"It's just about taking what they give you and getting everyone involved," Curry said proudly, afterwards.
Eastern Alamance coach John Moon commented from the sidelines that his star player proved he has an all-around game.
"He's playing against the top players in the country and has showed he can play at this level. He's scored, ran his team, passed in transition, and defended well … if anything he's enhanced his reputation."
The other evening performance worthy of mention was Ndudi Ebi, as the 6-10 Houston wing dropped 39 points, 21 boards and four blocks. He's leading the Festival in scoring and rebounding, and is putting a lot of records here in danger. And, of course, he's making it more and more clear that college might not be in the cards.
Sunday morning the gold medal and bronze medal games will conclude the Festival. The East will take on the South for the week's top prize. Stay tuned for a final camp wrapup posted by noon …