Indiana Elite v. So-Cal All-Stars

Indiana Elite 84, S0-Cal All-Stars 60 (Final)

Elite loses focus a bit in the second half but ultimately has no trouble securing the win.

Demetrius Walker was impressive in the second half, cutting through the lane with ease and throwing down a few dunks with flare. Will he be the next to commit to the Hoosiers?


Indiana Elite 72, So-Cal All-Stars 47 (End of 3rd Quarter)

Bobby Capobianco introduces himself to the Assembly Hall crowd. The 6-8 forward — and IU commit — hit a 3 in the third quarter and then hit two quick buckets in the final ten seconds. He drove the lane for one, then made a steal and hits a fade away from just inside the arc.


Indiana Elite 48, So-Cal All-Stars 24 (End of 2nd Quarter)

Maybe I hyped this game too much.

Or maybe Indiana Elite is this good. Van Treese stepped up in that quarter, driving to the lane and drawing fouls while helping to contain the Wear twins. Colt Ryan, the Batesville guard who I think will start to get more major offers later this summer, had back-to-back buckets on smart, simple plays.


Indiana Elite 26, So-Cal All-Stars 10 (End of 1st Quarter)
Jordan Hulls charges out, scoring 11 points on 3-of-4 shooting from 3 and a beautiful runner in the lane. He also picks up two assists on passes to Van Treese. And he’s the one guarding Walker, who was held to four points.


This is probably the game of the tournament.

Mason Plumlee, Stephan Van Treese and Bobby Capobianco must deal with the Wear twins, David and Travis.

Good guard matchup, too, with Demetrius Walker and Jordan Hulls on the floor.

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