CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- There will be plenty of action in Assembly Hall today for the Shootout at the…
Shootout at the Hall Recap
Brandon Paul, SG, Warren – The highlight that everyone will remember will be Paul's baseline slam on a Curie defender, but the reason Warren won the game was because of his defense on Wayne Blackshear and his passing ability. This is a guy that will fill a role at Illinois and will be a very solid player. He's got good athleticism finishes well at the rim and plays hard. He filled the stat sheet finishing with 17 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and four steals. Joseph Bertrand, SF/PG, Sterling – Straped with foul trouble, Bertrand didn't get to play as many minutes as Sterling coach Tim Lavin wanted. The Illinois commit stands 6-foot-5 and spends a lot of time playing on the ball for the Warriors. Bertrand created for his teammates and showed of an impressive court vision. He finished with James Kinney, SG/PG, Centennial – It may not have been his best shooting night of the year, but the Ohio commit dished it out to teammates. He was quick off the dribble and...
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