The Boston Celtics evened the season series with the Washington Wizards last night, with a 110-104 overtime victory. Washington didn't have the best of nights, but they had a chance to win it in regulation despite a turnover filled night. They also overcame a 7-of-27 shooting performance from their All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal. Kyrie Irving led the Celtics with 28 points, Jaylen Brown had 18 and Marcus Morris scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half. Otto Porter
The main event showcased the future of college basketball and the NBA in one building, as some of the most elite high school boy's basketball prospects in the country, participated in the 2016 Jordan Brand Classic Boys All American Game. The game featured some talented high flyers, but, Kentucky commits stole the show. Kentucky commit De'Aaron Fox (23 points and 5 rebounds) would help lead the East Team to a 131-117 win winning MVP honors while his future teammate Malik Monk
Kentucky commit Bam Adebayo goes up high for the reverse Prior to the actual Jordan Classic games at the Barclay's center, we were invited to attend the team's practices at the beautiful Terminal 23 gym. What a treat it was. We saw 24 of the top boy's and girls players from across the country as well as 24 of the top international prospects go through various drills and competitive scrimmages throughout the nearly two hour practice. The talent on hand was simply jaw dropping.