Game Night Live Rewind: Who Was Right And Wrong In Boys Hoops Postseason

Mar 11, 2021, 4:21 PM | Updated: 4:52 pm

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Now that the Utah high school boys basketball postseason is complete, it’s time to figure out who was right and wrong during the tournaments.

The Game Night Live Rewind crew featuring Dusty Litster and Dane Stewart broke down their picks and where they went right and wrong in their predictions.

Stewart started things out with what he missed. He predicted a deep run for Provo but forgot that “Highland doesn’t lose in the first round.” That was who Provo started the postseason against was the Rams.

Litster admitted he was wrong on not jumping on the Davis bandwagon as the Darts won the 6A Championship. He also didn’t think Lehi would win a state title and the Pioneers knocked off Farmington in the 5A championship game.

Litster pointed out that Stewart picked Cedar to win the 4A state title back in the preseason and gave him props for that prediction. Dusty mentioned that Farmington would make it to the state championship game and the Phoenix did that.

Check out the full recap in the video at the top of the story as Litster and Stewart also discussed the best of the 6A tournament, the playoff runs by Davis and Lehi, while touching on full tourney recaps from 1A through 5A.

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Game Night Live Rewind: Who Was Right And Wrong In Boys Hoops Postseason