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March 29, 2012
Here is a look at the individual numbers in the West's 106-102 win over the East in the 2012 McDonald's All-American Game on Wednesday night.
Shabazz Muhammad: 21 points (game high), 10-of-18 FGs, 1-of-1 from three, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 6 TOs (game high) in 22 minutes
Carrying MVP expectations into the game, Muhammad came through with a solid, if not spectacular, MVP performance. He knocked down jumpers and got loose in transition although he did get loose with the basketball, too, at times.
Alex Poythress: 19 points, 8-of-12 FGs, 1-of-3 from three, 2-of-2 FTs, 2 rebounds, 1 TO, 1 block, 1 steal in 19 minutes
Poythress showed his tremendous athleticism while keeping the East in the game. Along with his scoring Poythress played tough defense while guarding a variety of positions.
Archie Goodwin: 14 points, 7-of-13 FGs, 0-of-2 from three, 3 rebounds, 1 TO, 3 steals in 18 minutes
Utilizing his athleticism, Goodwin slashed to the basket for several impressive buckets. He was also active defensively.
Kyle Anderson: 13 points, 6-of-15 FGs, 1-of-4 from three, 0-of-2 FTs, 8 rebounds, 8 assists (tied game-high), 3 TOs, 1 block, 4 steals (game-high) in 24 minutes
Anderson wasn't as efficient as usual, but he still flirted with a triple-double. He played a key role in the East's second-half comeback.
Kevin Ferrell: 3 points, 1-of-8 FGs, 0-of-1 from three, 1-of-3 FTs, 1 rebound, 8 assists (tied game-high), 1 block, 1 steal in 22 minutes
Ferrell didn't have a good shooting night from the field, but he did a great job of penetrating the defense and then finding shooters.
Rodney Purvis: 15 points, 7-of-14 FGs, 1-of-2 from three, 0-of-1 FTs, 3 assists, 2 steals in 22 minutes
Along with Anderson, Purvis was key to the East's comeback. He had some explosive drives to the basket and finished with zero turnovers.
Rasheed Sulaimon: 18 points, 6-of-13 FGs, 4-of-8 from three, 2-of-4 FTs, 1 rebound, 4 assists, 1 TO, 2 steals in 20 minutes
Sulaimon did what he does best- shoot the ball well from outside and play tough defense. He also dished out four assists to just one turnover.
Marcus Paige: 4 points, 2-of-7 FGs, 0-of-1 from three, 3 rebounds, 7 assists, 1 TO, 1 block, 1 steal in 20 minutes
Paige set the tone for the West early on by taking care of the basketball and distributing it.
Isaiah Austin: 10 points, 5-of-10 FGs, 0-of-1 from three, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 TO, 3 blocks (game-high), 1 steal in 17 minutes
It was a quiet performance for Austin, but he put up a quality stat line.
Tony Parker 10 points, 4-of-7 FGs, 2-of-2 from the line, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 TOs, 2 blocks in 15 minutes
Parker had a few impressive scoring plays and rebounds while playing with strength around the basket.
Cameron Ridley: 12 points, 5-of-10 FGs, 2-of-4 FTs, 9 rebounds, 2 TOs, 2 blocks in 17 minutes
Playing hard throughout the night, Ridley just missed on a double-double.
DaJuan Coleman: 7 points, 2-of-10 FGs, 1-of-2 FTs, 12 rebounds (game-high), 1 assist, 1 block, 1 steal in 20 minutes
The biggest player on the court, Coleman used his size to pull down a game-high 12 rebounds. He also had some impressive long outlet passes.
T.J. Warren: 10 points, 5-of-11 FGs, 0-of-1 from three, 5 rebounds, 2 assists in 16 minutes
A natural scorer, Warren had some tough misses early but turned it on in the second half.
Grant Jerrett: 8 points, 4-of-5 FGs, 0-of-2 FTs, 2 rebounds in 16 minutes
Jerrett took advantage of his limited touches, only missing one shot. He had perhaps the best scoring post move of the night.
Marcus Smart: 1 point, 0-of-4 FGs, 0-of-2 from three, 1-of-4 FTs, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 turnovers, 1 block in 20 minutes
Smart didn't find the range with his jumper, but he did have some terrific assist passes.
Tyler Lewis: 2 points, 1-of-7 FGs, 0-of-3 from three, 3 assists, 1 steal in 12 minutes
Like Harris, Lewis' jumper was off, but he did have three assists without a turnover.
Anthony Bennett: 9 points, 3-of-7 FGs, 1-of-3 from three, 2-of-2 FTs, 6 rebounds in 13 minutes
As he is known to do, Bennett had some impressive plays in the transition game.
Brandon Ashley: 6 points, 3-of-9 FGs, 0-of-1 from three, 10 rebounds in 13 minutes
Ashley didn't put up a lot of points, but he almost snagged a rebound for every minute he was on the court.
Perry Ellis: 4 points, 2-of-8 FGs, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 TOs in 13 minutes
Ellis had limited minutes but was productive during his second-half stretches.
Gary Harris: 2 points, 0-of-3 FGs, 0-of-2 from three, 2-of-2 FTs, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 TO, 2 blocks, 1 steal in 15 minutes
Harris' jumper was off, but he found other ways to contribute for the East.
Shaquille Goodwin: 8 points, 4-of-7 FGs, 0-of-2 from three, 4 rebounds, 1 assist in 13 minutes.
Goodwin brought some energy and productive play off the bench.
Amile Jefferson: 8 points, 4-of-10 FGs, 0-of-1 from three, 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 turnovers, 2 steals in 14 minutes
Jefferson was aggressive off the dribble and had some nice plays driving to the basket.
Kris Dunn: 4 points, 2-5 FGs, 0-1 from three, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 turnovers, 1 steal in 17 minutes
Dunn wasn't as efficient as he would like to be, but he had some plays that demonstrated his high ceiling as a point guard.
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