So I was at the Eastern Michigan basketball game last night. They were playing the Zips of Akron with their 15 game win streak on the line. It was a pretty good game.
Daylen Harrison circling around the perimeter. Eastern came out sluggish and Akron built up a pretty good lead though. Eastern managed to bring it to three at the half though.
Jalen Ross getting the offense set up. He's a freshman and at parts of the game he looked it.
J.R. Sims launching a shot from three point land. He is probably one of my favorites on the team.
Daylen Harrison taking a shot from beyond the arc. He's another one of my favorites.
The halftime show consisted of these guys. They were actually pretty good.
For this shot, I wanted the illusion of motion, so I used a slower shutter speed.
Da'Shonte Riley going for a slam dunk. It was after this shot that I started to use the repeat mode on my camera. It certainly helps for basketball.
Glenn Bryant stretches for the basket. I think I would have liked this shot more if I had gotten the ball in it.
Glenn Bryant getting mugged by one of the Akron players. This was definately a shot that was helped by using the repeat mode.
Anthony Strickland going for a basket. I think I like how this one turned out.
Glenn Bryant getting ready to go for the basket. Love the expression on his face.
Bryant taking a shot.
Sims going for a shot. This is another one that benefitted from repeat mode.
This picture seems a little overexposed but I still like it. I am still getting the hang of doing basketball.
Sims going for a shot again.
Ouch. This shot is a pretty good description of the game.
It was a pretty ugly game. There seemed to be alot of nasty fouls on Akron's part but Eastern hung in. They didn't get the win but they looked decent in doing so. I think with a little more experience, they'll be scary next year.