Day two of the popular Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament is over. The trophies have been handed out and the courts have come down. Surprisingly by late Sunday night, the only remnants that basketball mania hit Zanesville are a few left over, taped sidelines on the roads. According to Mark Watson, logistics chairman for the tournament, it takes 35 volunteers to tear down all the basket units. Other volunteers work to break down tables, chairs, tents and food vendors. The County has stepped in to assist in the cleanup as well. It takes a total of five hours to tear everything down and bring downtown Zanesville back to normal.