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Second Session games of Eurobasket Summer League Las Vegas excite a crowded UNLV rec center! - Jul 20, 2013


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Kyle Harvey
After a great first day of fundamental drills, team practices and evaluation games, the second session games of the Eurobasket Summer League have begun. To say the least, these games certainly did not disappoint the crowded gym at the UNLV recreational center. The fans, team personnel, scouts and agents were impressed with the gritty, organized play of the players as well as the outstanding highlight reel dunks. We look forward to another exciting day of games on the third day of the Las Vegas ESL as the playoffs should be very interesting as these teams are very, very competitive.

Day 2

Game 1: Manchester 62 - Lugano 56
The first game of the camp saw Manchester and Lugano face off in what was a competitive game from start to finish, but saw Manchester come out on top with coach Chris Warren's fast-paced style. Manchester got off to a 10-0 start and never trailed after that, winning 62-56, although Lugano made several runs. Jack Houpt (201-F-90, college: W.Illinois) and LaPhonso Ellis Jr. (191-G-87, college: Greenville) both scored 15 points, hitting a combined six threes to lead Manchester. BJ Benning and Gregory Dilligard (203-F-85, agency: Warren Sports International) both had six rebounds. Team Luganos Stan Brown (203-F-90, agency: SDJ Sports) had 12 points and four rebounds and his teammate Will Harris (198-F-86, college: Albany) had 10 points.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-DWoTfWCx4

Game 2: Monaco 74 - Moscow 54
It was domination from start to finish for Monaco as they defeated Moscow 74-54. Simply put, Monaco was too much for Moscow to handle. They started out on a 13-4 run and led by 20+ for most of the game. Scott VanderMeer (213-C-86, agency: Worldwide Career Management, college: Ill.-Chicago) was the star, scoring 22 points and recording 11 rebounds and three blocks. Plenty others contributed, including Cedric Ridle Jr. (188-PG-90, agency: Worldwide Career Management, college: Lincoln, MO) and Garland Judkins (193-G-89) who scored 18 and 17 points, respectively. Tyrone Hanson (200-G/F-87, college: Jackson St.), who showed off his deadly three point shot, going 5-of-6 from three, finished with 20 points, doing all he could to keep Moscow in the game. Ephraim Ekanem (201-F-91) had 10 points and six rebounds. Chad July (206-C-90, college: Augusta St.) has been added to Moscows roster.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PlOafnfdE4

Game 3: Venice 68 - Zurich 61
The first overtime game of the camp featured Venice and Zurich, in a physical game that went back and forth. Ultimately, Venice was able to survive, defeating Zurich 68-61, dominating the entire overtime. With 10 seconds left, Venice coach Michael Stinnett smartly opted not to call a timeout and it led to a wide open layup in transition for
Tim Parham (206-F/C-83, agency: Worldwide Career Management, college: Md-E Shore) to force overtime. Parham was the best player on the court, finishing with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Ryan Bogdan (193-G/F-91) also had a good game for Venice with 19 points, hitting three from behind the arc. Zurish fought hard all game and came up just short. Ray Mitchell (193-G-84) had 11 points and four rebounds and Bennett Shaw (179-PG-91, agency: ProSportsCareers) had 10 points and three assists for Zurich.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjSB8ksJQtg

Game 4: Siena 72 - Cantu 63
The fourth game of the day was an up and down game throughout. It was back and forth for the majority of the game, but Siena was able to pull away in the fourth quarter winning the game 72-63. Dane Rawlings was the star, finishing with 20 points and four rebounds, including a couple flashy dunks. Stefan Welsh (190-G-87, college: Arkansas) had 16 points, Calvin Edwards had 11 points and Mohamed Esseghir (208-C/F-85, agency: Prossin Sports Management Inc., college: S.Florida) controlled the paint with 10 points and eight rebounds for Siena. Kyle Harvey (195-F-91) who had 16 points and a monstrous dunk that is the highlight of the camp so far, led Cantu, along with Al Muteba (193-G-87, college: Edinboro), who had 18 points and five rebounds.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jE1f2FTwLoE

Game 5: Moscow 54 - Lugano 52
The fifth game of the day featured Moscow and Lugano in a tight game that featured several lead changes throughout. Moscow was able to narrowly escape winning 54-52 over Lugano. It gave Coach Patrick O'Herron (agency: Warren Sports International ) his first victory of the day, lifting a weight off his shoulders. It came down to the final seconds with Moscow staving off a last second shot. Moscow was lead by new addition Jay Bowdy, who had 11 points and Ephraim Ekanem, who was a physical force, and added eight points and six rebounds. Lugano had a strong all-around effort from multiple players, highlighted by Presano Bells 12 points.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZZeZmq22vQ

Game 6: Monaco 76 - Manchester 63
The final score may not have been indicative of the way this game went. Monaco continued to impress, dominating from start to finish, beating Manchester 76-63. They started the game on a 32-9 run and credit Manchester for not giving up and fighting back to trim the lead to 66-58 with five minutes left. Monaco, once again, led by Scott VanderMeers 24 points and 12 rebounds, as well as Christopher Sampson (201-F-87, college: Bloomfield) with 16 points and six rebounds. Manchester received a solid effort from Jimmy Langhurst, who single handedly kept Manchester in the game, scoring eight straight to begin the second half and finishing with 12. BJ Benning also had 12 points.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWpDplUlSuw

Game 7: Venice 63 - Cantu 62
Yet another extremely close game once again came down to the final seconds of overtime. Venice was down by one with just 10 seconds on the clock and, as they did in their first game, pulled off a miraculous win when Kyle Harvey drained two free throws with seconds left, only to have Chris Teasley (191-G-90, college: Va.Wesleyan) come back down the court and drill a floater to win the game. Teasley was the star, scoring 22 points and recording six rebounds. Tim Parham had another strong game with 12 points and 10 rebounds, his second straight double-double and Ryan Bogdan finished with 17, hitting five threes. Cantu was lead by Kyle Harveys 21 points and Orren Tims (196-F-89) 14 points and six rebounds.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYq9cCkhyJc

Game 8: Siena 77 - Zurich 65
The final game of the day was close until Stefan Welsh happened. Trailing early in the third quarter, Welsh took over, hitting threes on four consecutive possessions, causing the crowd to go insane. Siena won 77-65 on the heels of his 26-point performance. Mohamed Esseghir had 14 points and eight rebounds and Dane Rawlings had a steady eight points, six rebounds and four assists. Zurich was lead by Bennett Shaws 16 points and Ray Mitchells 13 points and seven rebounds.

To view film of this game click on link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0LJ9ipM3oY   




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