Andre McGee, who started two games for the West at the point, averaged 16 points and 6 assists during the five game event. The 5-foot-11 point guard from Moreno Valley, California finished with four games of more than six dimes, including handing out nine assists vs. the eventual champion South team.
The West, who finished camp second in scoring at 119 points per game but gave up 136 points, were helped by McGee offensively who finished the camp 10th in scoring, 4th in assists, tied for 2nd with the camp's leading scorer Louis Williams in three point field goals made (16), 7th in three point field goal percentage (.364), and 8th in assist-to-turnover ratio (30 assists, 17 turnovers).
Amir Johnson, who teamed with McGee for the West and started all five games in Colorado Springs, averaged 13 points and 4.2 rebounds per outing.
Johnson, a 6-foot-9 power forward, finished the camp 5th in field goal percentage (66 percent) and 14th in scoring. His 21 point, 7 board performance against the South was his best effort of the weekend.
The Cardinals other commit playing in the event, 7-foot-1 Clarence Holloway from Chicago Harlan, helped lead the North to a Silver Medal finish this weekend.
Holloway, who fouled out of two of the five games and played just 11 minutes per game during the camp, still managed to finish the camp 13th overall in offensive rebounding.
Holloway averaged 5 points and 4.3 rebounds, including an impressive 13 point, 5 board effort vs. the South. However, Holloway made just 43 percent of his field goal attempts on 9-21 fromt he field.
TheInsiderHoops.com's Dave Telep on Holloway: We've always said that somewhere inside that huge body is a player and Holloway is starting to chip away at his potential. Now, he's not the kind of player for everyone since he's not overly athletic, lacks speed up and down the floor and plays strictly inside. However, he's tough in the paint and has his body in better shape than he did last summer. Nice opening effort as he gets 13 and 5.