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Leading scorer in the game is the Slam's Paul Hafford (#7), with a total of 30 points.
Congrats to the Slam and the city of Bellingham; congrats to the Express for their long dynasty and continued strength.
Can't wait to see what happens next year! (if there is a next year)
Looking forward to next year here, too.
The championship trophy was a pretty good-looking piece of hardware (its obscured by the player with the towel over his shoulder in this pic) and the Slam had championship hats already made up for whichever team won. The dance team handed out tubes of confetti to the courtside ticket holders as the game was ending, which explains the mess on the floor.
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http://www.southbendtribune.com/apps/pb ... 170/Sports
Two Bellingham players started (as seen below in white) for the west during the 2008 all*star game:"It was a combination of a lot of things,'' said Beathea by phone Saturday during a stopover in Minneapolis as the team was en route home. "No. 1, we played our worst game in three years. Bellingham also played really well. We never found an answer for anything they did. The better team won on this given night.