Despite the Brahmas shaky start, they pulled out the stops during the second half and pulled out the win.
The Brahmas struggled at the start of the game turning over the ball a lot.
Despite their struggles they were able to pull out the win with a score of 87-78.
“We just started playing better,” said head coach Edward Babayan. “We stopped settling for jump shots and started going in for the basket.”
West L.A’s ability to handle the ball was not called into question but their rebounding was.
“Every team we’ve played has out rebounded us,” said West L.A. head coach Ron Mcclurkin. “I will contribute every loss to that.”
After the victory, the Brahmas gear up for their next game at Mira Costa College on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 5 p.m.