For the game Fox finished with 18 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, and only 1 turnover. That stat line is incredibly efficient and impressive, and even more so when you consider that Fox really played hard on both ends of the floor, doing excellent on the defensive end as well. With Fox his athleticism is tremendous, and that allows him to not only pressure the ball, but also get into passing lanes and create havoc. Then on offense he can break down his defender seemingly at will, but also shows a good ability to create and just looks in total control. Recruiting wise things are still being sorted through with Fox who has Texas, Louisville, Kansas, Baylor, and Arizona recruiting him extremely hard.
Peach Jam: De'Aaron Fox
One of the more dominant individual performance all day long than the one that De'Aaron Fox put together against City Rocks. Running with Houston Hoops, Fox was totally dominant controlling the game with skill and athleticism, and more than cemented his elite status.
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