Archive - Apr 16, 2013 - Article
On Saturday, Brooklyn's Barclays Center held the 2013 edition of Jordan Brand Classic, with the international game opening the competition. In a close 76-72 game, the black squad prevailed, despite 24 points from Canadian Jamal Murray, who led the white team. Sharing Co-MVP with Murray was Croatian forward Lovro Mazalin, who finished with 12 points and 8 rebounds. Here are the prospects that showed the most potential from an NBA perspective:
Thon Maker (1997, 7’0”, PF, Carlise School, Australia)
Between the celebs in the stands, the gifted young men competing in the 2013 Jordan Brand classic, and Mike Phillips, the saxophonist who performed one of the best renditions of the Star Spangled Banner in recent memory, the Barclays Center was oozing with talent on Saturday night. Here, we will recap the game which featured what is widely regarded as the most gifted high school class since 2007, with individual breakdowns of key player performances.
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