In the other semifinal, the Titans narrowly defeated Born Ready Elite 51-50. Keyon Jones, who displayed a variety of skills throughout the contest, led the Titans. The six-foot point guard was most effective on the fast break, as he always seemed to make the right play, whether passing to teammates or finishing at the rim. Jones was also very effective in the half court, as he was able to get the ball to big men down low in good positions to score, and had a knack for splitting double teams and getting in the lane.
Isiah Deas 6-4 CG 2015 Bishop Loughlin, whose quick first step and excellent handle led to many scoring opportunities, led Born Ready Elite. Deas was able to create scoring opportunities by changing directions leading to a couple pull up ten to twelve foot jump shots off the glass. He also displayed a soft touch when shooting outside shots, while knocking down a couple three pointers.