NBPA: Session III Scoring Leaders, Recaps

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA -- Here is a list of the scoring leaders and a recap of the games from Friday's morning session. NC State target Amile Jefferson leads the camp in scoring.

Here is a list of the scoring leaders and a recap of the games from Friday's morning session. NC State target Amile Jefferson leads the camp in scoring.

Session III Scoring Leaders

Top 10 Game Performances
1. Codi Miller-McIntyre 26
2. Amile Jefferson 23
3. Rasheed Sulaimon 22
4. Jordan Price 21
5. Amile Jefferson 20
6. Tyler Lewis 19
Jordan Price 19
Ron Patterson 19
9. Shaquille Cleare 18
10. Omar Calhoun 17
Jerome Hairston 17
T.J. Warren 17
Rasheed Sulaimon 17
Gary Harris 17

Notable Scoring Leaders
Tyler Lewis: 9.5 ppg
Rodney Purvis: 15 ppg
T.J. Warren: 12.7 ppg
Amile Jefferson: 19.7 ppg
Devonta Pollard: 8.3 ppg
Nate Britt: 12.3 ppg
A.J. Davis: 5.7 ppg
Katin Reinhardt: 12 ppg
Brice Johnson: 6 ppg
Anton Gill: 9 ppg
BeeJay Anya: 4.3 ppg
Nerlens Noel: 4.3 ppg
Andrew White: 7.3 ppg
Allerick Freeman: 5.7 ppg
James Robinson: 6.3 ppg
Jerami Grant: 4 ppg
Arnaud Moto: 2.0 ppg

Session III Game Recaps
Heat 93 Mavericks 69
Five players in double digits led by Ricardo Gathers and Chicken Knowles with 14 each were enough as the Heat melted the Mavericks 93-69. Ronnie Johnson, Kellen Dunham and Tony Parker all added 10 points to the cause. The lopsided victory overshadowed a very good performance by Amile Jefferson, who continues to pile up points in an impressive fashion finishing with 23. Andre Drummond added 16 points and snatched 5 boards in his marquee match-up with big Parker inside.

Grizzlies 79 Lakers 68
Terry Henderson scored 15 points and the Grizzlies remained unbeaten at 3-0 with a convincing 79-68 victory over a tough Lakers squad. Anthony Bennett continued to play steady basketball scoring 10 points in the victory. The Grizzlies were swarming on the defensive end of the floor creating havoc and showing why they are the team to beat at this camp. Adam Woodbury and Daniel Ochefu were lauded for their defensive effort throughout the victory. The win squashed an outstanding effort by Rasheed Sulaimon, who scored a game high 22 points including four 3's for the Lakers in the loss. Marcus Paige added 13 in the loss and played very steady keeping his team in the game up until the end.

Celtics 91 Spurs 83
Jordan Price continued his fine NBPA Top 100 Camp experience posting 19 points and moving the Celtics to a gaudy 3-0 with an upscale 91-83 victory in Friday morning action. A 48-42 contest at the half never got to out of hand thanks to a barrage of three's from Ron Patterson late in the second half, he would finish with 19 leading the Spurs. Joining Price in the scoring column, Glenn Robinson added 14 markers; Raphael Davis chipped in with 12 and was simply outstanding on the defensive end against Gabe York holding the scoring sensation to only 11 points. Jerome Hairston added 10 points in the win. Cameron Ridley and Marcus Smart added 15 and 14 respectively for the Spurs in the loss.

Magic 64 Thunder 59
The Magic did their best to make the Thunder disappear and move to 3-0 with a very hard fought 64-59 victory in Friday second session morning action. Katin Reinhardt was tough in clutch time converting foul shots and a short jumper and lever allowing the Magic to relinquish the lead in the latter stages of the game. Reinhardt led the Magic with 13 points followed closely by Andrew White with 11 and Yogi Ferrell with a 10 spot. Rodney Purvis made his camp debut with 15 points despite the losing effort. Nate Britt and Danuel House added 13 and 11 respectively for the Thunder. The proposed point guard match-up of Ferrell and Tyler Lewis never materialized as Lewis was unable to compete due to illness.

Bulls 71 Hawks 60
Post play took center stage as Brandon Ashley and Shaquille Cleare dominated inside combining for 32 points leading the Bulls past the Hawks 71-60. Cleare owned the offensive glass and Ashley clearly was a man possessed in his marquee match-up with Mitch McGary. Omar Calhoun added 17 markers in the win, while Mike Gesell played solid from the lead guard spot throughout the day. Shawn Smith was the only player for the Hawks in double figures with 12.

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