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All-American Championship

North vs. South All-American Championship Notes

In the inaugural All-American Championship North versus South game, the South squad defeated the North team, 93-91, in overtime. Tony Parker won the Most Outstanding Player award for the South with 21 points and nine rebounds and B.J. Young won it for the South with 17 points.

  • Tony Parker and Robert Carter showed their range by knocking down three-pointers
  • Hanner Perea showed his athleticism when he crashed the offensive glass
  • Parker ran the floor really well and showed he has improved his conditioning
  • Levi Randolph has a pure stroke that is consistent from everywhere behind the arc
  • D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera and Dai-Jon Parker also shot well from long-range
  • B.J. Young did a great job getting into the lane
  • Dom Pointer played very good perimeter defense
  • Kevin Ferrell shot well and was quick with the ball
  • Josiah Turner showed off his ball-handling skills with an impressive double-crossover
  • Ryan Boatright hits big shots such as his three to send the game into overtime
  • Josiah Turner can make the acrobatic finish as well as finishing through contact

East vs. West All-American Championship Notes

In the inaugural All-American Championship East versus West game, the West squad defeated the East team, 107-104. Perry Ellis won the Most Outstanding Player award for the West with 14 points and eight rebounds and Maurice Harkless won it for the East with 15 points.

  • D’Angelo Harrison has great range and consistency on his three-point shot
  • Alex Murphy is surprisingly strong and finishes well
  • Myles Mack is very fast with the ball
  • Rasheed Sulaimon has a floater that he can hit at all angles
  • Perry Ellis has developed a very nice shooting stroke from the perimeter and can score from inside and out
  • Ryan Anderson did a good job rebounding, throwing outlet passes, and shooting a hook shot over his left shoulder
  • Cameron Ridley positions himself well down low
  • Shabazz Muhammad runs the floor extremely well and has improved his three-point shooting
  • Naadir Tharpe has improved his perimeter shot
  • DaJuan Coleman has good footwork in the low post
  • Julien Lewis is speedy, athletic, and shoots well
  • Desmond Hubert provides good back-side defense
  • D’Angelo Harrison attacks the basket fearlessly

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