With scouts and executives from each of the 31 NBA teams in attendance, Livingston didn't try to force anything on the offensive end. He didn't attempt any perimeter jumpers, while converting 5-of-7 from the field. He also logged a pair of rebounds, and hit both of his free throw attempts.
"This game was about everyone showing how good they were. I wanted to help put on a show, but I'm not a high flyer like some of the other guys."
As soon as he met the media, the issue of a possible jump to the NBA from high school was approached. Livingston, as usual, was his non-committal self with his responses.
"I don't know right now," said Livingston. "This is all just a learning experience. Right now I'm looking forward to the McDonalds game next week. After that we'll see what happens."
That kind of answer was status quo throughout the locker rooms as other prep all stars openly left the option of the NBA jump open.
However, both Livingston and North Carolina bound Marvin Williams, who finished with 17 points and 12 rebounds said they were looking forward to continuing their friendship on Tobacco Road.
"We'll probably have to sneak it down there," he said of next year's plans.