Boston Celtics – 66
Miami Heat – 71

Keyshaun Langley (Boston Celtics)
8 Points, 3-11 FG, 4 Boards, 3 Assists, 5 Steals

There is not a better point of attack defender that we have seen, in the country. Anticipation, hands and quick twitch ability is tough for anyone. Langley showed aggression with the ball and once he fell into his comfort zone made plays all over the floor. WINNER!


Keon Johnson (Miami Heat)
11 Points, 4-7 FG, 2-3 FT, 3 Boards

We spoke extensively last year about Johnson as a high major, top 100 propsect…it appears everyone else is catching on. Lengthy wing who is very explosive, his ball skills have rounded out and is playing well within the half court.



Omar Payne (Miami Heat)
0 Points, 0-1 FG, 12 Boards, 3 Blocks

Love Payne’s stat line. You come into these events wondering how a big man can assert himself with ball dominate guards. Well Payne did that, as he is leading the camp in rebounds and tied for the lead in blocked shots.