Back at the Hall for Day 2 . . .

Ok. I misled you. I try not to.

Looks like Little McCallum won’t be playing for Team Take Over. Not sure why. He’s also playing for the Fort Wayne Flames so he’s clearly pretty busy this weekend.

Ebanks scores 31 to lead his Team Take Over to a 72-60 win.

Not that you needed me to tell you this, but he’s for real. Pretty much unlimited offensive potential, seemingly the desire to learn to make his exerted energy on defense matter and a motor any coach would love to have.

He declared after the game that Indiana has now pulled “neck and neck” with Miami for the lead. He’d like to make a decision by the end of the summer.

How bout this news? Ray McCallum Jr. and Eshaunte “Bear” Jones will join the New York-based Team Take Over for its 5 p.m. game.

Earlier today, the younger McCallum said he definitely wants to play for his father in college. Ray McCallum Sr. is currently an assistant with Indiana, but was mentioned for several open coaching jobs this off-season. He’s been a head coach at his alma mater Ball State and Houston, and will almost assuredly have the chance to take over his own program before his son, who will be a sophomore next year, heads off to college.

Jones, a Fort Wayne native who will graduate from high school next month, has given a verbal to Indiana to join the class of 2008. He’ll play at a prep school next year.


It’s time for Devin Ebanks and Team Take Over to, well, take over the court here.

Ebanks, as reported, is a tall, lanky kid. Very much like the two Kevins he has been compared to: Durant and Garnett. There doesn’t appear to be a whole lot of help on his team, but we’ll only know when the game actually starts.