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Tennessee Thunder took Second place in the tourney in Knoxville losing out to NC in the finals. UT Freshman Stanley was named MVP of the tourney. Cograts Thunder and coachs Gary Herndon,Randy Herndon and Coach Lonnie on a successful Run.

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I saw the Thunder play a little bit and I hope everybody isn't getting their hopes up too much. Stanly Asusmu is much better than I thought. He should be a factor this year. C.J. Watson is better than any point guard the Vols had last year, but that isn't saying much. I thought he had trouble with the better point guards - Raymond Felton and the guard from Iowa both got the better of him. I saw Mario Moore last year and I think he is better than Watson by far. Boomer is a project. Winchester is athletic but I don't see how he can help in the SEC. Also, other than about three or four other teams, the quality of the competition wasn't that good. This isn't like the 17-u on down because many players choose not to play 19's and many strong organizations don't even field 19-u teams

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Guest sharpshooter12

Boomer had a great game last night.. scoring 30 and I think Winchester(Him or Asumnu) had 25. However, Asumnu received a different award. I don't remember what it was, but Ray Felton got MVP.

[Edited by sharpshooter12 on 8-7-02 10:01P]

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Guest CoachLon

UT Freshman Stanley was named MVP of the tourney. Quick correction, Stanley Asumnu won the Sportsmanship award that will be permanently installed a AAU Headquarters. Felton from North Carolina was the MVP!

 

Coach Lon

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