HARTFORD - It was a packed house at Sports Medicine and Science Academy in Hartford watching game 2 of the Greater Hartford Pro-Am finals.
After a comeback win on Monday, Hot 93.7 looked to close out the series with a win but they had to get past Cambyland, which was no small task.
In the first quarter, the teams would be tied several times before Hot 93.7 would make a run, highlighted by two big-time dunks by Davonne Dunlap, and they would lead at the half 63-51.
In the second half, Cambyland would fight hard to mount a comeback led by Charles Easterling and Darius Watson, but Hot 93.7 had the answer with Doug Herring and NBA veteran Gary Forbes.
Hot 93.7 ran away with ame 2 by a final 141-128 to win the three game series 2-0 and claim the 2016 GHPA title.