It was not a matter of if, but when and where.
As Joseph Girard III neared New York's all-time scoring record, predicting when Girard would break Lance Stephenson's mark of 2,946 points became tricky.
Through Glens Falls' first four games, Girard was averaging 46.5 pointers per game, and on pace to break the record in February. Then he dropped a career-high 60 ball against Amsterdam on December 15. Followed by a four game stretch of 50 plus performances to star the new year.
Increasing his average nearly five points in that run, it became clear that Girard was going to become the state's all-time leading scorer in January. Then, he was only 92 points away during the final week of the month and it looked like Amsterdam had a great chance of being the time and place.
Amsterdam sold tickets in advance and the gym sold out in a few days.