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Kenner League Week 3 In Review

Another week, another Kenner League hot dog
Another week, another Kenner League hot dog

Here's a summary for the players I saw in the three games I watched on Saturday. Unfortunately I missed DCX v. Team Takeover which featured Markel Starks, Nate Lubick, Jabril Trawick and Mikael Hopkins. Former Indiana Hoosier star and DeMatha product Victor Oladipo suited up for Team Takeover as well.

Moses Ayegba: 19pts 11 rebounds, 1 stl, 1 ast, 1 TO 75%FG 1/2 from the line, 2 fouls
Moses looked very good today. He's the type of big man more suited to Kenner League's up and down style of play. He runs the court very well and was rewarded for it on several occasions. Moses scored on a variety of post moves and even managed to go 1/3 on face up jumpers.

Aaron Bowen: 6 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 2 turnovers 0-2 from the line
Aaron played well especially in attacking the hoop. Unfortunately it was at the expense of Stephen Domingo on the defensive side. Aaron has a lot of players on his team that take up a lot of the ball, but he was effective in the possessions he had.

David Allen: 6pts, 1 block 33%FG% 1-5 20% from 3 1/1 from FT line
Allen took a bunch of threes, most too far behind the line, but did have a nice drive to the hoop for an and 1 and also had an emphatic block on the defensive end which was quite surprising.

Stephen Domingo: 8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist, 1 turnover. 42.9% FG, 33.3% from 3 (2/6),
Domingo had an OK game, but got abused defensively by Aaron Bowen. On offense he fades away too much on his shot even when not contested. You can instantly know whether his shot will go in or not because he nails it every time he goes straight up.

Bradley Hayes: 10 points, 8 rebounds, 3 blocks, 1 assist, 1 turnover. Not a bad stat line right? Well here's the bad:
31.3% from the field (5-16).
Hayes scored 10 points but he needed 16 shots to do it. There's definitely things to work with there, but I can't see him contributing more than a spot minute here or there. His offensive rebounding has been impressive, until you consider that most of them are off his own misses. At least Hayes was going against a legitimate big man in Augustus Gilchrist.

Ryan Williams: 11 points, 1 rebound, 1 block, 80% from the field 75% from 3 (3/4)
I'm sure most of you are like: Who is that and why should we care? Well Ryan is the son of Hoya great Reggie Williams. He was a freshman at Georgetown last year and is playing with the Clyde's Kenner League team this summer. There's a good possibility that he may be walking on to the team, but this is currently unconfirmed. He had a really nice showing in limited time.

D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera: 10pts, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists, 1 turnover 23.5% from the field 0% from 3 on 8 attempts.
Not DSR's best game. His shot was majorly off. 4-9 from 2, and 0-8 from 3. Yeash. Not much good to say about his performance today.

Reggie Cameron: 14pts, 3 rebounds, 66.7% from 3 (2/3) 66.7% FG% for the game.
Reggie had a nice game hitting shots from beyond the arc, mid range jumpers, and even taking smaller defenders into the post and scoring down there. Very promising game from him. He didn't look particularly lost on defense either.

Josh Smith: 10 pts, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 4 turnovers 55.6% FG%
Not Josh's most impressive outing, but you still can't help but be impressed by how dominant he can be even when he only does it in small stretches. He has great great hands. You really see that if he gets in shape he's a lottery pick. He's definitely effective when he gets the ball near the hoop and he has surprisingly nimble feet for a guy his girth. He also has legitimate post moves besides just over powering people. If he can continue to shed the pounds then I think JT3's prediction of him being one of the best big men in the country will come true.

Stats for the alums on Clyde's:
Jeff Green: 11pts, 6 rebounds, 1 steal, 3 assists, 3 turnovers. 25% from 3(1/4) 45.5% FG%
Jonathan Wallace: 17pts, 2 assists. 66/7% from 3(4/6) 75% FG%
Tyler Crawford: 2pts, 1 rebound on 1/1 shooting