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Hokies' LeDay makes All-PIT team; Houston's Dotson named MVP - Apr 17, 2017


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Houston's Damyean Dotson (6'5''-G-94) earned Most Valuable Player honors and scored 17 points as Portsmouth Partnership defeated Roger Brown's Restaurant 108-86 for the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament championship at Churchland High. Virginia Tech's Zach LeDay (6'7''-F-94) joined Dotson on the all-tournament team, which included 12 of the 64 seniors who played in front of pro scouts from around the world in the annual four-day tournament. Also making the all-tourney team from the champs were George Washington's Tyler Cavanaugh (6'9''-F-94) (20 points) and Mississippi's Sebastian Saiz (6'9''-F-94) (11 points and nine rebounds). Miami's Davon Reed (6'6''-G-95) added 17 points but didn't gain all-tourney honors. For Roger Brown's, Middle Tennessee State's JaCorey Williams (25 points, eight rebounds) and Monmouth's Justin Robinson (5'8''-PG-95) (eight assists, six points) gained all-tournament honors.
In the third-place game, Sales Systems, Ltd. edged Norfolk Sports Club 87-86 behind 22 points from Duke's Matt Jones, an all-tourney choice. LeDay had 23 points and 11 rebounds to pace NSC. Georgia's J.J. Frazier added 21 points, joining LeDay on the all-tournament team.
In the fifth-place game, Kent State's Jimmy Hall scored 19 points and George Mason's Marquise Moore (6'2''-G) had 16 points and eight rebounds to help K&D Round's Landscaping defeat Portsmouth Sports Club 92-84. Eastern Washington's Jacob Wiley (6'7''-F-94) earned all-tourney honors for Round's. Middle Tennessee State's Reggie Upshaw (6'8''-F-95) Jr. led PSC with 19 points, while Virginia's London Perrantes had 14 points and five assists and VCU's Jequan Lewis (6'1''-G-95, agency: Babcock Sports) had nine points. PSC's all-tourney choices were Colorado State's Emmanuel Omogbo and Iowa State's Naz Mitrou-Long. Cherry Bekaert beat Mike Duman Auto Sales 98-83 for seventh place. North Florida's Dallas Moore, an all-tournament selection, scored 22 points and Notre Dame's Steve Vasturia 20 for the victors. For Mike Duman, Akron's Xavier Johnson had 20 points and Northeastern's T.J. Williams 18.
Courtesy of: dailypress.com   




Joel Ayayi
Gonzaga lands their first post-Final Four commitment - 8 hours ago
Gonzaga capitalized on their run to the national title game by landing a commitment from French point guard Joel Ayayi(6'4''-PG-00), who announced the news on twitter. Ayayi is an interesting long-term prospect, according to Draft Express. He has the size and the frame to eventually be a significant contributor in the college game, but he's raw. His handle needs work, as does his ability to create off the dribble and find teammates off of the bounce. That said, he's 6-foot-4 with a 6-foot...   [read more]
Illinois Mr. Basketball and NU target Mark Smith commits to Illinois - 16 hours ago
What looked almost inevitable has become official: four-star guard Mark Smith(6'5''-G) has committed to the University of Illinois. He announced the news in the Edwardsville High School gym Wednesday evening. The Illinois Mr. Basketball winner opted to stay close to home; Edwardsville is just a two-and-a-half hour drive from Champaign. Northwestern had been recruiting Smith since late 2016 and offered in January. Illinois, however, was Smith's first Big Ten offer. He's since seen his recr...   [read more]

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Northwestern basketball lands Boston College transfer A.J. Turner - 16 hours ago
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