Out of the blue about a week ago I was asked by 27OutsBaseball.com to shoot the Reno Aces… we’re very late in the season so I’m only able to get to one game, here are some shots from last nights game. Reno battled back from being down to win 6-5. The five game series continues with a double header on Saturday and a game Sunday and Monday… and the Aces are having fireworks after! They put on a good fireworks show!!
With nothing on the line but pride (Reno has been eliminated from a playoff opportunity), the Reno Bighorns let the legs of “The System” run on the Bakersfield Jam and they ran away with a victory 131-105. The Bighorns looked to be running on all cylinders with Coby Karl and David Stockton both recording triple doubles (both with 26 points)! Dar Tucker led the Bighorns in scoring with 29 points. Sim Bhullar contributed 19 points and five blocked shots. What a great “last of the season” home victory for the Bighorns!
Here are some image from the night. I set up two remotes tonight, one in the catwalks above and one behind the backboard. I’m a little sad to see the season come to a close, seems like it just started… already looking forward to next season! Go Bighorns!
The Bighorns easily defeated the Texas Legends tonight, 161-127. Dar Tucker tied the NBA D-League scoring record tonight with 58 (!!!) points! The Bighorns last home game is coming up Tuesday, March 31st. Get out and see the Bighorns for their last home game!
The Bighorns almost pulled off a huge upset of the Central Division’s First Place Sioux Falls Skyforce (121-118). The game went back and forth and neither team ever got much of a lead but in the end, with the Bighorns down Quincy Miller, Jordan Hamilton, David Wear (all called up to the NBA…) and David Stockton out for family reasons… whew… the Bighorns ALMOST pulled off the upset! Here are some photos from the night… these remote shots from the night are MUCH better! 🙂
With the both teams out of the playoff hunt at this point in the season it’s all playing for pride at this point… the Bighorns took another one from the Idaho Stampede 128-113. Here are some shots from the night, tried a remote from the catwalks… not overly happy with them, didn’t have a long enough lens so I went for the graphical element of the team name and website…
The Reno Bighorns led for much of the game but the first place Rio Grand Valley Vipers persevered and took a win on the road against the Bighorns. Here are some shots from the night… tried the backboard camera again… never completely happy with it but I did get some good shots with it. 🙂