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Donofrio Classic 4/11/07
Thursday, 12 April 2007

By Brian Crownover
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Scores:
Hunting Park (82) - Team Kobe (76)
Team Final (95) - Waterview Phoenix (82) 

ImageHunting Park 

Marcus Morris (2007, 6-8 195 SF/PF) Committed to Memphis
Marcus led the way for Hunting Park. The talented wing player did a lot of damage in transition. He is very smooth and long and thus tough to stop around the basket. He had several beautiful drives to the hoop in the half court game as well. Marcus did hit a couple of jumpers from the perimeter, but was quiet from there compared to what he is capable of doing. He also dominated on the glass. Marcus finished with 25 points on the evening. 

Jesse Morgan (2009, 6-4 PG)
This young point guard was steady once again. Team Kobe played zone defense and Jesse took advantage by burying a number of pull up threes. He answered a Matt Griffin three pointer with his own three pointer late in the contest to help Hunting Park maintain control. Jesse has good size used it to rebound very well, particularly for a point guard. He did get in some first half foul trouble, but it didnít limit his playing time too much. 

Donte Wooten (2007, 6-8 PF/C)
Donte was rather quiet in the first half, but he got it going after the break. The big man scored on a short bank shot in the interior, he finished with a dunk off of a good pass and showed a nice spin move in the post (which drew a foul). Donte also showed his athletic ability by blocking a shot. He has a solid frame to go with that athletic ability. 

Team Kobe

Greg Robbins (2009, 6-4 SG/SF)
Greg is such a good inside, outside combo forward. His size and skill create a lot of match up problems. In this game, he buried an early three and also went into the post and hit a short bank shot. Greg really seems to recognize when to pick up his dribble and either pass or shoot. He passed very well in this contest. Greg doesnít do anything great, but instead a lot of things well. Heíd benefit from developing a good to move. Greg is a solid three point shooter, but could improve his consistency from there as well.

Ligah Thompson (2009, 6-7 PF)
Ligah had another productive evening. The active forward just seems to have a knack for making himself available around the basket. He gets so deep inside that he rarely has to make more than one dribble or move to get a lay-up or dunk. He blocked a shot on the defensive end, but did have some trouble defending quicker players on the wing.  

Matt Griffin (2007, 5-11 PG) Committed to Rider
Matt kept Team Kobe in this game with his 2nd half three point shooting. He buried several timely threes, including at least one from NBA range. Matt really struggled with his shot in the first half, but stuck with it. The small point guard also brought down 12 rebounds to go along with his 13 points. 

Team Final

Tyreke Evans (2008, 6-4 SG)
Tyreke had a solid tournament up to this point, but hadnít played spectacular. That all changed on this night. Tyreke was near the top of his game as he poured in 35 points. The very fluid guard got to the basket at will in both the half and full court offenses. He had several fantastic dribbling moves that completely froze the defenders. His pull up game was working quite well when he used it. When that aspect of his game is on, Tyreke is impossible to defend. He had a few nice passes as well, but most of his damage was done in the scoring column. 

Oscar Griffin (2009, 6-4 SG/SF)
Oscar is a smooth guard with a sweet stroke. He can hit from behind the arc and did so in this contest. Oscar has been very good in transition all tournament long and that continued on this evening. He finished with 20 points. 

Waterview Phoenix

Andrew Randall (2008, 6-5 SF/PF)
This smooth wing player had another good outing. He was connecting on his jumper with much more frequency than he has been lately. He buried a number of threes throughout the contest. As usual, he ran the floor well and finished in transition. Andrew was solid on the offensive glass as well. He scored 22 points and pulled down 15 rebounds.  

Max Huc (2008, 6-2 PG)
Max played a very solid game. He opened up by hitting an early jumper. He then set up Andrew Randall with a very nice pass and passed well throughout the game. Max also knocked down several pull up jumpers.

Russell Johnson (2008, 6-6 SF)
Russell opened the game off by displaying his wing skills. He hit several nice pull up jumpers off the dribble, including a three. Russell then took his game back down in the paint and was effective there as well. He scored on several offense rebounds and even had a few three point play opportunities. Despite being relatively thin, Russell absorbs contact very well.  He had a very solid all around game, finishing with 24 points.

Devon White (2008, 6-8 PF/C)
Devon was a monster on the offensive glass, especially late in this contest. He had a number of key rebounds and either scored or was fouled on most of them. While his rebounding helped keep Waterview in the game, his foul shooting proved to be costly. He missed 5 key free throws down the stretch that allowed Team Final to pull away.

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