LeBron: Day Two, Part B

LAS VEGAS - The final day of the LeBron James Skills Academy closed with some impressive performances including one from Stevie Clark.

Stevie Clark, PG: The undersized point guard is absolutely lethal from distance and he was hitting at a high level in the morning session. Clark has legit NBA range on his jumper and hit one from almost midcourt. He also added in a floater, but it was the 6+ three-pointers he hit that really stood out.

Kameron Williams, SG: From an offensive perspective, Williams had a little bit of everything working for him in the morning. He knocked down a three, got to the line after picking off a pass on he other end, hit a baseline midrange jumper and had a big time pass for an assist. It was a solid outing for the rising senior.

Derrick Griffin, PF: One of the most exciting players in the country, Griffin is always good for some highlight reel plays and Monday morning was no difference. He had a ridiculous dunk off an offensive rebound, was a beast on the glass as always and even stepped out to hit a three.

Kennedy Meeks, C: This guy's vision for someone his size is very impressive as he just makes one pass after another that most point guards can't make. Add in a legitimate jumper – he knocked down two three-pointers in the morning – and you have a pretty unique prospect for a big man.

Dominic Woodson, C: He plays with a chip on his shoulder and it was fun to watch him compete in the paint, as the center has a big body and he's not afraid to throw it around to gain position. He was a beast on the glass on Monday morning and scored in the paint. In the second game, he started searching for his jumper and while he's not a bad shooter, clearly his strength is using his body around the basket.

Jabari Bird, SF: It's been a productive camp for Bird and Monday morning was no different. On Sunday, Bird was concentrating on his outside shot but on Monday he started attacking the basket and he had plenty of success doing it. The driving was working but Bird also had a sweet fadeaway baseline jumper and made a perfect drive and dish to a teammate for an assist.

Julius Randle, PF: In his second game of the day, Randle started with some big time drives and dunks, along with a good looking floater. He then switched into distribute mode, driving past his defender and making some perfect passes to teammates for assists. Usually an aggressive scorer, Randle definitely has some vision as well and it was good to see him use his athletic gifts to make his teammates better.

Wes Clark, PG: It's been a breakout camp for Clark and he continued his hot play on Monday afternoon. He was lethal from three, but also got to the basket in transition and created for teammates. The four three-pointers were impressive but the point guard is definitely more than just a shooter.

Kentan Facey, PF: In his second game Monday, Facey showed an impressive scoring arsenal. He hit a turnaround jumper from midrange, smoothly nailed two right-handed hook shots and had a soft touch around the basket.

Jarell Martin, PF: When he wants to dominate around the basket, Martin can do it. That said, on Monday afternoon he focused on his outside game and definitely had some success. He hit two midrange baseline jumpers and looked comfortable stepping back and shooting. He also put the ball on the ground and got to the basket, and there wasn't much stopping him once he got to the paint.

Sindarius Thornwell, SG: In his first game, Thornwell went back and forth with Troy Williams, coming close to slamming a huge one-handed dunk on Williams. He completed one in the second game, this time the victim being Davon Reed. Thornwell has an aggressive, attacking mindset and the athleticism to make him dangerous when he's going to the basket.

Chris McCullough, PF: It was a pretty productive morning game for McCullogh, who was all over the glass, but also knocked down a long jumper from the baseline and was successful whenever he wanted to get to the basket. The big man ran the court well and his guards rewarded him by finding him for easy buckets in transition.

Andrew Wiggins, SF: In his first game, Wiggins had his outside shot working. After hitting a midrange jumper, he nailed three three-pointers, including one from NBA range, and was fouled on another three-point attempt. Of course, Wiggins had his share of successful drives going to the basket, but when his three-point shot is falling like it was Monday morning, forget it. In his second game he had a big time play where he blocked Julius Randle, and took it the other way for a one-handed dunk. He chipped in four three-pointers and some slashes to the hoop as well.

Kevon Looney, PF: Looney made a living on the offensive glass Monday morning, rebounding misses and scoring on putbacks. In the second game Looney was aggressive to the hoop, driving for lay-ups and dunks and even mixed in a nice looking hook.

Ivan Rabb, PF: This kid had one of the games of the camp on Monday afternoon, playing sensational in a matchup against another highly touted 2015 big man in Diamond Stone. The midrange jumper was falling all game, but Rabb showed some terrific footwork and technique, scoring with both hands. He was finishing with contact and was a nightmare to guard. He can already play but his future is very bright.

Diamond Stone, C: It didn't take long to see why Stone has been drawing rave reviews all summer. He was a beast on the glass, scoring on offensive rebounds and using his big body well around the basket. He smoothly tossed in a right-handed hook shot and competed defensively. His matchup with Ivan Rabb on Monday afternoon was one of the highlights of the event.

* In his first game of the day, Nick King was a beast around the basket, grabbing offensive rebounds for putbacks and throwing it down whenever he got the chance.

* Bobby Portis was all over the offensive glass on Monday morning, grabbing teammates' missed shots and quickly putting them back in the basket. He also blocked shots and slashed to the rim.

* Tommy Hamilton had a scoring mentality in his morning game and when he got the ball would often quickly back in his opponent with his big body, attempt to get close to the basket and lay it in.

* Christian Wood usually focuses on scoring outside, but had some success around the basket on Monday afternoon, scoring in transition and on the offensive glass. His strength is his three-point shooting and as usual, he tossed in a shot from three.

* It wasn't Matt Jones' best game in the afternoon, as his jumper wasn't falling for most the contest, but he never lost confidence and when the game got close towards the end, Jones hit two threes in a row and then was fouled on another attempt.

* Theo Pinson is trouble in the open court, and when he grabs a defensive rebound he quickly pushes the ball forward and makes plays for either himself or his teammates.

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