Gabe York: York showed off his entire arsenal of offensive skills Thursday. He started off his first game on fire and finished with 35 points.
He showed his pure stroke in nailing a few long threes, but it was his aerial assaults on the rim that were most impressive. On one transition play he caught the ball just outside the paint and threw down in empathic dunk over a helpless defender.
York continued to show off his impressive leaping ability by violently throwing down a number of alley-oops.
When he left the game for good with five minutes left he had individually outscored the entire opposing team. He had to work harder to get his points in the second game, but was still very efficient and finished with a game high 34 points.
Dakarai Allen: Allen showed off many of the physical attributes that make him such an intriguing prospect.
Despite York scoring 34 points, Allen forced him to work hard for every basket. Many of York's points came when another player was guarding him.
Offensively, Allen was able to score a number of baskets on athletic slashes to the rim. He also stepped out and looked smooth making a corner three.
Allen has tremendous room for growth given his athleticism, length and developing feel for the game.
Ikenna Iroegbu: Instead of making simple passes, he attempted flashy ones, often resulting in turnovers.
Rather than going for lay ups, he attempted some highlight reel dunks which clanged off the rim and landed out of bounds.
Iroegbu showed glimpses of his unlimited potential by using his superior foot speed to outrace the entire defense to score some transition baskets.
Irooegbu has the potential to be a fantastic player, but it is up to him to harness his talent to become a more efficient player.
Eric Cooper Jr.: Cooper played one of his better games of the past week.
While he didn't score much, he did have a nice twisting finish at the rim that pumped up his teammates.
He didn't force anything and made a few nice passes off dribble penetration that resulted in layups.
Isaiah Bailey: Bailey had a rough day shooting the ball. He was able to get some clean looks from the perimeter, but couldn't knock down the shots.
However, Bailey's all-around game still impressed. He made a couple fantastic passes in traffic, but made simple passes when necessary.
As detailed before, Bailey's defensive intensity is impressive, especially given his age.
There were a few times when Bailey was the only man running back on defense to prevent a fast break lay-up.
The only weapon Bailey needs to add to his arsenal is a consistent jump shot.
While he did an admirable job of running the team, Jackson is clearly more comfortable playing off the ball.
When he looked for his own shot, he was able to make a few pull up threes, and connected on some nice step back jumpers.
Jackson has a high release point on his jumper, which enables him to get his shot off against bigger defenders.
Tyler Dorsey: Despite being one of the younger players on the court, Dorsey played under a controlled pace not indicative of his age.
He didn't force anything, but when the occasion arose he took his man off the dribble and was able to finish a number of times in the paint or dish the ball to a teammate for an open shot.
He also showed confidence in his shot by making a few long jumpers which came in the flow of the offense. Defensively, he gave solid effort and used his long arms to disrupt passing lanes