NBPA: Session IV Scoring Leaders, Recaps

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA -- Here is a list of the scoring leaders and a recap of the games from Friday's evening session. Amile Jefferson leads the camp in scoring and Nate Britt scored a tourney-high 30 points tonight.

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

Session IV Scoring Leaders

Top 10 Game Performances
1. Nate Britt 30
2. Amile Jefferson 26
3. Codi Miller-McIntyre 26
4. Amile Jefferson 23
5. Brandon Ashley 23
6. Rasheed Sulaimon 22
7. Jordan Price 21
8. Amile Jefferson 20
T.J. Warren 20
9. Tyler Lewis 19
Jordan Price 19
Ron Patterson 19
Sam Dekker 19

Notable Scoring Leaders
Tyler Lewis: 9.5 ppg
Rodney Purvis: 16.5 ppg
T.J. Warren: 14.5 ppg
Amile Jefferson: 21.3 ppg
Devonta Pollard: 7.5 ppg
Nate Britt: 16.8 ppg
A.J. Davis: 5.3 ppg
Katin Reinhardt: 11 ppg
Brice Johnson: 6 ppg
Anton Gill: 9 ppg
BeeJay Anya: 3.8 ppg
Nerlens Noel: 4.3 ppg
Andrew White: 7.3 ppg
Allerick Freeman: 4.8 ppg
James Robinson: 6.3 ppg
Jerami Grant: 4.5 ppg
Arnaud Moto: 2.0 ppg

Session IV Game Recaps
Spurs 68 Grizzlies 54
The triumvirate of Ron Patterson, Cameron Biedschied and Cameron Ridley scored 14, 13 and 11 points respectively as the Spurs heeled the Grizzlies from the ranks of the unbeaten 68-54 in Friday evening action. The Grizzlies found scoring to be quite an issue with no players landing in double digits. Anthony Bennett led with 9 points in the discouraging loss.

Lakers 72 Bulls 69
Anton Gill drained an off balance leaner from three giving the Lakers a thrilling 72-69 win over a surging Bulls squad in early Friday night action at the NBPA Top 100 Camp version 2011. Jeremy Hollowell was high scorer for the Lakers dropping 14 and Jordan Tebutt chipped with 10 in the close victory. Brandon Ashley was a beast on the interior finishing with 23 points for the Bulls in the close loss.

Thunder 97 Mavericks 82
Nate Britt, picking up the slack for the under the weather Tyler Lewis, busted out for a camp-high 30 points leading the Thunder to a resounding 97-82 victory over the Mavericks. The contest featured a couple of intriguing marquee match-ups with Rodney Purvis of the Thunder getting the better of J-Mychal Reese by the tune of 18 points to 9 in the victory. Amile Jefferson did his best to keep the Mavericks in the game scoring 26 points and his running mate T.J. Warren managed 20 despite the margin of victory. In the games other marquee match-up Chris Walker of the Thunder responded huge with 13 points and five rebounds while matching up with Andre Drummond, who finished with 5 points and 7 boards. Danuel House added 12 points for the Thunder in the victory.

Magic 73 Heat 64
Roscoe Allen dangled 15 points and Yogi Ferrell added 10 as the Magic pushed their camp record to 4-0 with a slick 73-64 win over a tough Heat squad. The usual scoring threats for the Magic came up cold but Allen was ready for the save with his personal camp high this evening. Ronnie Johnson finished with 14 points leading the Heat. The Magic finish as the top seed for tomorrow's playoff action.

Celtics 59 Hawks 56
The Celtics rode the coattails of scoring machine Jordan Price, who finished with 16, to remain as one of the camps two unbeaten squads with a close 59-56 victory over a determined Hawks squad. The Hawks closed the gap late and after pulling to within three had a chance to tie as Mitch McGary, who led all scorers with 19 points, rimmed off a three at the buzzer.

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