Finally got some photos of Brady Heslip doin’ his thing from the 3 point line! I think the fast pace got away from the Idaho Stampede last night, the Bighorns just kept pushing and pushing and walked away with the win 133-122. The Reno Bighorns host the Erie Bay Hawks (affiliate of the Orlando Magic) on Sunday, December 14th at 5:00 PM at the Reno Events Center in Downtown Reno, NV.
The Bishop Gorman boys football team had their hands full with Reed for the first half of play but held Reed to no points in the second half and cruised to a sixth straight Nevada State Championship today. The final score, 70-28.
Here are some images from the game.
Check out the articles about the game at the Las Vegas Sun
Read the New York Times Article
The Reno Bighorn guard Brady Heslip is making his mark this year on the NBA D-League with his performances from beyond the three point line! He’s also been very elusive for the media… capturing him with the video camera is one thing… getting still images of him has been another… The team is back in town Friday, December 12th so I’m hoping to get something, nothing that a little “study” can’t tell you! 🙂 Stay tuned!
Tonight the Reno Bighorns ran to their first league win of the season with “the system” in place… they play very fast, move the ball quick, and move up the court, well, fast! Brady Heslip has gone off in their two games and hit 21 threes so far! TWENTY ONE threes in two games!
Get out to a game and watch these potential future NBA stars!
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