Posted On: 11/24/19 6:00 PM
It was a fast-paced game all night long as North Mahaska traveled to Grinnell and saw the hosts prevail, 95-75. Grinnell made 20 3-pointers on the night as they reinvented their offense to play to the strengths of their players. They are about nine players deep on the bench who can really shoot the ball and that was evident on Saturday evening. They full-court pressured the ball and looked to shoot the 3-pointer when they were open and as quick as possible. This led to them attempting more than 45 3-pointers in the game. North Mahaska did a good job of defending at times but the constant motion on the offensive end and the pressure by the guards defensively quickly tired out North Mahaska. There were a ton of very good performances from players on both teams and we look at the five best stat lines and five takeaways that came from the game on Saturday below.
Grinnell Will Win if They Continue This Playstyle
Grinnell came out and played a modified version of "The System" and it worked really well. While they didn't try to jack shots up at the earliest opportunity, there