CHARLOTTESVILLE- The first day of the NBAPA Top 100 Camp is in the books and the Blue Devil Nation brings you highlights and thoughts from day one. The talent level is a bit watered down with the likes of Austin Rivers, Quincy Miller and others making the Team USA U-18 squad. Despite the absence of a few big names there are still plenty of intriguing prospects to watch and some of them will certainly make it to the league.
Michael Gbinije- Despite his disappointment of not making the USA U-18 team, Gbinije shook off jet lag to have a nice first day. In his second game of the day, Gbinije scored seven straight points during a key stretch finishing with 17 for the game and leading his Spurs team to a 98-82 win over the Jazz. Gbinije seemed to have benefited from the USA trials in that he was playing some really good on ball defense which showed improvement. Gbinije is a solid player whose quiet demeanor makes some of his game go unnoticed but there is no doubt that he can be a solid contributor at Duke.
Marshall Plumlee- Marshall ended day one with 8 and 7 points in his two games. He had one nice sequence when his team was down
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