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Showtime Hoops Scouting Report Nike Global Challenge Day 1 Reply - 08-07-2010, 07:57 PM

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Showtime Hoops Scouting Report Nike Global Challenge

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Mike Walker Editor
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HILLSBORO, Ore, The fourth annual Nike Global Challenge brings many of the best high school basketball players in the world to Hillsboro, Oregon. They'll play against the best international players and allow the NBA Scouts to begin focusing on the NBA lottery picks for 2012 and 2013.

The three-day tournament features 30 of the top prep players in the United States competing in three teams of ten--USA East, USA Midwest, USA West--against international under-19 teams from France, Canada, Brazil, and Asia.


INSEP France 112, USA West 108

Josiah Turner and members of the USA West team lost to INSEP France 112-108. France used their international experience going 13-26 shooting from behind the arch and 40-70 shooting over all and outrebounded the USA West by 12 boards. The key was their abliity to close the show in the 4th quarter out scoring the USA West 33-23. Jabari Brown was the game high scorer with 25 points and Nick Johnson finished with 22 points and six rebounds. Josiah Turer added 15 points and he will have to play better if the USA West wants a opprotunity for a victory in the Nike Global Challenge.


USA South 107, Brazil 99 Overtime

PJ Hairston 6'6" 227 body is NBA Ready and showwing he has the skills that may allow him to gain entry into the North Carolina's starting line up and he clearly will be a NBA Lottery draft pick in 2013. He challenges every shot on the floor and has the ability to get his head above the rim to block his opponents dunk attempts and transitions to the other end of the floor to show his shooting range from 28-33 feet. He left his man for an open three at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime, but he made the overtime worth watching the extra minutes. He started overtime with a three-pointer and then drew a charge call on the defensive possession. He finished the night with 28 points and clearly caught the attention of the NBA Scouts


Canada 105, USA East 100 Double Overtime

Oakland Soldiers Kyle Wilter was the key for Canada's win he finished with a game high 31 and 18 rebounds played the game with the composure of a pro. He also grabbed 18 rebounds. James McAdoo led the East with 24 points on 10-28 shooting and had 13 rebounds and five blocked shots.


USA Midwest 127, All-Asia 86

Boby Beal led a strong team effort by the Midwest with 28 points on 12-23 shooting, 4-10 from three. Beal also grabbed five rebounds and dished out three assists... Bobby Parks The left handed guard scored 25 points.

Nike Global Challenge Box scores Day 1

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Brazil vs USA South

USA SOUTH 107, BRAZIL 99

BRAZIL (0-1)
Riva Nogueira, Lucas 10-12 2-2 22; Alves Prado Cunha, D 6-10 4-5 16; Andre Vezaro, Felipe 4-11 2-2 12; Taddei, Felipe 4-11 1-2 11; Parisotto, Icaro 3-14 2-4 9; Correia, Victor 3-11 2-4 9; Rodrigues Camilo, E 4-9 1-2 9; Casimiro, Arthur 4-6 0-0 8; Irigoyen, Bruno 1-4 0-0 3; Pereira Abrao, O 0-0 0-0 0; Darin Aguirre, G 0-3 0-0 0.

Totals 39-91 14-21 99.


USA SOUTH (1-0)
Hairston, P.J. 9-18 5-9 28; Thomas, Adonis 7-20 8-14 22; Price, Zach 5-10 4-14 14; Caldwell, Kentavious 3-10 4-6 13; Scott, Shannon 4-7 4-6 13; Wells, Dezmine 2-3 5-5 9; Ellis, Perry 2-5 2-4 6; Parker, Dai-Jon 1-1 0-0 2.

Totals 33-74 32-58 107.


Brazil........................ 15 23 27 25 9 - 99
USA South..................... 23 25 24 18 17 - 107


3-point goals--Brazil 7-29 (Taddei, Felipe 2-6; Andre Vezaro, Felipe 2-3; Correia, Victor 1-5; Irigoyen, Bruno 1-3; Parisotto, Icaro 1-7; Darin Aguirre, G 0-3; Rodrigues Camilo, E 0-1; Alves Prado Cunha, D 0-1), USA South 9-24 (Hairston, P.J. 5-9; Caldwell, Kentavious 3-8; Scott, Shannon 1-2; Ellis, Perry 0-1; Thomas, Adonis 0-4). Fouled out--Brazil-Taddei, Felipe; Andre Vezaro, Felipe; Rodrigues Camilo, E; Riva Nogueira, Lucas; Parisotto, Icaro, USA South-Parker, Dai-Jon. Rebounds--Brazil 66 (Riva Nogueira, Lucas 14), USA South 43 (Thomas, Adonis 9; Price, Zach 9).
Assists--Brazil 14 (Correia, Victor 3; Parisotto, Icaro 3; Taddei, Felipe 3), USA South 9 (Wells, Dezmine 3). Total fouls--Brazil 39, USA South 22. Technical fouls--Brazil-None, USA South-None.

MVPs-USA South: P.J. Hairston; Brazil: Durval Alves Prado Cunha



Canada vs USA East


CANADA 105, USA EAST 100

CANADA (1-0)
Wiltjer, Kyle 12-31 6-7 31; Birch, Khem 11-15 3-3 25; Bennett, Anthony 6-21 5-6 17; Pangos, Kevin 5-16 3-4 15; Wiggins, Andrew 2-8 1-2 5; Bhullar, Sim 2-6 1-2 5; Lamomba, Junior 1-6 2-4 4; Webster-Chan, Negus 1-5 0-0 3; Osse, Kemy 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 40-111 21-28 105.

USA EAST (0-1)
McAdoo, James 10-28 4-13 24; Finney-Smith, Dorian 6-10 6-7 19; Johnson, Tyrone 6-13 7-11 19; Cooney, Trevor 4-18 3-4 14; Gbinjie, Michael 3-7 1-1 8; Christmas, Rakeem 3-5 0-0 6; Williams-Goss, Nigel 3-13 0-0 6; Faust, Nick
1-6 1-6 4. Totals 36-100 22-42 100.

Canada........................ 15 21 31 11 14 13 - 105
USA East...................... 25 15 14 24 14 8 - 100

3-point goals--Canada 4-31 (Pangos, Kevin 2-8; Webster-Chan, Negus 1-4; Wiltjer, Kyle 1-7; Wiggins, Andrew 0-1; Lamomba, Junior 0-1; Osse, Kemy 0-2;
Bennett, Anthony 0-8), USA East 6-29 (Cooney, Trevor 3-14; Gbinjie, Michael 1-3; Faust, Nick 1-3; Finney-Smith, Dorian 1-2; Williams-Goss, Nigel 0-3; Johnson, Tyrone 0-3; McAdoo, James 0-1). Fouled out--Canada-Lamomba, Junior,
USA East-Gbinjie, Michael; Christmas, Rakeem. Rebounds--Canada 82 (Birch, Khem 20), USA East 66 (Finney-Smith, Dorian 16). Assists--Canada 19 (Pangos, Kevin 9), USA East 16 (Williams-Goss, Nigel 7). Total fouls--Canada 28, USA
East 25. Technical fouls--Canada-None, USA East-None.

MVPs-Canada: Kyle Wiltjer and Khem Birch; USA East: James McAdoo



INSEP (France) vs USA West



INSEP (FRANCE) 112, USA WEST 108

INSEP (FRANCE) (1-0)
John, Benjamin 8-14 3-4 24; Adjagba, Ulysse 5-10 5-6 18; Mutuale, Malela 4-4 5-8 15; Prenom, Ferdinand 6-7 2-3 14; Paschal, Fabien 6-8 2-4 14; Gavrilovic, A 4-7 2-4 10; Bourdillon, Frederic 3-4 0-0 9; Loum, Abdoulaye 3-5 0-0 6; Howard, William 1-8 0-0 2; Wachowiak, Nicolas 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 40-70 19-29 112.

USA WEST (0-1)
Brown, Jabari 7-19 9-12 25; Johnson, Nick 8-18 4-4 22; O'Bryant, Johnny 8-144-9 20; Turner, Josiah 5-9 4-4 15; Hood, Rodney 4-6 1-2 10; Bell, Gary 3-4 2-4 9; Jones, Torren 2-4 0-0 4; Ashley, Brandon 1-2 1-2 3. Totals 38-76
25-37 108.

INSEP (France)................ 27 23 29 33 - 112
USA West...................... 26 27 32 23 - 108

3-point goals--INSEP (France) 13-26 (John, Benjamin 5-7; Bourdillon, Frederic 3-4; Adjagba, Ulysse 3-6; Mutuale, Malela 2-2; Howard, William 0-4; Wachowiak, Nicolas 0-3), USA West 7-23 (Johnson, Nick 2-9; Brown, Jabari 2-10; Turner, Josiah 1-2; Bell, Gary 1-1; Hood, Rodney 1-1). Fouled out--INSEP (France)-Prenom, Ferdinand; Paschal, Fabien, USA West-Ashley, Brandon; Johnson, Nick. Rebounds--INSEP (France) 47 (Gavrilovic, A 10), USA
West 35 (O'Bryant, Johnny 11). Assists--INSEP (France) 16 (Mutuale, Malela 7), USA West 13 (Johnson, Nick 5). Total fouls--INSEP (France) 28, USA West 25. Technical fouls--INSEP (France)-None, USA West-None.

MVP-USA West: Jabari Brown; INSEP: Benjamin John



All-Asia vs USA Midwest



USA MIDWEST 127, ALL-ASIA 86

ALL-ASIA (0-1)
Parks, Bobby 9-18 2-6 25; Kai, Guo 7-10 0-0 14; Long-Mao, Hu 3-5 7-8 13; Thomas, Lewis 4-5 0-0 11; Yi-Hsiang, Chou 4-13 0-0 9; Kai, Ren 2-7 2-2 6; Guisen, Tian 2-5 0-0 4; Yhuang, Dingyan 2-5 0-0 4; Wroe, Corban 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 33-71 11-16 86.

USA MIDWEST (1-0)
Beal, Bradley 12-23 0-0 28; Davis, Anthony 11-14 0-1 23; Carson, Jahii 9-11 1-1 22; Pointer, Dominique 7-12 0-2 14; Williams, Amir 6-8 0-0 12; Sampson, Jakarr 3-5 4-6 10; Carter-Williams, M 4-9 0-0 9; Brundidge, Carlton 3-7 1-2
9. Totals 55-89 6-12 127.

All-Asia...................... 13 16 27 30 - 86
USA Midwest................... 19 36 38 34 - 127

3-point goals--All-Asia 9-19 (Parks, Bobby 5-10; Thomas, Lewis 3-3; Yi-Hsiang, Chou 1-2; Guisen, Tian 0-2; Wroe, Corban 0-1; Long-Mao, Hu 0-1), USA Midwest 11-27 (Beal, Bradley 4-10; Carson, Jahii 3-4; Brundidge, Carlton 2-6; Davis, Anthony 1-1; Carter-Williams, M 1-4; Pointer, Dominique 0-2). Fouled out--All-Asia-None, USA Midwest-None. Rebounds--All-Asia 32 (Thomas, Lewis 5), USA Midwest 46 (Williams, Amir 10). Assists--All-Asia 11 (Parks, Bobby 4), USA Midwest 24 (Carson, Jahii 9). Total fouls--All-Asia 11, USA Midwest 17. Technical fouls- All-Asia-None, USA Midwest-None.

Players of the Game - USA Midwest: Jahii Carson; All-Asia: Bobby Parks



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