Mike Washington and Courtney Fortson scored 14 and 13 points respectively to lead the White team. The game was just two 12-minute halves with the clock running.
"It was a little more than a pickup game," Arkansas coach John Pelphrey said. "The good news is that I didn't have to play."
Powell scored 19 of his team's 26 points. No one else on his side scored more than a single basket. Powell, playing with a heavily taped left hand, hit seven of 11 shots from the field, including two of four from 3-point range. He also led both teams with six rebounds.
The White team held a 17-15 halftime advantage, but pulled away midway through the second period. The lead was at 31-21 with a little over two minutes to play when Powell made one of the night's highlight plays. He chased down a long rebound in the corner on the defensive end, then sprinted the other way to take a pass for a dunk as he split the White team defense from the wing.
Powell scored 10 of his team's 11 points in the second half. He scored 16 straight for his team at one stretch.
"Since the day he stepped on campus he's impressed," Pelphrey said of Powell. "He's done well in the class room and in our strength and conditioning program. We always thought of him as a savvy, skilled player that stuffed the stat sheet. He still does that but he's lost weight and become more athletic and more explosive."
"They probably should have won since they had the two best players," Pelphrey said. "But like I said, it was a little more than a pickup game. We've got a lot of work to do. It was good for the new guys to get exposed to our fans and see the excitement in their eyes."