FOH-Rotary Game Report

BURIEN - In a battle between the State of Washington's two premiere AAU teams, Rotary of Seattle dismantled Friends of Hoop Sunday afternoon down during the Washington Premier League at Highline Community College. The overwhelming talent advantage, speed and swagger of Rotary were way too much for an undermanned, slower and offensively deficient Friends of Hoop squad.

Rotary of Seattle staked an early claim to the title of Top Dog in Washington AAU basketball. Here are how some of the state's elite talent performed in the showdown.

Tony Wroten, Jr. – He continues to bring down the house with thunderous dunks and phenomenal offensive skills. Being able to take the ball to the basket at will and hit long range jumpers kept the defense at bay for the entire game. Hard fouls were no deterrent to Wroten putting up huge numbers. Shot selection continues to be the only knock on one of the nation's top 2011 prospects. The Garfield freshman finished with a strong 22 unofficial points even though he played 10 minutes in the first half.

Peyton Siva – The Franklin junior has taken the reigns at the point guard position once again and showed an ability to play in control and create for his teammates, instead of just looking for an open shot. Siva's ability to play smart basketball, grab rebounds and create has taken his game to an even higher level. An impressive performance on the defensive end gave fits to the FOH offense all game. Siva capped off his afternoon with a 360 dunk to the crowd's delight. A summer of improving at the point guard position is crucial for Peyton to be able to run the point at the next level. Siva finished with an unofficial 16 points, five assists and three steals.

Josh Smith – One rebound stood in the way of Mr. Smith and a double-double (11 points and nine rebounds). Picking up five rebounds in the first five minutes set the tone early and allowed the Kentwood sophomore to dictate the key on both ends for the entire game. The strength, footwork and confidence continue to grow, allowing Smith to use his size and brute force to dominate the inside. Smith's weak-side defense and rebounding are progressing at a high rate. With a lot of scorers filling out the Rotary roster, the big man had few opportunities to showcase his moves inside. Creating opportunities for himself off of missed shots was the norm for Smith this afternoon. If the perimeter players got him the ball inside, he could of finished with monster numbers.

Aaron Dotson - The Top 100 prospect and former Rotary player had a quiet and rather disappointing afternoon. Rotary's defense kept the Rainier Beach junior off of the glass, away from the basket and out of the box score for the vast majority of the game. Dotson ended up with an unofficial four points. Top Stories