Balanced Attack Leads BCC Past Webber JV

By  //  December 6, 2012

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Seventh Straight Win For Titans

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Brevard Community College men’s basketball team went on a 39-18 run over the final 13 minutes and 6 seconds of the first half and opened the second half with a 22-3 run to put away the Webber International junior varsity 121-57 on Wednesday night at the Melbourne Campus gym.

Sophomore forward Luka Pajkovic scored 14 points and had six assists, seven rebounds and five steals in BCC’s men’s basketball win over the Webber JV oN Wednesday. (Image courtesy of BCC)

The victory was the seventh straight for BCC which improved to 9-2 and marked the fourth time the Titans broke the 100-point mark this season.

Also, the 121 points marked the second-highest total in head coach Jeremy Shulman’s three-year career at BCC.

Webber fell to 2-6.

The Warriors did give BCC fits early, trailing 18-17 with 13:06 to play in the opening 20 minutes. From then on the game belonged to BCC, thanks in part to a halftime dressing down from Shulman.

“Coach was really ticked off,” said sophomore forward Luka Pajkovic who was one of three Titans to score 14 points.

Freshmen Aldor Kola and Devontay Clark also added 14 each.

Pajkovic also had six assists, seven rebounds and five steals.

Sophomore tri-captain Nyles Evans led BCC with 19 points including four three-pointers that got the Titans going in the first half.

“I can’t say what I said,” Shulman said. “Even after that run in the first half we didn’t do what we were supposed to do. It was at halftime that I unfortunately had to lay into them. That’s when our guys finally woke up and made the adjustments they needed to make.

“The first half they played the way they wanted to play rather than the way that I coach. It was very, very frustrating. Second half we played our system.”

Shulman credited both Pajkovic and reserve Jordan Smith with playing key roles.