Final: Mavericks 96 – Timberwolves 78

Best Players I Saw:

2025 6’4 Kiyan Anthony

Anthony has had some big games throughout the camp, but he may have had his most efficient game in this win today going for 34 points on 12-f-19 shooting.  It is clear that Anthony has that alpha mentality, looking to make plays, creating off the dribble, and scoring from all levels of the court. Anthony brings instant offense and has no problem in looking to take over and be that playmaker offensively. Again, he has been putting up big numbers all throughout the camp, leading the Top 100 in scoring but this may have been his most efficient game that we saw. Strong showing overall.

Game Stats: 34 points (12-for-19 shooting), 5 rebounds, 9-for-10 from the free throw line

2025 6’8 London Jemison

Jemison is one that we have talked about and learned more about his game, but getting a chance to watch him in action today, I really liked what he brings to the table.  At 6’8, Jemison has a really good feel that is fluid and versatile. He is comfortable in handling the basketball, pushing in transition and creating off the dribble, he can stretch the court from the perimeter, is a versatile piece on the defensive end being able to guard multiple positions, and impacts the game outside of scoring.  From what we saw, Jemison would be a great piece for a college program and would be impactful in a variety of ways.

Game Stats: 13 points, 10 rebounds, 3-for-6 from three

Other Players:

2025 6’8 John Clark

A forward that was able to be effective and active on the court, Clark found ways to contribute nicely in his team’s victory. The big man ran the floor well, showed some skillset in creating and putting on the deck, ran from end to end well, and stayed engaged on the boards. Took advantage of the opportunities that were there but also made things happen as well as finding ways to produce outside his offensive tools. Stats: 12 points, 10 rebounds

2026 7’2 Favour Ibe

Another big man that grabbed my eyes was Ibe. He certainly garners attention with his sheer size but he also gave us flashes of his ability to present problems down low. Ibe has a strong understanding of how to post up with his back to the basket, while also displaying solid footwork, keeps the ball high, and is active on the glass.  Though there is still room for development and strength in finishing, this is a young big that I would have my eyes on and still believe there is a lot left in the tank for him.

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