High-school basketball fans should all encounter the Lake Braddock boys basketball experience at least once.

The team plays in a hurry on offense, but is not rushing – scoring a ton of points and shooting a ton of three-pointers each contest, and the Bruins are very organized in their offensive approach.

Through four games, Lake Braddock's point totals are 116, 94, 91 and 84 with a 3-1 record. In a recent 94-46 home victory over Yorktown, Lake Braddock shot 43 three-pointers, none rushed, making a modest 12. Often the Bruins hit more threes than that in games.

As far as a 24-second clock, the Bruins don't need one. They usually shoot much more often than that.

Whether fans like that style of play or not, its an experience to see. Take a look sometime.

– Dave

dfacinoli@sungazette.net

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