Gibbons T.O.C.: Day 3 Rundown
Indiana Elite began the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions as the top seed. The squad, which is now a whopping 32-2 for the spring, was crowned champions after dismantling an injury-riddled King of the Court by 21 in the finals. An interesting side note is how each team dealt with injuries the entire weekend. The most severe blow was handed down to Elite which lost do-it-all wing DeAndre Liggins to a broken foot at the tournament's inception. KOTC lost Korie Lucious after the semis and Anthony Crater may have broken his hand in the same game. Enter Tyler Zeller. Elite conserved his energy and minutes throughout the weekend and in the end he was most fresh in the title game. Zeller scored 13 points and ran the floor with amazing grace and purpose for a player his size. Zeller's big game came against a big time player in Kenny Frease who set the tone early with a strong message to Zeller's sternum on the opening possession. The two big fellas played with spunk, especially for...
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