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NBA Top 100 Camp Scoring Leaders, Recaps

Kyle Anderson, Rasheed Sulaimon, Justin Anderson, L.J. Rose strike a pose, BDN Photo

CHARLOTTESVILLE -Several close contests highlighted last nights evening session of the NBAPA Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, Virginia.  Future Blue Devil, Rasheed Sulaimon drained a three point shot to help get his Laker team to overtime, but a timeout called doomed them in that there are no timeouts allowed in the extra period. 

THURSDAY NIGHT RECAPS
Spurs 65
Mavericks 62

Kellen McCormick scored 10 points leading a very balanced Spurs attack and pushing them past the Mavericks 65-62 evening their record at 1-1 on the day’s action. Amile Jefferson continued to impress, scoring a game high 20 markers. T.J. Warren added 11 in the tough loss.

Grizzlies 79
Heat 63

Gary Harris posted 17 points and the Grizzlies moved to 2-0 on the first day with a 79-63 burning of the Heat. The Grizzlies stand as the top seed after the first day’s games based on point differential. Adam Woodbury turned in a strong performance with 13 points and was joined in the scoring column by Anthony Bennett with 11. Kyle Anderson led the Heat with 14 points. Tony Parker added 11 points.

Magic 81
Lakers 79

Codi Miller-McIntyre sank a short jumper in overtime pushing the Magic to an 81-79 victory over the Lakers and moving to 2-0 on the day. Miller-Mac was outstanding finishing with a camp high 26 points, including four 3’s. Katin Reinhardt added 10 points in the tight victory. Rasheed Sulaimon led the Lakers with 17 markers, including a deep three to knot the score in regulation. He was assisted in the scoring column by Javan Felix with 12.

Celtics 75
Bulls 64

The Celtics move to 2-0 in camp action with a hard fought 75-64 victory over the winless Bulls. Jordan Price was a young man against boys finishing with 21 large and his running mate Savon Goodman added 18 in the win. Glenn Robinson added 12 points for the Celtics. Mike Gesell was high man for the Bulls finishing with 12. Shaquille Clear added 10 in the loss.

Hawks 55
Thunder 53

Arnaud Moto tipped in a missed chance and the Hawks came back from a major deficit to slide past the Thunder 55-53. Mitch McGary converted a 3-point play the old fashioned way and the Hawks grabbed their first lead of the game with a little under four minutes remaining in the contest. From that point a back and forth contest ended with the Moto tip. Sam Dekker led the Hawks with 14 points and Gavin Ware captured a double/double with 10 points and 11 boards. Jordan Burgess led all scorers with 16 points in the tough loss.

Top 10 Games
1. Codi Miller-McIntyre, Magic 26
2. Jordan Price, Celtics 21
3. Amile Jefferson, Mavericks 20
4. Tyler Lewis, Thunder 19
5. Jerome Hairston, Celtics 17
T.J. Warren, Mavericks 17
Rasheed Sulaimon, Lakers 17
Gary Harris, Grizzlies 17
9. Codi Miller-McIntyre, Magic 16
Amile Jefferson, Mavericks 16
Jordan Burgess, Thunder 16

# Name
Year Team Game 1 Game 2 PPG
23 Codi Miller-McIntyre 2012 Magic 16 26 21.0
84 Amile Jefferson 2012 Mavericks 16 20 18.0
47 Jordan Price 2012 Celtics 14 21 17.5
8 Jordan Burgess 2012 Thunder 13 16 14.5
73 T.J. Warren 2012 Mavericks 17 11 14.0
56 Savon Goodman 2012 Celtics 8 18 13.0
20 Gary Harris 2012 Grizzlies 8 17 12.5
5 Nate Britt 2013 Thunder 14 10 12.0
80 Adam Woodbury 2012 Grizzlies 10 13 11.5
30 Rasheed Sulaimon 2012 Lakers 6 17 11.5
35 Katin Reinhardt 2012 Magic 13 10 11.5
33 Anthony Bennett 2012 Grizzlies 11 11 11.0
103 Gavin Ware 2012 Hawks 12 10 11.0
78 Chicken Knowles 2012 Heat 15 7 11.0
63 Mitch McGary 2012 Hawks 12 9 10.5
51 Justin Anderson 2012 Heat 14 7 10.5
83 Devonta Pollard 2012 Magic 15 6 10.5
53 Robert Carter 2012 Celtics 12 8 10.0
67 Daniel Ochefu 2012 Grizzlies 12 8 10.0
77 Tony Parker 2012 Heat 9 11 10.0
88 Anton Gill 2013 Lakers 11 9 10.0
44 Omar Calhoun 2012 Bulls 14 5 9.5
45 Sam Dekker 2012 Hawks 5 14 9.5
31 Jordan Tebbutt 2012 Lakers 10 9 9.5
3 Tyler Lewis 2012 Thunder 19 0 9.5
42 Danuel House 2012 Thunder 15 4 9.5
15 Jordan Adams 2012 Bulls 14 4 9.0
21 Brice Johnson 2012 Bulls 12 6 9.0
2 Yogi Ferrell 2012 Magic 11 7 9.0
37 Marcus Smart 2012 Spurs 9 9 9.0
76 Zena Edosomwan 2012 Spurs 10 8 9.0
7 Jerome Hairston 2012 Celtics 17 0 8.5
69 Glenn Robinson 2012 Celtics 5 12 8.5
66 Steve Taylor 2012 Grizzlies 12 5 8.5
75 Brandon Bolden 2012 Lakers 11 6 8.5
03 Rosco Allen 2012 Magic 9 8 8.5
38 Ryan Arcidiacono 2012 Spurs 11 6 8.5
57 Montrezl Harrell 2012 Bulls 10 6 8.0
36 Michael Frazier 2012 Hawks 10 6 8.0
4 Ronnie Johnson 2012 Heat 9 7 8.0
52 Kyle Anderson 2012 Heat 2 14 8.0
00 Javan Felix 2012 Lakers 4 12 8.0
48 Denzel Valentine 2012 Magic 12 4 8.0
14 Mike Gesell 2012 Bulls 3 12 7.5
9 J.P. Tokoto 2012 Grizzlies 14 1 7.5
26 James Robinson 2012 Grizzlies 9 6 7.5
109 Joell James 2012 Hawks 13 2 7.5
65 George Niang 2012 Lakers 11 4 7.5
102 Robert Upshaw 2012 Lakers 6 9 7.5
105 A.J. Hammons 2012 Magic 6 9 7.5
49 Allerik Freeman 2012 Mavericks 9 6 7.5
60 Marcus Hunt 2012 Mavericks 13 2 7.5
46 Braxton Ogbueze 2012 Grizzlies 5 9 7.0
13 Jabari Bird 2012 Heat 10 4 7.0
55 Ricardo Gathers 2012 Heat 10 4 7.0
108 Hanner Perea 2012 Spurs 6 8 7.0
02 Xavier Johnson 2012 Bulls 9 4 6.5
86 A.J. Davis 2013 Celtics 13 0 6.5
59 Twymond Howard 2012 Heat 7 6 6.5
16 Alex Caruso 2012 Mavericks 6 7 6.5
04 Cameron Biedschied 2012 Spurs 9 4 6.5
104 Brandon Ashley 2012 Bulls 4 8 6.0
106 Shaquille Cleare 2012 Bulls 2 10 6.0
54 Raphael Davis 2012 Celtics 8 4 6.0
101 Elijah Macon 2012 Celtics 6 6 6.0
40 Kellen Dunham 2012 Heat 9 3 6.0
19 Jerami Grant 2012 Spurs 3 9 6.0
72 Chris Walker 2013 Thunder 8 4 6.0
22 Terry Henderson 2012 Grizzlies 11 0 5.5
79 Steve Taylor 2012 Grizzlies 2 9 5.5
12 Damien Wilson 2012 Hawks 4 7 5.5
74 Andrew White 2012 Magic 9 2 5.5
10 Ron Patterson 2012 Spurs 9 2 5.5
100 BeeJay Anya 2013 Thunder 9 2 5.5
70 D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera 2012 Hawks 8 2 5.0
58 Jeremy Hollowell 2012 Lakers 5 5 5.0
25 J-Mychal Reese 2012 Mavericks 2 8 5.0
107 Landen Lucas 2012 Mavericks 6 4 5.0
62 Kellen McCormick 2012 Spurs 0 10 5.0
82 Cameron Ridley 2012 Spurs 4 6 5.0
01 Gabe York 2012 Spurs 7 3 5.0
61 Grant Jerrett 2012 Thunder 4 6 5.0
41 Kris Dunn 2012 Bulls 5 4 4.5
1 Marcus Paige 2012 Lakers 5 4 4.5
29 Daiquan Walker 2012 Hawks 7 2 4.5
90 Matt Costello 2012 Celtics 6 2 4.0
43 Shawn Smith 2012 Hawks 8 0 4.0
24 Nerlens Noel 2013 Magic 0 8 4.0
28 Josh Scott 2012 Thunder 2 6 4.0
50 Anrio Adams 2012 Bulls 2 5 3.5
97 Elijah Brown 2013 Magic 7 0 3.5
27 L.J. Rose 2012 Celtics 2 4 3.0
18 William Goodwin 2012 Lakers 2 4 3.0
11 Alex Poythress 2012 Magic 2 4 3.0
81 Andre Drummond 2012 Mavericks 2 4 3.0
95 Kenny Kaminski 2012 Heat 5 0 2.5
32 Negus Webster-Chan 2012 Thunder 0 5 2.5
6 Charles Mann 2012 Hawks 2 - 2.0
91 Miles Overton 2013 Grizzlies 2 0 1.0
64 Arnaud Moto 2012 Hawks 0 2 1.0
93 Nick Tatu 2012 Hawks 2 0 1.0
89 DeLante Victory 2013 Thunder 2 0 1.0
07 Tyler Clark 2012 Celtics 0 0 0.0
05 Aubrey Dawkins 2012 Heat 0 0 0.0
06 Darrin Minnifield 2013 Lakers 0 0 0.0
39 Kareem Canty 2012 Mavericks 0 0 0.0
68 Rodney Purvis 2012 Thunder - - #DIV/0!

NBA Top 100 Camp Morning Recap

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BDN is on hand for the NBA Top 100 Camp on the campus of the University of Virginia and we’ll bring you updates on our message board all weekend long.  We are focused in on key Duke prospects and have a lot of cool stuff coming members’ way.  Here are the stats and recaps from the morning session.  For more detailed analysis, join BDN Premium for full site access. 

THURSDAY MORNING RECAPS

Lakers 71
Spurs 68

Ryan Arcidiacono led a low scoring affair with 11 points and watched as Gabe York’s game-tying attempt sailed short and the Lakers edged past a tough Spurs squad 71-68 in the opening game of the 2011 NBPA Top 100 Camp this morning. Zena Edosomwan added 10 points in the close victory. George Niang, Brandon Bolden and Anton Gill finished with 11 points each and Jordan Tebbutt added 10.

Grizzlies 96
Mavericks 78

The Grizzlies, led by 6 players in double digits, defeated the Mavericks 96-78. J.P. Tokoto led the Grizzlies in scoring with 14 points. He was followed very closely by Evan Nolte and Daniel Ochefu with 12 each, Anthony Bennett and Terry Henderson with 11 each, and Adam Woodbury with 10. T.J. Warren led all scorers with 17 points for the Mavericks in the loss. Amile Jefferson added 16 and Marcus Hunt contributed 13.

Heat 89
Bulls 76

Chicken Knowles led with 15 points as the Heat blistered the Bulls 89-76 in opening day action at the NBPA Top 100 Camp. Justin Anderson added 14 points while Jabari Bird and Ricardo Gathers finished with 10 points apiece for the victors. Omar Calhoun and Jordan Adams finished with 14 points each for the Bulls in the tough loss. Brice Johnson added 12 and Montrezl Harrell finished with 10 in the loss.

Celtics 91
Thunder 86

The Celtics came out like a ball of fire scoring the game’s first 17 points, and then withstood a furious Thunder rally to come away with a 91-86 victory. Jerome Hairston led a crew of four teammates in double digits with 17. Joining him in the scoring column were Jordan Price with 14, A.J. Davis with 13 and Robert Carter with 12. Tyler Lewis led all scorers in the game with 19 points for Thunder. Danuel House added 15, Nate Britt 14 and Jordan Burgess 13 in the close loss.

Magic 101
Hawks 73

The Magic placed five players in double digits as they vanquished the Hawks 101-73 in the morning session’s final contest. Codi Miller-McIntyre was outstanding, scoring 16 points and controlling the tempo of the game throughout. Devonta Pollard added 15 points while Katin Reinhardt finished with 13, Denzel Valentine managed 12 and Yogi Ferrell added 11 in the convincing victory. Joell James led the Hawks with 13 points followed closely by Gavin Ware and Mitch McGary with 12. Michael Frazier added 10 in the loss.

# Name Year Team Game 1
3 Tyler Lewis 2012 Thunder 19
7 Jerome Hairston 2012 Celtics 17
73 T.J. Warren 2012 Mavericks 17
23 Codi Miller-McIntyre 2012 Magic 16
84 Amile Jefferson 2012 Mavericks 16
42 Danuel House 2012 Thunder 15
83 Devonta Pollard 2012 Magic 15
78 Chicken Knowles 2012 Heat 15
47 Jordan Price 2012 Celtics 14
15 Jordan Adams 2012 Bulls 14
44 Omar Calhoun 2012 Bulls 14
5 Nate Britt 2013 Thunder 14
9 J.P. Tokoto 2012 Grizzlies 14
51 Justin Anderson 2012 Heat 14
86 A.J. Davis 2013 Celtics 13
8 Jordan Burgess 2012 Thunder 13
109 Joell James 2012 Hawks 13
35 Katin Reinhardt 2012 Magic 13
60 Marcus Hunt 2012 Mavericks 13
53 Robert Carter 2012 Celtics 12
21 Brice Johnson 2012 Bulls 12
63 Mitch McGary 2012 Hawks 12
103 Gavin Ware 2012 Hawks 12
48 Denzel Valentine 2012 Magic 12
66 Steve Taylor 2012 Grizzlies 12
67 Daniel Ochefu 2012 Grizzlies 12
2 Yogi Ferrell 2012 Magic 11
33 Anthony Bennett 2012 Grizzlies 11
22 Terry Henderson 2012 Grizzlies 11
38 Ryan Arcidiacono 2012 Spurs 11
65 George Niang 2012 Lakers 11
75 Brando Bolden 2012 Lakers 11
88 Anton Gill 2013 Lakers 11
57 Montrezl Harrell 2012 Bulls 10

BDN’s Monday Musings

BDN Photographer Rick Crank captured Cutcliffe as he closed the Duke Football Camp this past weekend. BDN Photo, Rick Crank

A friend of mine told me over the weekend that it must be nice to finally have a break in my work with the season over and no sports in play around the Duke campus.  As I explained to him, there are no breaks when you run a Duke web site for there is always something going on.  Just this past weekend Duke Football held there annual camp as some of their top prospects and area talent put their skills on display.   BDN will be bringing you coverage from the event this coming weekend and we’ll recap the past weekend as well tomorrow.  Coach Cutcliffe is turning the football program around and it’s exciting to watch him add building blocks for the future.  BDN continues to offer our football prospect interviews for free, so please visit often for we are dedicated to following Duke Football Recruiting.

Returning Duke players Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith and Seth Curry all attended the CP3 Developmental Camp this past week as well.  Reports and sources say that all of them enjoyed a successful camp.  And speaking of camps, the Duke Basketball Camp gets underway this weekend as well.

Another big camp kicks off this week and that is the NBA Top 100 Camp in Charlottsville, Virginia.  Several Duke prospects will be on hand as will BDN to bring you coverage via out site and our popular twitter page.  Be sure to sign up for our twittwer page for updates as the camp progresses.  For a complete listing of the prospects on hand, check out BDN Premium’s message board.  Also, see our trial one month offer for BDN Premium, so that you might see if you like what we have to offer.

BDN’s Andrew Slater talked with Isaiah Austin recently and we bring premium members an in depth interview with a kid who is ranked #2 in his class by Prep Stars.  Austin is an Arlington, Texas native and stands 6-11 and while listed as a center, he has great perimeter skills.  Check out Andrew’s in depth interview with a kid who is truly one of the nations elite.

It was good to see former Blue Devil Quin Snyder be tabbed as an assistant coach by Doug Collins, the new coach of Philadelphia 76’ers.  This is a great opportunity for Quin.

We still have a couple of offerings on the way from the Coach K Academy including a nice one on one with ESPN anaylist Jay Bilas.  Be sure to check out the Chris Collins interview and Elton Brand, both of which have already been posted.

Good Monday all, and Go Duke.  Oh!  And there is never an off season if you want to cover Duke Athletics right.  Don’t forget to sign up and follow us on twitter where we are listed as BlueDevilNation.  Also, see and join us on our facebook page as well.