In a very complicated game played in Las Vegas, Nevada, the New Mexico Bullsnakes cemented its position as the number two team in the Southwest division of the Western Conference of the PBA. The game started with the Bullsnakes struggling in offence. Seth Warfield and Josh Holmes both had a very challenging performance in the first two quarters. With the absence of Devon Williams, one of the top rebounders and blockers of the league, Blake Mitchem was tasked to lead the Bullsnakes’ defense in the paint. Lamar Morinia kept the Bullsnakes competitive on the offensive end. During the entire game, the Outlaws tried unsuccessfully use the full court defense to neutralize its opponent. The last quarter was more fluid offensively with Morinia leading the efforts and well-supported by Warfield, Holmes, and Jones. Defensively, Mitchem took care of business and Monette provided the defensive performance every time he was on the court to give some rest to Mitchem. Overall, the great team effort and chemistry allowed the Bullsnakes to overcome the adversity during the game. Lamar Morinia was the top scorer with 29 points. Josh Holmes and Seth Warfield were the other top scorers with 9 points each.