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 - 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 02 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 - 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 02 RECAP

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VANCOUVER BASKETBALL PRO-AM WEEK 02 RECAP

The energy and excitement from Week 01 of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am would spill over into Week 02 as Vancouver’s best returned to the court. The games were fast paced and hot shooting was the theme as the teams battled all night long. Watch the Live Streams on Vancouver Basketball and view the FULL Photo albums on our Facebook Page.

The first game of the night would feature Team XV and the Royals with Team XV wanting to improve their 1-0 record and the Royals looking for their first win of the season.

The Royals would have a short bench of only six players for Week 02 but they were relentless in their attack. For Team XV, shots that didn’t fall in Week 01 fell in Week 02 as they knocked down 17 triples on the night. At the half, Team XV would hold a 60-40 lead thanks in part to their hot shoot.

Josiah Mastandrea would do his all pouring in seven three’s on the night for the Royals, but Team XV and their hot shooting was too much, Team XV would send six players into double figures, led by Vick Toor and recent Santa Clara University commit, Miguel Tomley, who made his Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am debut in the win.

Team XV Top Performers:

Vick Toor - 21 Points | 6 Assists | 1 Rebound

Sukhman Sandhu - 18 Points | 11 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Block

Miguel Tomley - 14 Points | 5 Rebounds | 3 Assists

Royals Top Performers

Josiah Mastandrea  27 Points | 6 Rebounds | 3 Assists

Elias Ellison - 15 Points | 7 Rebounds | 1 Block

Tyrone Asenoguan - 12 Points | 8 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 2 Steals | 2 Blocks

Both West Coast and the Blues were searching for their first win of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am. In the first half, defensive intensity by West Coast allowed them to hold the Blues to just 17 points at halftime - a total that was matched by Demi Harris of West Coast who made his Pro-Am debut to a 37-17 halftime lead.

In the second half, Hassan Phills would do his best to keep the Blues in it, scoring a number of acrobatic finishes at the rim, but his efforts were matched by Keenan Dowell and Donte Makazu of West Coast which powered West Coast to their first victory of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am.

West Coast Top Performers

Demi Harris 25 Points | 12 Rebounds | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Keenan Dowell - 15 Points | 5 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Donte Makazu - 10 Points | 8 Rebounds | 2 Blocks | 1 Assist

Blues Top Performers

Hassan Phills - 10 Points | 3 Rebounds | 1 Steal

Denver Sparks-Guest - 9 Points | 5 Rebounds | 2 Steals

CJ Campbell - 9 Points |1 Assist

Putting their undefeated records on the line, the Falcons and Vikes would match-up in a high scoring affair which saw the Falcons break triple digits with ease. The Falcons would get monster games from Elliot Mason, Brody Greig and Dominyck Coward who combined for 70 points in total. For the Vikes, Al Macintosh continued his strong play supported by Michael Provenzano and Igor Dutina. While holding a 45-34 lead at half, the Falcons would open the second half on fire and not look back, on their way to a 105-86 victory to stay undefeated.

Falcons Top Performers

Elliot Mason - 29 Points | 6 Rebound | 3 Assists

Brody Greig - 21 Points | 13 Assists | 7 Rebounds | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Dominyck Coward - 20 Points | 15 Rebounds | 1 Block

Vikes Top Performers

Al Macintosh - 21 Points | 7 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 2 Steals

Michael Provenzano - 14 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 2 Steals

Igor Dutina - 14 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Steals

Thunderbirds vs Academy

Both the Thunderbirds and Academy sported bolstered rosters for the last game of the evening in Week 02. Grant Shephard and Luka Zaharijevic would make their Thunderbird debuts while Diego Kapelan joined Academy for his first Pro-Am game, joined by high school stand outs Josh Kagande and Victor Radocaj.

The game started with Academy hot right out of the gates with newcomer Diego Kapelan going 6/6 from deep in the first half. Despite this, the Thunderbirds would overcome a slow start to take a 47-38 lead at the half in thanks to Manroop Clair’s hot shooting and inside presence of Grant Shephard who threw down numerous dunks in this game.

Manroop Clair would catch fire in the second half on his way to a game high 29 points, including six three pointers of his own. Grant Shepard chimed in with 22 on 10/12 shooting with many above the rim plays. For Academy Colin Plumb and Nemanja Mitrovic would pour in a number of 3’s but they couldn’t close the gap as the Thunderbirds improved to 2-0 on the season

Thunderbirds Top Performers

Manroop Clair - 29 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Assists

Grant Shephard - 22 Points | 7 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

Jadon Cohee - 18 Points | 5 Assists | 4 Rebounds | 3 Steals

Academy Top Performers

Diego Kapelan - 28 Points | 6 Rebounds | 2 Assists

Nemanja Mitrovic - 24 Points | 1 Assist

Colin Plumb - 16 Points | 3 Assists

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The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am is back for Week 03 on Monday August 6th - games tip-off at 7pm at The Richmond Olympic Oval.

The energy and excitement from Week 01 of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am would spill over into Week 02 as Vancouver’s best returned to the court. The games were fast paced and hot shooting was the theme as the teams battled all night long. Watch the Live Streams on Vancouver Basketball and view the FULL Photo albums on our Facebook Page.

The first game of the night would feature Team XV and the Royals with Team XV wanting to improve their 1-0 record and the Royals looking for their first win of the season.

The Royals would have a short bench of only six players for Week 02 but they were relentless in their attack. For Team XV, shots that didn’t fall in Week 01 fell in Week 02 as they knocked down 17 triples on the night. At the half, Team XV would hold a 60-40 lead thanks in part to their hot shoot.

Josiah Mastandrea would do his all pouring in seven three’s on the night for the Royals, but Team XV and their hot shooting was too much, Team XV would send six players into double figures, led by Vick Toor and recent Santa Clara University commit, Miguel Tomley, who made his Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am debut in the win.

Team XV Top Performers:

Vick Toor - 21 Points | 6 Assists | 1 Rebound

Sukhman Sandhu - 18 Points | 11 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Block

Miguel Tomley - 14 Points | 5 Rebounds | 3 Assists

Royals Top Performers

Josiah Mastandrea  27 Points | 6 Rebounds | 3 Assists

Elias Ellison - 15 Points | 7 Rebounds | 1 Block

Tyrone Asenoguan - 12 Points | 8 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 2 Steals | 2 Blocks

Both West Coast and the Blues were searching for their first win of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am. In the first half, defensive intensity by West Coast allowed them to hold the Blues to just 17 points at halftime - a total that was matched by Demi Harris of West Coast who made his Pro-Am debut to a 37-17 halftime lead.

In the second half, Hassan Phills would do his best to keep the Blues in it, scoring a number of acrobatic finishes at the rim, but his efforts were matched by Keenan Dowell and Donte Makazu of West Coast which powered West Coast to their first victory of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am.

West Coast Top Performers

Demi Harris 25 Points | 12 Rebounds | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Keenan Dowell - 15 Points | 5 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Donte Makazu - 10 Points | 8 Rebounds | 2 Blocks | 1 Assist

Blues Top Performers

Hassan Phills - 10 Points | 3 Rebounds | 1 Steal

Denver Sparks-Guest - 9 Points | 5 Rebounds | 2 Steals

CJ Campbell - 9 Points |1 Assist

Putting their undefeated records on the line, the Falcons and Vikes would match-up in a high scoring affair which saw the Falcons break triple digits with ease. The Falcons would get monster games from Elliot Mason, Brody Greig and Dominyck Coward who combined for 70 points in total. For the Vikes, Al Macintosh continued his strong play supported by Michael Provenzano and Igor Dutina. While holding a 45-34 lead at half, the Falcons would open the second half on fire and not look back, on their way to a 105-86 victory to stay undefeated.

Falcons Top Performers

Elliot Mason - 29 Points | 6 Rebound | 3 Assists

Brody Greig - 21 Points | 13 Assists | 7 Rebounds | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Dominyck Coward - 20 Points | 15 Rebounds | 1 Block

Vikes Top Performers

Al Macintosh - 21 Points | 7 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 2 Steals

Michael Provenzano - 14 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 2 Steals

Igor Dutina - 14 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Steals

Thunderbirds vs Academy

Both the Thunderbirds and Academy sported bolstered rosters for the last game of the evening in Week 02. Grant Shephard and Luka Zaharijevic would make their Thunderbird debuts while Diego Kapelan joined Academy for his first Pro-Am game, joined by high school stand outs Josh Kagande and Victor Radocaj.

The game started with Academy hot right out of the gates with newcomer Diego Kapelan going 6/6 from deep in the first half. Despite this, the Thunderbirds would overcome a slow start to take a 47-38 lead at the half in thanks to Manroop Clair’s hot shooting and inside presence of Grant Shephard who threw down numerous dunks in this game.

Manroop Clair would catch fire in the second half on his way to a game high 29 points, including six three pointers of his own. Grant Shepard chimed in with 22 on 10/12 shooting with many above the rim plays. For Academy Colin Plumb and Nemanja Mitrovic would pour in a number of 3’s but they couldn’t close the gap as the Thunderbirds improved to 2-0 on the season

Thunderbirds Top Performers

Manroop Clair - 29 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Assists

Grant Shephard - 22 Points | 7 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

Jadon Cohee - 18 Points | 5 Assists | 4 Rebounds | 3 Steals

Academy Top Performers

Diego Kapelan - 28 Points | 6 Rebounds | 2 Assists

Nemanja Mitrovic - 24 Points | 1 Assist

Colin Plumb - 16 Points | 3 Assists

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The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am is back for Week 03 on Monday August 6th - games tip-off at 7pm at The Richmond Olympic Oval.

The energy and excitement from Week 01 of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am would spill over into Week 02 as Vancouver’s best returned to the court. The games were fast paced and hot shooting was the theme as the teams battled all night long. Watch the Live Streams on Vancouver Basketball and view the FULL Photo albums on our Facebook Page.

The first game of the night would feature Team XV and the Royals with Team XV wanting to improve their 1-0 record and the Royals looking for their first win of the season.

The Royals would have a short bench of only six players for Week 02 but they were relentless in their attack. For Team XV, shots that didn’t fall in Week 01 fell in Week 02 as they knocked down 17 triples on the night. At the half, Team XV would hold a 60-40 lead thanks in part to their hot shoot.

Josiah Mastandrea would do his all pouring in seven three’s on the night for the Royals, but Team XV and their hot shooting was too much, Team XV would send six players into double figures, led by Vick Toor and recent Santa Clara University commit, Miguel Tomley, who made his Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am debut in the win.

Team XV Top Performers:

Vick Toor - 21 Points | 6 Assists | 1 Rebound

Sukhman Sandhu - 18 Points | 11 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Block

Miguel Tomley - 14 Points | 5 Rebounds | 3 Assists

Royals Top Performers

Josiah Mastandrea  27 Points | 6 Rebounds | 3 Assists

Elias Ellison - 15 Points | 7 Rebounds | 1 Block

Tyrone Asenoguan - 12 Points | 8 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 2 Steals | 2 Blocks

Both West Coast and the Blues were searching for their first win of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am. In the first half, defensive intensity by West Coast allowed them to hold the Blues to just 17 points at halftime - a total that was matched by Demi Harris of West Coast who made his Pro-Am debut to a 37-17 halftime lead.

In the second half, Hassan Phills would do his best to keep the Blues in it, scoring a number of acrobatic finishes at the rim, but his efforts were matched by Keenan Dowell and Donte Makazu of West Coast which powered West Coast to their first victory of the Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am.

West Coast Top Performers

Demi Harris 25 Points | 12 Rebounds | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Keenan Dowell - 15 Points | 5 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 1 Steal

Donte Makazu - 10 Points | 8 Rebounds | 2 Blocks | 1 Assist

Blues Top Performers

Hassan Phills - 10 Points | 3 Rebounds | 1 Steal

Denver Sparks-Guest - 9 Points | 5 Rebounds | 2 Steals

CJ Campbell - 9 Points |1 Assist

Putting their undefeated records on the line, the Falcons and Vikes would match-up in a high scoring affair which saw the Falcons break triple digits with ease. The Falcons would get monster games from Elliot Mason, Brody Greig and Dominyck Coward who combined for 70 points in total. For the Vikes, Al Macintosh continued his strong play supported by Michael Provenzano and Igor Dutina. While holding a 45-34 lead at half, the Falcons would open the second half on fire and not look back, on their way to a 105-86 victory to stay undefeated.

Falcons Top Performers

Elliot Mason - 29 Points | 6 Rebound | 3 Assists

Brody Greig - 21 Points | 13 Assists | 7 Rebounds | 1 Steal | 1 Block

Dominyck Coward - 20 Points | 15 Rebounds | 1 Block

Vikes Top Performers

Al Macintosh - 21 Points | 7 Rebounds | 3 Assists | 2 Steals

Michael Provenzano - 14 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Assists | 2 Steals

Igor Dutina - 14 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Steals

Thunderbirds vs Academy

Both the Thunderbirds and Academy sported bolstered rosters for the last game of the evening in Week 02. Grant Shephard and Luka Zaharijevic would make their Thunderbird debuts while Diego Kapelan joined Academy for his first Pro-Am game, joined by high school stand outs Josh Kagande and Victor Radocaj.

The game started with Academy hot right out of the gates with newcomer Diego Kapelan going 6/6 from deep in the first half. Despite this, the Thunderbirds would overcome a slow start to take a 47-38 lead at the half in thanks to Manroop Clair’s hot shooting and inside presence of Grant Shephard who threw down numerous dunks in this game.

Manroop Clair would catch fire in the second half on his way to a game high 29 points, including six three pointers of his own. Grant Shepard chimed in with 22 on 10/12 shooting with many above the rim plays. For Academy Colin Plumb and Nemanja Mitrovic would pour in a number of 3’s but they couldn’t close the gap as the Thunderbirds improved to 2-0 on the season

Thunderbirds Top Performers

Manroop Clair - 29 Points | 3 Rebounds | 2 Assists

Grant Shephard - 22 Points | 7 Rebounds | 1 Assist | 1 Steal

Jadon Cohee - 18 Points | 5 Assists | 4 Rebounds | 3 Steals

Academy Top Performers

Diego Kapelan - 28 Points | 6 Rebounds | 2 Assists

Nemanja Mitrovic - 24 Points | 1 Assist

Colin Plumb - 16 Points | 3 Assists

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The Vancouver Basketball Pro-Am is back for Week 03 on Monday August 6th - games tip-off at 7pm at The Richmond Olympic Oval.