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Donofrio Classic 2007: Week 1 (Part A)
Friday, 30 March 2007

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Tyreke Evans
By Brian Crownover
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Scores:

Team Final 95 Del-Val Toros 80

Team Kobe 96 James Fox 72

Del-Val VC 72 Pizza Time 66

Team Final

Tyreke Evans (2008, 6-4 SG)
Tyreke struggled to find his outside shot in the first game and also got into some foul trouble.  With his team leading comfortably, he sat on the bench for most of the second half.  His shot was falling much more frequently in the 2nd game.  He also took his man of the dribble several times.  Tyreke wasn’t at the top of his game on this evening though.

Dalton Pepper (2009, 6-6 SG/SF)
As is often the case, Dalton played a solid all around game.  He was very active on the boards and had several put backs.  He hit a beautiful pull up jumper, but for the most part struggled to find his shot.  He did a great job of passing the ball.  Dalton also threw down a monstrous dunk.  He needs to show his explosiveness more often.

Oscar Griffin (2009, 6-4 SG/SF)
Oscar is an aggressive forward with good size.  He did most of his damage in transition, but also showed he is capable of knocking down jump shots.

Jamal Wilson (2008, 6-5 SG/SF)
Jamal had an awful time finishing in the first half of the first contest.  He ran the floor well, but couldn’t convert.  He was much more efficient in the second half and in the second game as well.  Jamal is a big, athletic guard who is best in the open court.  He hit a nice pull up mid range jumper.  He needs to show he can hit the perimeter shot more often.

Josh Spivey (2008, 6-0 PG)
Josh is a big bodied point guard.  He has good vision and throws very crisp passes.  He looks to pass first, but he can also use his body to finish in the lane.  He doesn’t look to shoot from the perimeter too often.

Team Kobe

Greg Robbins (2009, 6-4 SG/SF)
Greg is a solid young wing player.  He has good size and a smooth stroke.  He does need to improve his consistency on his shot though.  Greg also creates match up problems with his ability to put the ball on the floor, he just doesn’t drive too frequently.

George Harper (2010, 6-7 PF)
George had a very impressive game for Team Kobe.  He threw down two hard dunks.  He also had a nice turn around move in the low block.  George has a smooth shot and can hit the short jumper as well.

Ligah Thompson (2009, 6-7 PF)
Ligah had several good finishes, particularly on offensive rebounds.

Khalif Wyatt (2009, 6-2 PG)
Khalif hit his patented floater in the lane several times.  He took some other difficult shots too though.  He needs to distribute the ball better from the point guard position.

Matt Griffin (2007, 5-11 PG) Committed to Rider
Matt is the perfect point guard to lead this young team.  He’s not flashy, but just a steady guard who makes good decisions with the ball.  He did an excellent job of getting his teammates involved.  Matt is a sound ball handler as well.  He is a scrappy and not afraid to dive on the floor.  Matt is also a very good shooter, but didn’t attempt much in this game.  He looked mostly to distribute rather than score.

Nurideen Lindsey (2009, 6-2 PG)
This is about as well as I’ve ever seen Nurideen play.  He was his usual self, being aggressive and attacking the rim.  He adjusts very well in traffic and had some fantastic finishes.  He hit a couple of jumpers as well.  Too often in the past, he’d try to force shots.  That wasn’t the case on this evening as he made very good decisions.  He seemed more comfortable being a scoring shooting guard than he was when he had to run the offense from the point guard position last year.

James Fox

Terrance Roderick (2007, 6-5 SF)
Terrance might be one of the best-kept secrets in the region.  The lanky guard can do so many things.  He had a number of fantastic finishes in this game.  He has a great crossover and takes big strides, thus getting to the hoop in a hurry.  He has very long arms that allow him to adjust in the paint.  He had some trouble finishing, but often follow his own miss.  Terrance is a very good passer and an excellent rebounder for a guard.  His shot appears to come off a little flat, but he still is a pretty good shooter.  He is just a bit streaky from the outside.  He does have very good range, but at times he shoots the three pointer too much (particularly at the beginning of possessions before running the offense).  Terrance has a very good pull up jumper that he can hit from nearly anywhere on the court.  When he plays off the ball, he always has his hands out ready to receive the pass and start making a play.  Terrance is a very good all around player already and will be a great pickup for some college program.

Del-Val VC

Michael Eric (2007, 6-9 PF/C) Committed to Temple
Michael had a monster game blocking shots and rebounding.  He is a super athlete with great hands.  He still doesn’t have a big impact on the offensive end, but his natural skills are very impressive.  He did have a powerful jam off of an offensive rebound.

Pizza Time

Anthony King (2008, 6-4 SG)
Anthony is a big-bodied guard with a smooth stroke.  He was a bit inconsistent from the perimeter though.

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