his highlight dunk quota filled, Nelson settled in with his long range jumper, nailing three 3-pointers which were all from or beyond the NBA arc. For an encore he also played some spectacular defense, flying in with some trademark rejections on the Oak Ridge post players.
On the season Nelson has averaged 33.8 points, 13.3 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 5.0 steals, and 3.3 blocks per game for the top ranked Huskies (4-0).