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Week 3 of the Full Package Fall League experienced multiple 20 point performances but none matched the 31 point game 2014 Niles North High School guard Duante Stephens put on display for the Raptors. Also, 2014 Foreman High School wing Purcell Washington of the Rockets netted 24 in his first showing of the fall in the 11th/12th Grade Division.
Magic (60) Hawks (57)
The Hawks received a 20 point performance from Cameron Krutwig, but it wasn’t enough in a hard fought battle with the Hawks. Marcus Brawner lead the Magic with 17.
Raptors (58) Cavs (61)
A fall league game high 31 points by 2014 guard Duante Stephens went for naught for the Raptors. Zack Grady hit for 17 in the Cavs win.
Knicks (50) Hornets (65)
Billy Quiroga’s 25 points for the Hornets pushed them past the Knicks. Although, league leading scorer Matt Acevedo hit all 15 of his points in an individual 15-0 run during the second half to bring the Knicks within striking distance of the Hornets.
Kings (76) Bucks (62)
2014 forward Jovanni Harrell dominated the paint again with a 20 point performance for the Kings. Matt Bridges paced the Bucks with 18.
Clippers (74) Pistons (76)
Nick Rocks 24 points were not enough to put the Clippers in front of the Pistons. 2014 wing John Konchar of West Chicago High School had an impressive 16 point outing for the Pistons
Bulls (81) Suns (35)
The Bulls saw five players score in double figures in their usual balanced attack against the short-handed Suns. 2015 Hersey High School guard Max Heeren paced the Suns once again, scoring 13.
Celtics (80) Lakers (31)
Without 2016 forward Lorenzo Edwards, the Lakers struggled against 2016 guard Devon Sams and the Celtics. Sams had a game high 21 while Ryan Ktichel poured in 18 for the Lakers.
Thunder (36) Warriors (42)
2015 guards Adrian Pierechanowski and Nick Coleman led the Warriors with 12 and 11, respectively, over the towering Thunder. 2014 6-9 forward Makur Puou and 2014 6-5 forward Purcell Washington each scored 11 for the Thunder.
Rockets (55) Nuggets (40)
In his second game of the day, 2014 6-5 forward Purcell Washington scored 24 for the Rockets. Isaac Johnson led the Nuggets with 11.
Blazers (57) Wizards (42)
Jake Tuttle’s 21 coupled with teammate Josh Friesen’s 18 led the Blazers to the win over the Bobcats. Elazar Kolom had 22 for the Bobcats.