Turnovers, decisions lead to Barbs’ loss
DeKALB – By watching just the first two minutes of each half in DeKalb’s boys basketball game against Chicago Thornridge on Thursday, any spectator can see how dangerous a team the Barbs could be.
Crisp ball movement, a controlled game tempo and a dangerous inside-out game led to a quick 10-2 lead for the Barbs early in the first quarter.
But too often the Barbs’ deliberate execution turned into hasty decision-making and turnovers. Despite shooting 50 percent from the field, DeKalb fell to Thornridge, 66-64, at the Chuck Dayton Tournament on Thursday. The Barbs committed 21 turnovers in the loss.
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