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All Star Labor Classic (4/1/07)
Sunday, 01 April 2007

By Brian Crownover
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{mosImage}On Sunday, some of the top players in Philadelphia took on the top suburban players in the All Star Labor Classic.  The suburbs beat the city 120-116.  Here is a look at how some of the players performed. 

Suburban Team

Anthony Minor (2007, 6-4 SF) Committed to Hartford
Anthony Minor had a fantastic game for the suburbs.  The undersized post player was great in transition, including throwing down a ferocious jam.  He was a beast on the glass as he finished with 14 boards including 10 on the offensive end.  He was able to convert on those rebounds at a high rate.  Anthony blocked a shot as well.  He finished with 20 points to lead all scorers.

Rob Keefer (2007, 6-3 SG) Committed to Lehigh
Coming off of an outstanding performance at the Donofrio Classic, the future Lehigh Mountain Hawk was stellar in this game.  He hit several tough fade away 8 foot jumpers.  He was a very efficient 6-8 from the field.  The heady guard added 4 assists to just 1 turnover in this contest.

John Hogga (2007, 6-5 SF) Committed to St. Peter's
John started off on fire for the suburban team.  He did a number of things early on.  He blocked a shot, scored on a lay up and added in a tough rebound.  John has good size for a wing player.  He hit a pull up three pointer, but didn’t shoot the ball too much.  John also showed that he’s a better athlete than he first appears to be.  He just uses more skill rather than athletic ability on the court. 

Kyle Griffin (2007, 6-3 180 PG/SG) Committed to La Salle
Kyle was another suburban guard who was efficient from the field.  He displayed a nice pull up game as he knocked down a three pointer and deep jumper in that fashion.  Kyle finished with 11 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. 

City Team

Kashief Edwards (2007, 6-6 PF) Committed to Niagara
Kashief is a dunking machine who is built perfectly for this game.  Anytime there was a transition play and Kashief was in the area, his team would lob the ball up and he’d throw it down.  He gets off the floor in a hurry, almost like he has springs in his shoes.  He was huge on the boards and used his leaping ability to block two shots as well.  Kashief was easily the most crowd pleasing player and he scored 14 points with 7 rebounds.  He even added 4 assists and no turnovers. 

Chris Edwards (2007, 6-7 SF/PF)
This long forward was very effective for the city team.  He ran the floor well and finished in transition.  He also displayed the ability to knock down the outside jumper.  He was quiet on the boards though with only 2.  Chris scored 14 points in the contest. 

Khalil Mumford (2007, 5-11 160 PG/SG) Committed to St. Peter's
As usual, Khalil had an impact from behind the arc.  He is one of the best shooters in the area with a very smooth stroke.  The undersized guard did struggle some finishing around the basket against the taller players.  He finished with 12 points on 3-6 shooting from behind the arc. 

Kenny Moore (2007, 6-5 SF)
Kenny didn’t have a good game, but I was still impressed with his skills.  He has a big body and the look of a post player, but is a wing player.  He is a good ball handler for his size.  Although his shot wasn’t falling much during this game, he does have a smooth shot.  Cutting some weight could probably make Kenny a very good player.

Last Updated ( Monday, 02 April 2007 )
 
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