Dhamir Cosby Roundtree was flawless shooting from the field, taking home MVP honors
The main event brought some of the top talent in the high school ranks as the United States All Stars took on the Capital All Stars. The US wasted no time in showcasing their talents as they took a 29-23 lead thanks in large part to the inside scoring from Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree (Neumann Goretti/ Villanova) and Darryl Morsell (Mount St Joseph/ Maryland). Capital All Stars rallied late in the half behind explosive forward Nate Watson (Bishop O'Connell/ Providence) and Ejike Obinna (Virginia Academy/ Vanderbilt) to cut the lead to one as they trailed 42-41 at the half. Cosby Roundtree led all scorers with 12 first half points.
US came out of the half on fire, going on a 16-1 run to take a 58-43 at the 16:27 mark. US guard Isaiah Washington brought some New York flair to DC, calling out Capital guards and scoring on three straight possessions to wow the crowd and put the US team out in front even more with a 77-57 lead. Capital All Stars responded with a 28-16 run capped off by a ferocious dunk from DJ Harvey (DeMatha/Notre Dame). to make it it 93-85 late. However. the surge wouldn't be enough as the US All Stars claimed the bragging rights by defeating the Capital All Stars 113-101. US forward Dhamir Cosby Roundtree (18 points 9-9 FG) and Capital center Luka Garza (18 points and 14 rebounds) were named MVP's of the game. Brandon Randolph posted a game high 22 points while Isaiah Washington wowed the crowed with 13 points and 5 assist to help lead the US All Stars. Explosive forwards Nate Watson and Deion Hammond added 14 and 10 points to help pace the Capital All Stars.
Capital center Luka Garza looks to drive the ball
Capital forward Nate Watson clears out space for the rebound
US guard Isaiah Washington let's one fly from NBA range