Yesterday's matchup between Raymond Felton's team and Lenny Cooke's team was over before Raymond hit the floor. Cooke played the first quarter and his team built a double figure lead by the end of the period.
Felton showed flashes of trying to carry his team on his back as he's done so many times, but today he came up short.
Felton ended up with 17 points, 2 boards, 4 assists, 1 steal, and shot 4-12 from the field.
Cooke finished with 17 points on 7-10 shooting, 2 boards, 5 assists, and a steal.
On the tournament front, the afternoon had the championship game with Lenny Cooke's team. Cooke's Warriors won by 35 points and Lenny led the way with 18 points, 9 boards, 2 assists, 4 steals and shot 8-13 from the field.
In Felton's consolation game, he took a backseat to the other competitors in a 1 point loss. He only shot 5 times, making 2 and finishing with 6 points, 2 boards, and 1 assist.
The night session brought an aura of excitement as the underclassmen all-star game featured hometown NYC product, Sebastian Telfair and "Easy Sleepy" Lebron James.
In the underclassmen game, Telfair put on a show, wowing the crowd with his cat-like quickness and flair for the dramatic. He finished with 29 points, 2 boards, 7 assists, 2 steals, and shot 12-15 from the floor. James lulled you to sleep again and then blew by his opponents for 22 points of his own to go with 7 assists and shot 10-17 from the field. Also of note was 6-8 stud Leon Powe who finished with 21 points, 9 boards on 10-17 shooting.
The upperclassmen game was an after thought after that display. Felton's team beat Cooke's team by 20. Felton played well, if not exceptional. He finished with 12 points, 2 boards, 3 assists, 2 steals, on 4-8 shooting. Jason Fraser came up big with a double-double, 12 points, 11 boards, and 1 assist on 4-6 shooting. Cooke didn't try and take over the game once he knew his team couldn't come back and only finished with 8 points, 6 boards, 5 assists, 3 steals, on 3-9 shooting.k
Other Notes From The Morning And Afternoon:
The Stewart twins seemed to be getting the hang of the camp in the last couple of games. Wednesday morning, Rodrick finished with 14 points, 5 boards, 3 assists, and 1 steal. He had a nice alley-oop that he flushed with 2 hands.
Lodrick once again took a backseat to the exceptional play of rising sophomore Telfair, but also finished with 14 points in the morning. He showed his amazing jumping ability in the 2nd half of Wednesday's morning session when he threw down a 2-handed alley-oop on impressive rising junior Powe and made the free throw.