The future Tar Heel shot 11-11 from the field for a game-high 23 points and eight rebounds in an easy win over the state's junior all-stars.
"Even when we were up 30, I was telling the guys we had to play like we were down two," May told the Hoosier Times. "This is serious business. We're preparing for Kentucky. It's a rivalry. It's meaningful, not just another all-star game. We want to bring home two wins for Indiana."
The game against the all-stars from Kentucky is this Saturday.