Phenom Hoops coverage of the athletes who attended our events doesn’t just happen when they walk through our doors. We follow the careers of each of these athletes, whether it be high school or through college and even (in some cases) on to the NBA.

In this segment, here is a recap of players who attended any number of events on our vast platform of exposure and how they did in their Division 1 or the NBA last night.

Phenom Hoops Coverage Tuesday’s Standouts

NBA

**Dallas rookie Dennis Smith Jr has been on fire throughout the past month, and he kept that rolling in the win over Orlando. In 34 minutes (and the start) Smith Jr finished with 20 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists but most importantly (for a point guard at least) he finished with a +16

**It was a career night for Miami Heat rookie Bam Adebayo. The post player, out of Kentucky, came off the bench for 33 minutes. He went right to work with 16 points on 8-14 from the field. He also finished with career highs with 15 rebounds and 5 blocked shots.

NCAA Division 1

**UNC junior Luke Maye finished with a career high as the #20 Tar Heels beat Boston College at home. He finished with 32 Points, going 13-20 from the floor. He also added 18 rebounds and went 4-5 from the 3-point line.

**Kentucky freshman Shai Gilgeous Alexander got the start against Texas A&M and played 39 minutes. The #21 Wildcats got the win and the 6’5” point guard finished with 16 points (6-10 FG), 7 rebounds, 5 Assists & 2 Blocks

**Boston College sophomore Ky Bowman played 37 minutes in the start against #20 UNC. Playing back home in his home state he made 4 threes and finished with 21 Points, 4 Rebounds and 5 Assists

**Virginia sophomore Kyle Guy started and played all 40 minutes for the #3 ranked Cavaliers. He went 5-5 from the free throw line and made 5 threes as he led all scorers with 22 points.

**Marquette senior Andrew Rowsey went 10-18 from the field and 4-8 from three as the Golden Eagles upset #13 Seton Hall. He scored 31 points and finished with 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Rowsey came into the game the nation’s #30 scorer in the country.

**Campbell junior Chris Clemons is known as a prolific scorer, as he was the #9 scorer in the country coming in. He maintained in the Camels win over Presbyterian as he went for 28 points on 8-13 FG and 2-4 3, with 5 rebounds and 2 steals.

**Northern Illinois sophomore Eugene German may be one of the more underrated, pure scorers in the country. He came in averaging just under 20 points per game and staying true to form he finished here with 19 points. He added 3 boards and 2 assists.

**Iowa State freshman went toe to toe with the #12 ranked Kansas Jayhawks and didn’t give an inch. The sturdy lead guard went for 27 points on 10-20 FG and 4-8 from 3. He also added 2 steals and 2 rebounds, for good measure.

Grant Williams Goes for a Career High Scoring Output in the SEC win over Vanderbilt

**Tennessee sophomore Grant Williams went bonkers, scoring 37 points on 12-20 from the field in the conference matchup with Vanderbilt. Williams went 13-15 from the free throw line and gathered 7 boards with 3 blocks for the #24 Volunteers

Alabama
Daniel Giddens: 11 points (5-5 FG)
Braxton Key: 7 Points (2-6 FG), 6 Rebounds, 5 Assists

Kentucky
Sacha Killeya Jones: 19 mins, 4 Points, 5 Boards

 

Oklahoma
Jordan Shepherd: 6 mins

Boston College
Jerome Robinson: 36 mins, 15 Points (3-6 3P), 3 Assists

UNC
Theo Pinson: 26 mins, 8 Points, 8 Boards, 5 Assists
Jalek Felton: 10 mins

Virginia
Mamadi Diakite: 9 mins

Butler
Joey Brunk: 2 mins

Creighton
Tyshon Alexander: 11 mins, 5 Points (2-43P)
Daivion Mintz: 20 mins (start), 9 Points, 5 Assists

Georgetown
Kaleb Johnson: 20 mins (start), 3 Points, 8 Boards

Indiana
Josh Newkirk: 30 mins (start), 16 Points, 4-8 FG, 4 Assists

Ohio
Zach Butler: 9 mins

Buffalo
Ikenna Smart: 11 mins (start)
Jeremy Harris: 30 mins (start) 17 Points, 7-10 FG, 4 Boards, 3 Steals
James Reese: 8 mins

Campbell
Cory Gensler: 36 mins (start) 2 Points, 4 Boards
Shane Whitfield: 34 mins (start), 12 Points
Demontez Oliver: 4 mins
Jacor Nelson: 11 mins, 6 points

Presbyterian
Reggie Dillard: 36 mins (start) 25 points, 5 boards
Armel Tete: 31 mins (start) 7 points
Davon Bell: 37 mins (start) 26 points, 6 boards, 7 assists
Romeo Crouch: 26 mins (start) 5 points
Jaron Withers: 21 mins (start) 5 points
Ruben Arroyo: 10 mins

Richmond
DeMonte Buckingham: 34 mins (start) 14 points, 7 boards
Nic Sherod: 21 mins (start) 15 points

Dayton
Jordan Davis: 10 mins (start)

Miami (Ohio)
Logan McClane: 18 mins (start) 7 points, 9 boards

Liberty
Georgie Pacheco-Ortiz: 31 mins (start) 11 points
Caleb Homesley: 19 mins (start) 13 points

Winthrop
Adam Pickett: 30 mins (start) 21 points, 7 boards, 5 assists
Charles Falden: 4 mins

Longwood
Kamil Chapman: 2 mins
Jashaun Smith: 10 mins, 9 points

UNC-Asheville
Ahmad Thomas: 30 mins (start) 13 points, 5-9 FG, 7 boards, 4 assists, 5 steals
Alec Wnuk: 25 mins, 8 points, 4 boards, 3 assists, 2 steals

Tulane
Renathan Ona Embo: 38 mins (start) 15 points, 6 assists

Memphis 
Victor Enoh: 10 mins

Radford
Donald Hicks: 21 mins (start) 8 points, 3 boards
Devonnte Holland: 16 mins, 8 points
Caleb Tanner: 19 mins, 13 points, 3-5 3P
Travis Fields: 20 mins, 7 points, 3 boards, 2 assists

Nebraska
Isaac Copeland: 32 mins (start) 12 points, 6 boards, 5-10 FG, 3 blocks
Thomas Allen: 15 mins, 8 points, 3-5 FG

Iowa State
Hans Brase: 25 mins, 2 points, 7 boards

VCU
Jonathan Williams: 34 mins (start) 21 Points, 6-11 FG, 3 Boards, 4 Assists, 2 steals
Deriante Jenkins:  31 mins (Start) 12 points, 9 boards, 3 assists
Sean Mobley: 20 mins 3 points, 8 boards
Tyler Maye: 5 mins
Mikel Sims:  17 mins, 7 points, 3-5 FG, 2 boards