The National Basketball Association is known for its history of phenomenal players. Unless you’re a diehard basketball fan, you probably don’t know about the majority of these players. The NBA has been home to plenty of elite ball handlers, but in all fairness, point guard Marques Hayenes was on another level.
It’s not a mystery why many of the top high school athletes choose to play for schools in major conferences. In the world of college athletics, the more success a school has on the field, the more money it tends to generate. When many of these schools happen to be in the same conference, well, let’s just say there are plenty of dollar bills to go around — something the good folks at Forbes laid out nicely for us.
Omega Harris scored a game-high 34 points, on 8-of-11 shooting from three-point land as the stacked Orange squad took out the White team 70-61. The Orange team jumped out to an 8-1 lead, then scored 14 of the first 17 points, stretching that lead to 14-3 as they led wire-to-wire in this one. Harris helped the Orange team shoot 11-of-24 from long distance, as they also outrebounded the White 40-34. Terry Winn scored nine points, and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Orange team. Freshman Kelvin Jones scored 10 points, and also pulled down 10 rebounds for the Orange. Jones was 5-of-10 from the field as the Orange shot 44 percent from the field in the scrimmage. “It was really important to get out here