McDonald's All-American Game: West All-Stars

The West team came out with the win an Aaron Gordon was named MVP. Even in a sloppy game without much defense, some found a way to stand out.

Jabari Bird: Bird has all the ability. He made deep shots, got to the rim some, and showed his athleticism. Bird did most of his damage in the first half, and wasn't seen as much in the second, but Bird showed why people think he can be an impact player at the next level.

Aaron Gordon: Well if there is one thing he proved all game long, it was that he can dunk. Gordon had about 100 dunks during the game, though he did get stuffed by the rim once. He was named MVP, and did it mostly in transition. Overall he was the most productive player by far, but he didn't even get to show off the full skill set as he was having his own personal dunk contest.

Isaac Hamilton: As usual Hamilton wasn't exactly bashful in terms of letting it fly. Still in a game like this that isn't all that uncommon. Hamilton did show some of his raw scoring ability, just he needs to refine the game some as well.

Aaron Harrison: Mostly a scorer, he did do some of that, but his brother did a little bit more and then some of the big guys dominated as well. There is no doubting what Harrison can do, he just didn't get a ton of looks tonight.

Andrew Harrison: There is no doubt that he was the best guard in the game. Harrison showed the floor vision early hooking up with his brother for an ally-oop and the banged in a couple of jumpers as well. Overall his feel for the game and raw talent was there, and Harrison showed a lot of the potential.

Matt Jones: The sharpshooter didn't get a lot of looks in this one, and didn't get much of an opportunity to show his complete skill set. He did get a few clean looks, but never was in a rhythm.

Jarell Martin: Martin looked like a man possessed much of the night with his play. He is a big body with good athleticism, and he knows how to finish. Also he rebounds and can score some facing the rim. It was a good day for Martin who did nothing to hurt his stock as one of the best players.

Jabari Parker: Parker really struggled with the jump shot today and looked bothered by the defense that Wiggins played on him. Still he had a few nice moments by getting to the rim and scoring and then also rebounded and blocked some shots, just the jumper was not falling.

Bobby Portis: Portis is one of the most athletic big guys in the class and he did show it. He didn't rebound much, but he was active trying to block shots, and then got around the rim and converted nicely on the offensive end. A run and jump athlete, Portis isn't all that skilled, but he definitely knows how to finish.

Nigel Williams-Goss: Williams-Goss didn't do a ton in terms of scoring, but he did throw some nice passes and found guys open in transition. Now he did struggle to finish sometimes over taller players and he will need to work on that, but the passing was there and he played his role as a point guard.

James Young: Young was limited with an injury so he didn't do a ton, but the size and athleticism was there, and he got to the rim a few times. Still not at 100 percent he wasn't able to show what he is capable of.

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