April 2, 2015 Louisville, KY. (Analyzed Sports)
2015 McDonald’s All-American Game Boys & Girls Boxscore
Here are the official box scores from the 2015 McDonald’s All-American Boys & Girls games held at the United Center last night in Chicago, IL. College basketball’s future lady stars took the court first Wednesday night at 5:30pm with the East Girls defeating the West Girls 89-87 in what would be an entertaining game throughout.
Notre Dame Commit Marina Mabrey led the West Girls with 12 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals while Lady Vols Commit Te’a Omari Cooper led the East Girls with 21 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals en route to winning the game Co Most Valuable Player Award.
The game also featured 3 commits Asia Durr, Taja Cole, and Samantha Fuehiring that will play for the University of Louisville Lady Cardinals and 1 commit Taylor Murray who has agreed to play for UK Hoops Kentucky Wildcats next season. They all showed their ability to score and grab rebounds in the game.
GIRLS OFFICIAL BOX SCORE:
After the girls finished their game, the boys took the court in the United Center at 9:00 pm. The East Boys beat the West Boys 111-91 in a high scoring up and down display of the next NCAA Men’s basketball future talents.
The West Boys built a huge lead early in the first half, but the East boys made runs to keep the score close throughout to eventually win easily down the stretch. This game featured eight undeclared players, who are still trying to decide on where they would like to attend college next semester.
The most coveted uncommitted player No. 2 player in the 2015 class Jaylen Brown who has narrowed his list down to 10 schools had 9 points 6 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 assists for the East winners, but it was big man high motor undecided Cheick Diallo who received Most Valuable Player with 18 points 10 rebounds on 8-14 shooting for the East.
The West Boys were led by Arizona Wildcats Signee Allonzo Trier with 17 points, 4 rebounds, and undeclared Kentucky Target Brandon Ingram with 15 points 5 rebounds in the defeat to the East Boys.