GAME O1 - woMEN

final

Nov 22

Notre dame

81

Gonzaga

65

GAME O2 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

rutgers

59

Drake

69

GAME O3 - WOMEN

FINAL

NOV 22

south carolina

101

etsu

55

GAME O4 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

Oregon State

74

western kentucky

60

GAME O5 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Gonzaga

57

rutgers

40

GAME O6 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

ETSu

67

LOSER GAME 4

82

GAME O7 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Notre Dame

82

Drake

64

GAME O8 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

South Carolina

68

oregon state

70

GAME O9 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

rutgers

68

etsu

44

GAME 10 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

wku

55

gonzaga

76

GAME 11 - WOMEN

final - Championship

NOV 24

notre dame

91

oregon state

81

Final - women

final(OT) - 3rd/4th

NOV 24

drake

90

south carolina

85

Game o1 -Β Men

Final

Nov 18

washington

82

Santa Clara

68

GAME O2 - MEN

final

NOV 18

Texas A&M

64

Minnesota

69

GAME O3 - MEN

FINAL

NOV 20

MINNESOTA

80

Santa Clara

66

GAME O4 - MEN

8:30PM

NOV 20

washington

71

TEXAS A&M

67

GAME O5 - MEN

3:30PM

NOV 21

Minnesota

68

Washington

66

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Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am Week 01 Recap

GAME O1 - woMEN

final

Nov 22

Notre dame

81

Gonzaga

65

GAME O2 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

rutgers

59

Drake

69

GAME O3 - WOMEN

FINAL

NOV 22

south carolina

101

etsu

55

GAME O4 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

Oregon State

74

western kentucky

60

GAME O5 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Gonzaga

57

rutgers

40

GAME O6 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

ETSu

67

LOSER GAME 4

82

GAME O7 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Notre Dame

82

Drake

64

GAME O8 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

South Carolina

68

oregon state

70

GAME O9 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

rutgers

68

etsu

44

GAME 10 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

wku

55

gonzaga

76

GAME 11 - WOMEN

final - Championship

NOV 24

notre dame

91

oregon state

81

Final - women

final(OT) - 3rd/4th

NOV 24

drake

90

south carolina

85

Game o1 -Β Men

Final

Nov 18

washington

82

Santa Clara

68

GAME O2 - MEN

final

NOV 18

Texas A&M

64

Minnesota

69

GAME O3 - MEN

FINAL

NOV 20

MINNESOTA

80

Santa Clara

66

GAME O4 - MEN

8:30PM

NOV 20

washington

71

TEXAS A&M

67

GAME O5 - MEN

3:30PM

NOV 21

Minnesota

68

Washington

66

Leagues

Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am Week 01 Recap

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Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am Week 01 Recap

Week 01 of The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am did not disappoint. Current/ex Overseas Professionals, NCAA Talent, and Top USports + CCAA players all met at the Richmond Oval and clashed trying to establish themselves as the best this city has to offer. See the recaps below and head to our Facebook Page for the Full Photo Album.

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The first game of the 2018 Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am featured the Royals and Vikes. While undersized against their opponents in this game the Royals would use their speed and athleticism to their advantage to disrupt the bigs inside. Strong starts by Al MacIntosh and Chris McLaughlin powered the Vikes to a 43-39 lead at half time.

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The Vikes would grow this lead to the 20+ points in the second half, but hot shooting from Josiah Mastandrea and solid play of Taylor Smith would bring the Royals to within seven points and three minutes left to play. The Vikes would end the game on a 10-4 run to secure the victory, and the first win in 2018 Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am.

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Vikes Top Performers

Chris McLaughlin - 23 Points | 13 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 1 Block

Al MacIntosh - 19 Points | 6 Assists | 5 Rebounds | 1 Block

Terrell Evans - 14 Points | 12 Rebounds | 2 Steals | 1 Block

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Royals Top Performers

Josiah Mastandrea - 18 Points | 3 Rebounds | 3 Steals

Tyrone Asenoguan - 16 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Block

Taylor Smith - 12 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

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Game two of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am was a game of two halves. Academy came out of the gates and jumped out to an early double digit lead. Standing 6’11 Scott Morrison, and playing pro in Japan, would score a number of easy buckets inside including a pair of dunks. Academy complimented their inside game with a hot-start from Bret Macdonald who would knock down a set of triples in the opening minutes. By the half, Academy led 41-26.

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In the second half Team XV would start their comeback led by Klaus Figueiredo and Vick Toor. They would chip away at the lead the whole game. But it was a three pointer by Sukhman Sandhu with 45 seconds left that gave Team XV the lead 66-65 which proved to be the eventual game winning bucket.

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Team XV Top Performers

Klaus Figueiredo - 18 Points | 8 Rebounds |1 Steal

Vick Toor - 16 Points | 4 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 2 Steals

Sukhman Sandhu - 11 Points | 5 Rebounds

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Academy Top Performers

Bret Macdonald - 14 Points | 2 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Scott Morrison - 9 Points | 4 Rebounds | 2 Steals

Doug Plumb - 8 Points | 7 Rebounds | 6 Assists | 1 Steal

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Despite playing with only five players, the Thunderbirds would come get a great effort from all players, including new Div 1 transfers Manroop Clair and Jadon Cohee. The Thunderbirds would lead from start to finish knocking down 18 triples on the night and a number of throwdowns from Pat Simon. The Blues showed flashes of strong play in transition, but ultimately turnovers and inconsistent spurts were their down fall. Final score 112-76 for the Thunderbirds.

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Thunderbirds Top Performers

Jadon Cohee 35 Points | 9 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Manroop Clair 31 Points | 7 Rebounds | 4 Steals

Pat Simon 26 Points | 9 Rebounds | 1 Steal

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Blues Top Performers

Hassan Phills - 17 Points | 4 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Grady Huskisson - 14 Points | 9 Rebounds | 6 Assists | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Larry Milidrag - 9 Points | 11 Rebounds | 3 Blocks

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The final game of Week 01 was arguably the most exciting, as both teams would battle, but require OT to decide a winner. With outside shots missing the mark for both teams, this game would go inside where post play would take centre stage. At the half, the Falcons led 26-25 in a low scoring affair. In the second half Drew Urquhart of West Coast and Brody Greig would battle trying to lead their respective teams to victory. Drew would score a number of baskets including a tough fall away jumper near the end of the game.

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By the finals seconds, West Coast held a two point lead, but the Falcons had the last possession after calling a timeout. With a nicely drawn up play, Brody Greig would get to his dominant left hand and drive hard to the hoop for a contested lay-up at the buzzer to tie the game 59-59 resulting in the first overtime game of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am. In OT it would be Brody Greig again with a nice pump fake to get his defender in the air before finishing a left handed floater that would be the eventual game winning basket. Final score 66-63.

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Falcons Top Performers

Jesse Jeffers - 16 Points | 9 Rebounds | 1 Assist

Brody Greig - 12 Points | 7 Assists | 5 Rebounds | 1 Steal

Dominyck Coward - 15 Points | 2 Rebounds | 1 Steal

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West Coast Top Performers

Drew Urquhart - 27 Points | 10 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Donte Makazu - 7 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

Gene Wolff - 7 Points | 1 Rebound

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And so the first week of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am comes to a close with four exciting games featuring the best basketball talent Vancouver has to offer. The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am returns next Monday July 30th for Week 02 at the Richmond Olympic Oval with games starting at 7pm

Week 01 of The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am did not disappoint. Current/ex Overseas Professionals, NCAA Talent, and Top USports + CCAA players all met at the Richmond Oval and clashed trying to establish themselves as the best this city has to offer. See the recaps below and head to our Facebook Page for the Full Photo Album.

‍

The first game of the 2018 Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am featured the Royals and Vikes. While undersized against their opponents in this game the Royals would use their speed and athleticism to their advantage to disrupt the bigs inside. Strong starts by Al MacIntosh and Chris McLaughlin powered the Vikes to a 43-39 lead at half time.

‍

‍

The Vikes would grow this lead to the 20+ points in the second half, but hot shooting from Josiah Mastandrea and solid play of Taylor Smith would bring the Royals to within seven points and three minutes left to play. The Vikes would end the game on a 10-4 run to secure the victory, and the first win in 2018 Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am.

‍

‍

Vikes Top Performers

Chris McLaughlin - 23 Points | 13 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 1 Block

Al MacIntosh - 19 Points | 6 Assists | 5 Rebounds | 1 Block

Terrell Evans - 14 Points | 12 Rebounds | 2 Steals | 1 Block

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Royals Top Performers

Josiah Mastandrea - 18 Points | 3 Rebounds | 3 Steals

Tyrone Asenoguan - 16 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Block

Taylor Smith - 12 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

‍

Game two of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am was a game of two halves. Academy came out of the gates and jumped out to an early double digit lead. Standing 6’11 Scott Morrison, and playing pro in Japan, would score a number of easy buckets inside including a pair of dunks. Academy complimented their inside game with a hot-start from Bret Macdonald who would knock down a set of triples in the opening minutes. By the half, Academy led 41-26.

‍

‍

In the second half Team XV would start their comeback led by Klaus Figueiredo and Vick Toor. They would chip away at the lead the whole game. But it was a three pointer by Sukhman Sandhu with 45 seconds left that gave Team XV the lead 66-65 which proved to be the eventual game winning bucket.

‍

‍

Team XV Top Performers

Klaus Figueiredo - 18 Points | 8 Rebounds |1 Steal

Vick Toor - 16 Points | 4 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 2 Steals

Sukhman Sandhu - 11 Points | 5 Rebounds

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Academy Top Performers

Bret Macdonald - 14 Points | 2 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Scott Morrison - 9 Points | 4 Rebounds | 2 Steals

Doug Plumb - 8 Points | 7 Rebounds | 6 Assists | 1 Steal

‍

Despite playing with only five players, the Thunderbirds would come get a great effort from all players, including new Div 1 transfers Manroop Clair and Jadon Cohee. The Thunderbirds would lead from start to finish knocking down 18 triples on the night and a number of throwdowns from Pat Simon. The Blues showed flashes of strong play in transition, but ultimately turnovers and inconsistent spurts were their down fall. Final score 112-76 for the Thunderbirds.

‍

‍

Thunderbirds Top Performers

Jadon Cohee 35 Points | 9 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Manroop Clair 31 Points | 7 Rebounds | 4 Steals

Pat Simon 26 Points | 9 Rebounds | 1 Steal

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Blues Top Performers

Hassan Phills - 17 Points | 4 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Grady Huskisson - 14 Points | 9 Rebounds | 6 Assists | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Larry Milidrag - 9 Points | 11 Rebounds | 3 Blocks

‍

The final game of Week 01 was arguably the most exciting, as both teams would battle, but require OT to decide a winner. With outside shots missing the mark for both teams, this game would go inside where post play would take centre stage. At the half, the Falcons led 26-25 in a low scoring affair. In the second half Drew Urquhart of West Coast and Brody Greig would battle trying to lead their respective teams to victory. Drew would score a number of baskets including a tough fall away jumper near the end of the game.

‍

‍

By the finals seconds, West Coast held a two point lead, but the Falcons had the last possession after calling a timeout. With a nicely drawn up play, Brody Greig would get to his dominant left hand and drive hard to the hoop for a contested lay-up at the buzzer to tie the game 59-59 resulting in the first overtime game of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am. In OT it would be Brody Greig again with a nice pump fake to get his defender in the air before finishing a left handed floater that would be the eventual game winning basket. Final score 66-63.

‍

Falcons Top Performers

Jesse Jeffers - 16 Points | 9 Rebounds | 1 Assist

Brody Greig - 12 Points | 7 Assists | 5 Rebounds | 1 Steal

Dominyck Coward - 15 Points | 2 Rebounds | 1 Steal

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West Coast Top Performers

Drew Urquhart - 27 Points | 10 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Donte Makazu - 7 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

Gene Wolff - 7 Points | 1 Rebound

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‍

And so the first week of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am comes to a close with four exciting games featuring the best basketball talent Vancouver has to offer. The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am returns next Monday July 30th for Week 02 at the Richmond Olympic Oval with games starting at 7pm

Week 01 of The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am did not disappoint. Current/ex Overseas Professionals, NCAA Talent, and Top USports + CCAA players all met at the Richmond Oval and clashed trying to establish themselves as the best this city has to offer. See the recaps below and head to our Facebook Page for the Full Photo Album.

‍

The first game of the 2018 Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am featured the Royals and Vikes. While undersized against their opponents in this game the Royals would use their speed and athleticism to their advantage to disrupt the bigs inside. Strong starts by Al MacIntosh and Chris McLaughlin powered the Vikes to a 43-39 lead at half time.

‍

‍

The Vikes would grow this lead to the 20+ points in the second half, but hot shooting from Josiah Mastandrea and solid play of Taylor Smith would bring the Royals to within seven points and three minutes left to play. The Vikes would end the game on a 10-4 run to secure the victory, and the first win in 2018 Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am.

‍

‍

Vikes Top Performers

Chris McLaughlin - 23 Points | 13 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 1 Block

Al MacIntosh - 19 Points | 6 Assists | 5 Rebounds | 1 Block

Terrell Evans - 14 Points | 12 Rebounds | 2 Steals | 1 Block

‍

Royals Top Performers

Josiah Mastandrea - 18 Points | 3 Rebounds | 3 Steals

Tyrone Asenoguan - 16 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Block

Taylor Smith - 12 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

‍

Game two of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am was a game of two halves. Academy came out of the gates and jumped out to an early double digit lead. Standing 6’11 Scott Morrison, and playing pro in Japan, would score a number of easy buckets inside including a pair of dunks. Academy complimented their inside game with a hot-start from Bret Macdonald who would knock down a set of triples in the opening minutes. By the half, Academy led 41-26.

‍

‍

In the second half Team XV would start their comeback led by Klaus Figueiredo and Vick Toor. They would chip away at the lead the whole game. But it was a three pointer by Sukhman Sandhu with 45 seconds left that gave Team XV the lead 66-65 which proved to be the eventual game winning bucket.

‍

‍

Team XV Top Performers

Klaus Figueiredo - 18 Points | 8 Rebounds |1 Steal

Vick Toor - 16 Points | 4 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 2 Steals

Sukhman Sandhu - 11 Points | 5 Rebounds

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Academy Top Performers

Bret Macdonald - 14 Points | 2 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Scott Morrison - 9 Points | 4 Rebounds | 2 Steals

Doug Plumb - 8 Points | 7 Rebounds | 6 Assists | 1 Steal

‍

Despite playing with only five players, the Thunderbirds would come get a great effort from all players, including new Div 1 transfers Manroop Clair and Jadon Cohee. The Thunderbirds would lead from start to finish knocking down 18 triples on the night and a number of throwdowns from Pat Simon. The Blues showed flashes of strong play in transition, but ultimately turnovers and inconsistent spurts were their down fall. Final score 112-76 for the Thunderbirds.

‍

‍

Thunderbirds Top Performers

Jadon Cohee 35 Points | 9 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Manroop Clair 31 Points | 7 Rebounds | 4 Steals

Pat Simon 26 Points | 9 Rebounds | 1 Steal

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‍

Blues Top Performers

Hassan Phills - 17 Points | 4 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Grady Huskisson - 14 Points | 9 Rebounds | 6 Assists | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Larry Milidrag - 9 Points | 11 Rebounds | 3 Blocks

‍

The final game of Week 01 was arguably the most exciting, as both teams would battle, but require OT to decide a winner. With outside shots missing the mark for both teams, this game would go inside where post play would take centre stage. At the half, the Falcons led 26-25 in a low scoring affair. In the second half Drew Urquhart of West Coast and Brody Greig would battle trying to lead their respective teams to victory. Drew would score a number of baskets including a tough fall away jumper near the end of the game.

‍

‍

By the finals seconds, West Coast held a two point lead, but the Falcons had the last possession after calling a timeout. With a nicely drawn up play, Brody Greig would get to his dominant left hand and drive hard to the hoop for a contested lay-up at the buzzer to tie the game 59-59 resulting in the first overtime game of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am. In OT it would be Brody Greig again with a nice pump fake to get his defender in the air before finishing a left handed floater that would be the eventual game winning basket. Final score 66-63.

‍

Falcons Top Performers

Jesse Jeffers - 16 Points | 9 Rebounds | 1 Assist

Brody Greig - 12 Points | 7 Assists | 5 Rebounds | 1 Steal

Dominyck Coward - 15 Points | 2 Rebounds | 1 Steal

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West Coast Top Performers

Drew Urquhart - 27 Points | 10 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Donte Makazu - 7 Points | 5 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

Gene Wolff - 7 Points | 1 Rebound

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‍

And so the first week of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am comes to a close with four exciting games featuring the best basketball talent Vancouver has to offer. The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am returns next Monday July 30th for Week 02 at the Richmond Olympic Oval with games starting at 7pm