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22nd Annual 2018 BSNSPORTS KPA Vegas Pro Summer League Results

*The event was held at the Las Vegas Convention Center July 6-8.

Huge thanks to our coaching staff and all pro coaches who scouted the event. The turn-out was amazing! Also thanks to our KPA officials (Pierre Johnson, James Lapointe, and Gerald Gray).

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KPA Award Winners:

2018 Donnie Stinnett KPA MVP – Johnathan Loyd (Oregon/Germany)/Coach Mo KPA ProsSigned NBL Canada The 5-8 PG led his team Coach Mo KPA Pros to the 22nd Annual Championship. Loyd ran the team with consistency at the PG position and got in the lane when he wanted to open up things for everyone. He also is an excellent defensive PG who can pressure the ball with the best of them. *He is the all time winningest player in the University of Oregon history.

Eurobasket Profile:  Highlight Film:

2018 KPA All League Team

6-5 F Anthony Gaines (Louisiana College 16/NAPA)/Coach Mo KPA Pros SIGNED NBL Canada Gaines is a player with a HIGH motor. He can run the floor like a deer, and rebounds the ball at a high level on both ends. He led the event in dunks, and was a highlight show for most of the event. He also showed a nice mid-range game and stepped out and knocked down some 3’s. He is solid undersized 4/3 type guy who can guard multiple positions. Highly recommended for a team needing one solid import who can do it all! Eurobasket Profile:  2017-18 NAPB Highlights:

6-10 F/C Luke Cochran (Sonoma State 17/NAPA)/Coach Mo KPA Pros Signed NBL Canada Cochran had an excellent league and tournament. He is 6-10 with a nice perimeter shot, and I really liked his passing ability from the trail spot. He also has a nice jump hook game down low. He can definitely play overseas and produce. He also has deceptive athleticism. He rebounded the ball well on both ends of the floor. Eurobasket Profile: Highlight Video:

5-10 Combo G Jamal Peterson (Arkansas Monticello 16/NAPB) – Peterson is a big time 3pt. shooter from deep, and is excellent coming off screens. He hit multiple 3’s in every game. He also scored 20 in the KPA Championship game. Peterson can play both guard positions. He can create his own shot as well as shots for his teammates. He can play overseas for sure with the right team. Eurobasket Profile: Highlight Video:

6-7 PF Demondre Harvey (Louisiana Monroe/Finland)/KPA SBS Stars –  Signed Argentina Harvey came to play every night and was a force on the backboards on both ends of the floor. Harvey is a physical player who is very strong and can run the floor well. He also showed an ability to score at a high level around the basket, and is fundamentally sound at the trail position. Harvey was named Finland 2 Forward of the Year in 2017, and is looking to get back overseas this season. Demondre Harvery Profile:  Eurobasket Profile: Highlight Film:

6-3 Combo Guard David Ware (Chaminade 16/ABA)/ KPA SBS Stars – Ware played consistent every game. He showed the ability to run the PG and the shooting guard positions. He has a pro body. He can score in a variety of ways (drive, mid-range, and 3). He came to play on both ends of the floor. Ware is a solid pick up for an overseas team wanting a guard who can do it all and guard several positions. Eurobasket Profile: Highlights:

6-4 SG Quincy Washington (Allen University/ECBL)/KPA Vegas – Washington averaged 43 per game last year in the ECBL semi-pro league. He came out in the KPA pouring in as well. He is a long wing player, who can play the 1,2,or 3 position. He can flat put it in the basket, and is a very athletic player. Washington can create his own shot at a high level, and also is good in the pick and roll game. I highly recommend him to team wanting a big time scorer and long defender who can play multiple positions. Eurobasket Profile:  *Video Coming Soon

6-7 PF Justin Hamilton (Penn State/Italy)/KPA Vegas Signed in France Anybody wanting an absolute warrior needs to take a look at Hamilton. He came to play. He can rebound the ball with anyone anywhere, and also is an excellent defender. He showed great leadership in the event for KPA Vegas. Hamilton can play at a good level because of his strength and basketball IQ. He also is an excellent screener and understands the pick and roll game. Eurobasket Profile: Highlights:

5-11 PG Da’Calvin Wright (Allen University 17)/KPA Vegas – Wright is an excellent PG who also was impressive in the SBS Pro Invitational in Orlando in April. He can run a team and really understands the pick and roll game. He was under control the entire event on the offensive end, and solid on the defensive end. Anyone looking for a solid all around PG Wright is a guy to look at for sure.  Eurobasket Profile: Highlight Video:

6-3 G Jordan Robertson (Colgate 18)/KPA Belgium – Robertson is a big guard with a pro body who really came on as the event went on. He can run the PG or play the shooting guard. He can get to the rim and has good strength. He also has nice mid-range and 3pt. game. He can defend multiple positions. He is a solid pick up for an overseas team who knows how to play coming out of a good NCAA Div. 1 program. He can be also an excellent PG overseas. Eurobasket Profile: Highlights:

6-6 F BJ Gladden (Georgia Southern 18)/KPA Belgium Signed in Spain Gladden was impressive in all phases of the game in the 2018 KPA. He showed the ability to score the ball from all areas of the floor. He also rebounded the ball on both ends of the floor at a high level. Gladden is perfect for a team who wants an undersized 4 man who can guard all positions on the floor, and also on offensive do about anything that needs to be done including handle the basketball. Gladden was outstanding in the KPA. Eurobasket Profile:  Highlight:

6-0 G Andre Walker (Loyola Maryland 18)/KPA Spain – Walker is a lightning quick combo who can play both guard positions. He can score in bundles, and also ran the PG very well in this event. He was named first team All Patriot League at the NCAA Div. 1 level and showed it in the KPA. He can play at a good level overseas because of his offensive skills, but also because of his defensive ability with his on the ball pressure. He also is a very good at using the ball screen, and has the ability to split the hedge at a high level. Walker also played well in the Worldwide Invitational while in Las Vegas. Andre Walker Profile: Eurobasket Profile: Highlight:

6-7 F/G Jordan Swopshire (Colgate 18)/KPA Spain (Agent/Go Empire Group)Signed in Georgia Swopshire is a versatile wing that can shoot the 3pt. shot, as well as post. He also is fundamentally sound with the ball and can play several positions. He is definitely a solid level player overseas. He also was named All Patriot League at NCAA Div. 1 Colgate. He also can rebound the ball on both ends very well. Eurobasket Profile: Highlight:

6-3 G Ge-Lawn Guyn (East Tennessee State 16)/Free Agency Celtics Signed in Germany Guyn came to play every game in the event. He can play the 1 or 2 spot, and get to the rim with the best of them. He also shot the ball from the perimeter very well in the event and hit several clutch shots. He also is a lock down defender on the perimeter and competes a the highest of levels. He is an amazing athlete who can compete at a high level. Guyn Profile: Eurobasket Profile: Highlights:

6-7 F Jett Speelman (Denison University 17/Iceland)/Free Agency Celtics Signed in Germany Speelman came into the event in excellent condition and played a high level. He is a versatile 4/3 type player who is fundamentally sound. He can shoot the 3, as well as post. He also is a good passer out of the 4 spot. He had some excellent games and did a variety of things. He has a HIGH IQ on the floor and really has a special feel for the game. Profile:  Eurobasket Profile: Highlights:

6-4 G Stephon Carter (CSU Bakersfield 13/Spain)/KPA Nike – Carter showed why he is the all time leading scorer at NCAA Division 1 CSU Bakersfield and had some big scoring nights in the KPA. However, he also showed the ability to play the PG position well and get his teammates involved. He is an all- around guard who can guard almost any position on the floor and on the offensive end can do whatever is asked to do. He is looking to get into a better league next season and showed he can produce by his play in the KPA. Carter Profile: Highlight:

6-3 G Ryan Atkins (Southeastern 18)/KPA Luxembourg – Atkins scored the ball at a HIGH level the entire event. He had the high game in the KPA for 2018 with 35 in his opener. He followed that up with a 25 point performance. Atkins has the ability to score that is special. He also can play the PG if needed and is a big time athlete. He got high praises from KPA Luxembourg Head Coach Johnny Griffin in the event. Atkins is a special player who will be a solid pick up for any pro team wanting a versatile high scoring guard. He was a NAIA All American and scored 651 points his senior year in college. Profile:  Highlight:

6-9 PF Desmond Ringer (Mercer 18)/KPA Luxembourg Signed in Latvia Ringer was a beast on the boards the entire event and had the most rebounds in a game with 17. He also showed a solid low post game, and scored the ball well. He defends the pick and roll well for his size, and is in great shape. He can play at a good level overseas. He had solid stats at NCAA Div. 1 Mercer last season, and understands the game very well. Ringer Profile: Eurobasket Profile:  Highlight:

Honorable Mention KPA All League:  6-9 Richard Freeman (Pikeville/Spain) Signed Spain Highlights: 6-7 F Fred Moore (Shawnee State 18)  Signed Portugal Highlight:  6-5 F/G Jordan Garnett (Northern Kentucky 18) Signed Cyprus Highlight: , 6-7 F Brandon Trotter (William Penn 18) Signed Argentina Highlight: , 5-9 PG Hank Thorns (TCU/Canada) Highlight: , 6-1 PG Leon Sutton (Great Falls/Cyprus) Signed Luxembourg Highlight: , 6-6 F/G Nate Taylor (Maryville 17) Highlight:

2018 KPA Stat Leaders:

Points Per Game:  Ryan Atkins 24.6 (76 points total/3 games), Ge-Lawn Guyn 20.0 (60 points total/3 games), Quincy Washington 19.0 (76 points total/4 games), Andre Walker 17.5 (53 points total/3 games),

Rebounds Per Game: Desmond Ringer 13.6 (41 Total/3 games), Justin Hamilton 10.8 (43 total/4 games), BJ Gladden 10.5 (42 total/4 games), Demondre Harvey 9.0 (36 total/4 games)

Assists Per Game: Johnathan Loyd 5.2  (26 total/5 games), DaCalvin Wright 4.8 (19 total/4 games), Leon Sutton 4.5 (14 total/3 games), Mike Josserand 4.3 (17 total/4 games)

3 Point Goals Made: Jamal Peterson 11, Ryan Atkins 9, Andre Walker 8, Ge-Lawn Guyn 8

Most Points in a Game: Ryan Atkins 35, Most Rebounds in a Game: Desmond Ringer 17, Most Assists in a Game: Johnathan Loyd 7, Most 3’s Made in a Game: Eric Davidson 5 and Ryan Atkins 5

Championship Game – Coach Mo KPA Pro’s 55 KPA SBS Stars 46

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Coach Mo KPA Pro’s (55) – Jamal Peterson 20 (4 rebounds, 3 assists), Anthony Gaines 15 (6 rebounds), Luke Cochran 12 (6 rebounds), Dominic Shuler 4 (*10 rebounds), Johnathan Loyd 4 (*5 assists)   3pt. Goals: Peterson 2

KPA SBS Stars (46) – David Ware 13 (3 assists), Demondre Harvey 10 (6 rebounds), Breion Beaver 8 (2 assists), Joe Claybrook 9 (5 rebounds), Ronnye Beamon 4 (3 rebounds), Robert Myles 2 (8 rebounds, 3 assists)  3pt. Goals: Beaver 2, Claybrook 1

Game Summary: Coach Paul Mokeski and his team rallied for their 3rd win of the day. They entered the tournament as an 8th seed, and played team basketball and controlled the boards in this one. Jamal Peterson (Arkansas Monticello/Nevada (NAPB)) scored 20 points and had a great all around game. Dominic Shuler (Nevada NAPB) controlled the boards with a game high 10 rebounds. Jonathan Loyd (Oregon/Germany) had a game high 5 assists. Coach Agusti Julbe (Head Coach Fuenlabrada ACB Spain) did an amazing job with his KPA SBS Stars by getting them to the finals and they were led by David Ware (Chaminade) with 13 points, and PF Demondre Harvey with 10 and 6 rebounds.

Semi-Final KPA SBS Stars 59 – KPA Belgium 45  Video Link:

KPA SBS Stars 59 – Demondre Harvey 14 (8 rebounds), David Ware 13 (8 rebounds, 3 assists), Hank Thorns 11 (2 assists), Ronnye Beamon 11, Breion Beaver 7 (2 assists), Joe Claybrook 3   3pt. Goals – Beamon, Claybrook, Thorns

KPA Belgium 45 – Jordan Robertson 14 (2 assists), BJ Gladden 10 (*13 rebounds), Steve Repichowski 8, De’Aundre Twilley 5 (4 rebounds), Brandon Trotter 5 (4 rebounds), Wendall Pierre 2, Mike Jousserand 1 (*4 assists) 3pt. Goals – Robertson 1, Repichowski 1

Game Summary: Coach Agusti Julbe and his KPA SBS Stars had a balanced attack to advance to the finals. PF Demondre Harvey (Louisiana Monroe/Finland) scored 14 and had 8 rebounds and continued his great play in the event. David Ware (Chaminade) continued his great play with 13. Hank Thorns (TCU/Canada) and Ronnye Beamon (Morehead State 17/ABA) both had 11. Coach Thomas Roijakkers (Asst. Coach Proximus Spirou Charleroi/Belgium) and his KPA Belgium team played excellent defense throughout the event but came up short in this one. KPA Belgium was led by 6-4 guard Jordan Robertson (Colgate 18) with 14 points, and 6-6 forward BJ Gladden (Georgia Southern 18) who had 10 and a game high 13 rebounds.

Semi-Finals – Coach Mo KPA Pros 53 KPA Vegas 51  Video Link 

Coach Mo KPA Pros 53 – Anthony Gaines 18 (9 rebounds), Johnathan Loyd 12 (4 assists), Luke Cochran 9 (5 rebounds), Jamal Peterson 9, Dominic Shuler 3 (5 rebounds), Spencer Mathis 2 (5 rebounds) 3pt. Goals: Loyd 2, Cochran 1, Peterson 1

KPA Vegas 51 – Quincy Washington 17 (5 rebounds, 2 assists), Justin Hamilton 15 (11 rebounds), Fred Moore 9 (8 rebounds), DaCalvin Wright 5 (5 assists), Simon Green 3 (3 assists), CJ Bussey 2, Kevin Dukes 1   3pt. Goals: Wright 1

Game Summary: The first semi-final of the day was a war. Coach Paul Mokeski and his Coach Mo KPA Pros team came from behind to win a hard played game. 6-5 versatile forward Anthony Gaines (Louisiana College/NAPB) continued his great play with 18 points and 9 rebounds and several high- flying dunks. Johnathan Loyd (Oregon/Germany) continued to set the table for his team and had 12 points and 4 assists. Coach Daniel Pharris and his KPA Vegas team played great throughout the event and were led by maybe the biggest surprise of the event in 6-4 Guard Quincy Washington (Allen University/ECBL) with 17 points. Justin Hamilton (Penn State/Italy) added 15 points and a game high 11 rebounds.

First Round Tournament - KPA Belgium 52 - Free Agency Celtics 48  Video Link:

KPA Belgium 52 – BJ Gladden 14 (*13 rebounds), Brandon Trotter 14 (7 rebounds), Jordan Robertson 11 (3 assists), De’Aundre Twilley 8, Deontre Hammonds 5 (2 assists), Mike Josserand (4 assists/6 rebounds) 3pt. Goals: Robertson 2, Hammonds 1

Free Agency Celtics 48 – Ge-Lawn Guyn 16 (3 assists), Jett Speelman 10 (7 rebounds), Titus Smith 8 (2 assists), Bryson Harris 6, Richard Freeman 4 (*11 rebounds), Rze Culbreath 4 (*4 assists) 3pt. Goals- Guyn 2, Harris 2, Speelman 1, Smith 1

Game Summary: Seed 3 (KPA Belgium) and Seed 6 (Free Agency Celtics) locked up in a defensive war in the last first round game of the day. Coach Thomas Roijakkers and KPA Vegas was led by BJ Gladden (Georgia Southern 18) who had 14 points and 13 rebounds, and Brandon Trotter (William Penn 18) who had 14 on several nice mid-range shots. Coach John Tinsley and his Free Agency team was led by Ge-Lawn Guyn (East Tennessee State) with 16 and Jett Speelman (Denison/Iceland) with 10 and 7 rebounds. Free Agency came in as the defending champs in the KPA Vegas Tournament.

First Round Tournament – KPA SBS Stars 64 KPA Luxembourg 58 

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KPA SBS Stars 64 – David Ware 16 (2 assists), Hank Thorns 11 (3 assists), Demondre Harvey 10 (*11 rebounds), Robert Myles 8 (3 assists), Ronnye Beamon 6, Breion Beaver 8 (2 assists), Jaylon Golds 3, Joe Claybrook 2 (8 rebounds)  3pt. Goals – Golds 1, Beamon 1, Thorns 1

KPA Luxembourg 58 – Ryan Atkins 16 (6 rebounds, 2 assists), Desmond Ringer 12 (*13 rebounds), Leon Sutton 8 (4 assists), Jordan Garnett 7, Tyrin Wade 6, My’Quan Gooding 6, Rashaan Griffin 2, Austin Howard 1 (2 assists) 3pt. Goals – Sutton 2, Atkins 2, Garnett 2, Wade 1

Game Summary: The 3rd first round tournament game of the day featured the #2 seed KPA SBS Stars and the #7 seed KPA Luxembourg. Coach Agusti Julbe and his team prevailed with a 64-58 win in a great game. David Ware (Chaminade/ABA) continued his consistent play with 16 points for the SBS Stars. Hank Thorns (TCU/Canada) had 11 and Demondre Harvey scored 10 and had 11 rebounds. KPA Luxembourg coached by BC Mess (Luxembourg) Head Coach Johnny Griffin was led by Ryan Atkins (Southeastern 18) who had 16 and continued to put the ball in the basket in this event really well. 6-9 PF Desmond Ringer (Mercer 18) had 12 points and a game high 13 rebounds.

First Round Tournament - KPA Vegas 51 - KPA Nike 39

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KPA Vegas 51 – Quincy Washington 17 (4 rebounds), Fred Moore 16 (6 rebounds), CJ Bussey 7 (2 assists), DaCalvin Wright 7 (4 assists), Simon Green 2 ( 3 assists), Justin Hamilton 2 (*9 rebounds) 3pt. Goals – Moore 2, Washington 1, Bussey 1

KPA Nike 39 – Stephon Carter 9 (2 assists), Nate Taylor 6 (4 rebounds, 2 assists), Eldridge Mason 6, Diante Taylor 4, Sirafino Davis 4 (*6 rebounds), Samy Mohamed 3 (2 assists), Tyson Williams 3, Kenneth Peters 2, Marcus Dukes 2 (2 assists)  3pt. Goals: Taylor 2, Carter 1, Williams 1

Game Summary: The second tournament game of the day featured the #4 seed KPA Vegas vs. the #5 seed KPA Nike. KPA Vegas was led by high scoring guard Quincy Washington (Allen University/ECBL) with 17 points, and Fred Moore (Shawnee State 18) had a great game with 16 points and 6 rebounds for Coach Daniel Pharris and KPA Vegas. KPA Nike and Coach Kyle Julius (Head Coach Saigon Heat (Vietnam)) were led by Stephon Carter (CSU Bakersfield/Spain) with 9 points and got good all around games from Nate Taylor (Marygrove 17) and Eldridge Mason (Olivet 18) with 6.

First Round Tournament – Coach Mo KPA Pros 66 - KPA Spain 57

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Coach Mo KPA Pros 66 – Johnathan Loyd 21 (5 assists), Anthony Gaines 16 (*14 rebounds), Dominic Shuler 12 (5 rebounds), Jamel Peterson 10 (2 assists), Luke Cochran 7 (5 rebounds) 3pt. Goals: Peterson 2, Gaines 1, Loyd 1

KPA Spain 57 – Deshawn Battle 17 (3 assists, 4 rebounds), Andre Walker 16 (3 assists, 4 rebounds), Jordan Swopshire 8, Kevin Shaw 7 (3 assists), Marcus Terrance 5, Eric Davidson 2 (2 assists), AJ Washington 2 (5 rebounds) 3pt. Goals: Battle 3, Walker 3, Shaw 1, Swopshire 1, Terrance 1

Game Summary:  The first tournament game of the day featured the #1 seed KPA Spain coached by Xevi Pujol (Assistant Coach Manresa ACB Spain) and the #8 seed Coach Mo KPA Pros coached by Coach Paul Mokeski. The #8 seed Coach Mo KPA Pros came to play in this one. They were flying around everywhere on the defensive end and especially on the backboard and won the rebounding battle. Coach Mo was led by Johnathan Loyd (Oregon/Germany) who scored 21 points and 5 assists and got to the rim when he wanted in this one. Anthony Gaines (Louisiana College/NAPB) had 16 points and 14 rebounds and was dominate in this one. Deshawn Battle (Yakima Valley College) had 17 and continued his good play in the event. Andre Walker (Loyola Maryland 18) had 16 and once again had a very consistent all around game in the KPA.

Saturday, July 7 *KPA League Game Results

KPA Belgium 65 - Free Agency Celtics 61

KPA Belgium 65 – BJ Gladden 15 (9 rebounds), Mike Jousserand 14 (5 assists,4 rebounds), Jordan Robertson 13 (3 assists), Brandon Trotter 10 (8 rebounds), Deontre Hammonds 7 (3 assists), De’Aundre Twilley 2, Wendall Pierre 2 (4 rebounds), Allwell Oraeme 2 (3 rebounds) 3pt. Goals: Jousserand 2, Robertson 1, Hammonds 1

Free Agency Celtics 61 – Ge-Lawn Guyn 19 (3 assists), Richard Freeman 16 (6 rebounds), Jett Speelman 14, Bryson Harris 8 (8 rebounds, 2 assists), Rze Culbreath 2 (4 assists), Titus Smith 2 (3 assists) 3pt. Goals: Guyn 2, Harris 1, Speelman 1, Freeman 1

Game Summary: The final game saw BJ Gladden (Georgia Southern 18) score 15 with 9 rebounds to lead KPA Belgium to a nice W over the Free Agency Celtics. Mike Jousserand had a great all around game for Belgium with 14 points, 5 assists, and 4 rebounds. Ge-Lawn Guyn (East Tennessee State) continued his great play with 19 points and two big 3’s late to make it a game that went right down to the final horn. 6-9 Richard Freeman (Pikeville/Spain) really came to play in this one and showed his versatility and did a little bit of everything.

KPA Spain 59 - KPA Vegas 53

KPA Spain 59 – Andre Walker 20 (4 assists), Jordan Swopshire 15 (7 rebounds), Kevin Shaw 11 (4 assists, 4 rebounds), Deshawn Battle 4 (3 assists), Marcus Terrance 4 (4 rebounds) Eric Davidson 3 (2 assists), Michael Hundley 2 (5 rebounds)   3pt. Goals: Walker 4, Shaw 1, Davidson 1, Swopshire 1

KPA Vegas 53 – Quincy Washington 15, DaCalvin Wright 12 (5 assists), Fred Moore 12 (10 rebounds), Justin Hamilton 8 (10 rebounds), Simon Green 4 (4 assists), CJ Bussey 2 (2 assists) 3pt. Goals: - Washington 1

Game Summary: The third game on Saturday saw KPA Spain get a 59 to 53 win over KPA Vegas. Coach Xevi Pujol had his team ready to play in this one and Andre Walker (Loyola Maryland 18) was on fire for KPA Spain scoring 20 points. Another Patriot League performer Jordan Swopshire (Colgate 18) had 15 points and 7 rebounds in this one. Kevin Shaw (Kentucky State) had 11 and 4 assists as well for KPA Spain. KPA Vegas was led again by Quincy Washington (Allen University/ECBL) with 15 points. DaCalvin Wright continued to play solid at the PG position for KPA Vegas and had 12 points and 5 assists. 6-7 forward Fred Moore (Shawnee State) had a double/double for KPA Vegas with 12 and 10.

KPA SBS Stars 71 - Coach Mo KPA Pros 66

KPA SBS Stars 71 – Demondre Harvey 19 (8 rebounds), Hank Thorns 14 (3 assists), Ronnye Beamon 9 (4 rebounds), David Ware 9 (4 assists,5 rebounds), Joe Claybrook 7, Breion Beaver 6 (4 assists), Jaylon Golds 5 ( 2 assists), Robert Myles 2 (6 rebounds, 3 assists) 3pt. Goals: Thorns 2, Claybrook 1, Harvey 1, Beaver 1, Beamon 1, Golds 1

Coach Mo KPA Pros 68 – Jamal Peterson 15 (3 assists, 4 rebounds), Johnathan Loyd 13 (5 assists), Luke Cochran 11, Dominic Shuler 11 (5 rebounds), Anthony Gaines 10 (8 rebounds), Kyle Lemons 5 (4 rebounds, 3 assists), Spencer Mathis 3 (4 rebounds) 3pt. Goals: Peterson 4, Loyd 1, Cochran 1, Lemons 1, Gaines 1

Game Summary: Another great game on Saturday saw the KPA SBS Stars coached by Coach Agusti Julbe get a 71 to 68 win over Coach Paul Mokeski and the Coach Mo KPA Pros. Both these teams later made the KPA Finals of the tournament. Demondre Harvery (Louisiana Monroe/Finland) dominated this one with 19 points and 8 rebounds. Hank Thorns (TCU/Canada) had 14 and continued his good play in the event. Jamal Peterson (Arkansas Monticello/NAPB) continued his long range shooting making 4 three point goals and scoring 15 for Coach Mo. Johnathan Loyd (Oregon/Germany) had 13 and a game high 5 assists as well for Coach Mo.

KPA Nike 74 KPA Luxenbourg 73 (OT)

KPA Nike 74 – Stephon Carter 24 (3 assists), Kenneth Peters 11 (3 assists), Samy Mohamed 9 (3 assists), Tyson Williams 8 (4 rebounds), Sirafino Davis 8 (8 rebounds), Eldridge Mason 6 (4 rebounds),Marcus Dukes 4 (3 assists), Nate Taylor 2 (4 assists,3 rebounds), Diante Taylor 2 (3 assists) 3pt. Goals: - Williams 2, Mohamed 1, Carter 1, Peters 1

KPA Luxenbourg 73 – Ryan Atkins 23 (3 assists), Desmond Ringer 16 (11 rebounds), Austin Howard 16 (4 assists), Jordan Garnett 8 (4 rebounds, 3 assists), Leon Sutton 5 (5 assists), Tyrin Wade 3 (6 rebounds), Rashaan Griffin 2 (3 assists)  3pt. Goals: Howard 4, Atkins 2, Garnett 1

Game Summary: The first game on Saturday went to overtime and was very exciting. KPA Nike coached by Coach Kyle Julius pulled out a one point win over Coach Johnny Griffin and KPA Luxenbourg. Stephon Cater (all time leading scorer NCAA Div. 1 CSU Bakersfield/Spain) had 24, and Kenneth Peters (Lamar) scored 11 with 3 assists. KPA Luxenbourg was led by high scoring guard Ryan Atkins (Southeastern 18) with 23. Atkins continued to score the ball at will in the event. 6-9 PF Desmond Ringer (Mercer 18) had 16 with a game high 11 rebounds. Austin Howard (Charleston 18) also had a great game for KPA Luxenbourg with 16 points on 4 3pt. goals.

Friday, July 6th KPA Vegas Summer League Results

Free Agency Celtics 108 - Coach Mo KPA Pros 91  Video Link:

Free Agency Celtics 108 – Ge-Lawn Guyn 25 (3 assists,5 rebounds), Jett Speelman 24 (8 rebounds), Bryson Harris 18 (3 assists, 4 rebounds), Rze Culbreath 15 (6 assists), Richard Freeman 14 (9 rebounds), Michael Williams 6, Titus Smith 4 (3 assists), Samuel Bae 2  3pt. Goals: - Harris 4, Guyn 4, Speelman 2, Williams 2

Coach Mo KPA Pros 91 – Kyle Lemons 20 (4 rebounds), Anthony Gaines 19 (9 rebounds), Jamal Peterson 17 (4 assists), Johnathan Loyd 12 (7 assists), Luke Cochran 10 (6 rebounds), Dominic Shuler 4 (7 rebounds), Cameron Epps 3 (2 assists), Spencer Mathis 4 (5 rebounds), Casey Smith 2  3pt. Goals: Peterson 3, Lemons 2, Cochran 1, Epps 1, Gaines 1

Game Summary: Coach John Tinsley and the defending champion Free Agency Celtics came out on fire in the night cap on Friday. Ge-Lawn Guyn (East Tennessee State) scored 25 and Jett Speelman (Denison/Iceland) had 24 and 8 rebounds. Bryson Harris (Midway 18) was on fire from 3pt. land and connected on 4. Kyle Lemons (SW Illinois/ABA) led the Coach Mo KPA Pros with 20 and Anthony Gaines (Louisiana College/NAPA) had 19 and 9 rebounds. Both teams had a balanced attack in this one.

KPA SBS Stars 65 – KPA Belgium 59

KPA SBS Stars 65 – David Ware 19 (3 assists), Hank Thorns 10 (4 assists), Ronnye Beamon 9 (5 rebounds), Joe Claybrook 8, Robert Myles 6 (4 assists), Demondre Harvey 5 (14 rebounds), Breion Beaver 5 (3 assists), Jaylon Golds 3 (2 assists)  3pt. Goals: Ware 2, Claybrook 2, Thorns 2, Golds 1, Beamon 1

KPA Belgium 59 – BJ Gladden 14 (7 rebounds), Mike Josserand 14 (4 assists), Brandon Trotter 8 (5 rebounds), Jordan Robertson 6 (3 assists), De’Aundre Twilley 6 (5 rebounds), Deontre Hammonds 4 (3 assists), Steve Repichowski 3 (3 assists), Allwell Oraeme 2 (7 rebounds), Wendell Pierre 2   3pt. Goals: - Josserand 2

Game Summary:  Coach Agusti Julbe and his SBS Stars pulled out a well played 65 to 59 win over Coach Thomas Roijakkers and his KPA Belgium team. David Ware (Chaminade) scored 19 points and really came to play in this one. Hank Thorns had a solid all around game with 10 and 4 assists for the SBS Stars as well. Demondre Harvey (Louisiana Monroe/Finland) had a game high 14 rebounds. BJ Gladden (Georgia Southern 19) led KPA Belgium with 14 and 7 rebounds. Mike Josserand did a great job at the point and 14 and 4 assists for KPA Belgium.

KPA Vegas 84 – KPA Lux 80

KPA Vegas 84 – Quincy Washington 27 (4 assists), DaCalvin Wright 19 (5 assists), Fred Moore 15 (8 rebounds), Justin Hamilton 8 (14 rebounds), CJ Bussey 8 (3 assists), Simon Green 4 (6 assists), Kerry Thelusma 3   3pt. Goals: Washington 2, Bussey 2, Thelusma 1

KPA Lux 80 – Ryan Atkins 35, Leon Sutton 14 (5 assists), Jordan Garnett 12 (5 rebounds, 3 assists), Desmond Ringer 8 (17 rebounds), Austin Howard 5 (4 assists), Rashaan Griffin 4 (4 assists), Tom Konen 2, Tyrin Wade (5 rebounds)  3pt. Goals: Atkins 5, Sutton 4, Garnett 2, Howard 1

Game Summary: The second game on Friday was a high scoring affair with Coach Daniel Pharris and his KPA Vegas team getting the win led by Quincy Washington (Allen University/ECBL) scoring 27. Washington scored in a variety of ways and was very impressive. DaCalvin Wright (Allen University 17) scored 19 and dished out 5 assists for KPA Vegas. Fred Moore (Shawnee State 18) had 15 and 8 rebounds, and Justin Hamilton (Penn State/Italy) led KPA Vegas with 14 rebounds. Ryan Atkins (Southeastern 18) put on a show scoring the basketball and had a game high and KPA high with 35 points for KPA Luxembourg and Coach Johnny Griffin. Leon Sutton (Great Falls/Cyprus) had 14 and 5 assists. 6-5 wing Jordan Garnett (Northern Kentucky 18) had 12 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. 6-9 PF Desmond Ringer (Mercer 18) had 8 and KPA game high 17 rebounds.

KPA Spain 78 – KPA Nike 67

KPA Spain 78 – Andre Walker 17 (4 assists, 7 rebounds), Eric Davidson 17 (3 assists) Deshawn Battle 14 (4 assist, 4 rebounds), Jordan Swopshire 9 (8 rebounds), Marcus Terrance 9 (4 rebounds), AJ Washington 7 (5 rebounds), Kevin Shaw 3 (4 assists), Michael Hundley 2 (5 rebounds) 3pt. Goals – Davidson 5 (KPA Game High), Walker 1, Battle 1, Shaw 1, Swopshire 1

KPA Nike 67 – Nate Taylor 15 (7 rebounds, 3 assists), Stephon Carter 13 (4 assists, 9 rebounds), Kenneth Peters 10 (4 assists), Tyson Williams 8, Sirafino Davis 6 (7 rebounds), Diante Taylor 6 (2 assists), Eldridge Mason 5 (6 rebounds), Samy Mohamed 2 (3 assists), Marcus Dukes 2 3pt. Goals – Peters 2, Taylor 1, Mason 1

Game Summary: The first game of the 22nd Annual KPA Vegas went to Coach Xevi Pujol and his KPA Spain team. KPA Spain was led by 6-0 combo guard Andre Walker (Loyola Maryland 18) with 17 points, 4 assists, and 7 rebounds. Big time shooter Eric Davidson scored 17 and hit a KPA game high 5 3 pointers. Deshawn Battle (Yakima Valley College) scored 14 and had a solid all around game. 6-6 wing Nate Taylor (Marygrove 17) led KPA Nike and Coach Kyle Julius with 15 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists. Stephon Carter (CSU Bakersfield/Spain) scored 13 points and had 9 rebounds with 4 assists.

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