V-Cast: what we learned at MoneyBall Pro-Am

Paul Konyndyk, Associate Editor
Spartan Mag

DIMONDALE - Prized freshman Jaren Jackson Jr. scored 20 points in his Moneyball debut on Tuesday. But his overall performance, left a lot to be desired, and was deemed a disappointment by the five-star prospect.

Jackson may not have been pleased with his Moneyball debut, but the talented four-man has the physical tools to be an impact player for the Miles Bridges, Nick Ward-led Spartans in 2017-2018.

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