The entertainment value was so good that even the official scorer was eating popcorn.
When Cheyenne Mountain High School invaded Mel Spence Gym on Saturday night to meet East, the scoreboard lit up.
With top-notch players all over the floor, it was only fitting that one of the best knocked down the final point in an 85-80 win for the Indians.
It came during the second day of the annual East Coaches Classic in a meeting between the No. 3-ranked Indians and No.-5 ranked Eagles.
It also was a rematch of the Great 8 matchup from last season during the state tournament won by East 65-61.
It lived up to its billing.
Javonte Johnson, a 6-foot-6 senior headed to the University of New Mexico, floated