It was a hard working Wednesday at camp today and the reward for had work is success. Perhaps the best hard-work story for Detroit is two-time NBA Champion Earl Cureton who paid the camp a visit today. “He was really cool,” said camper Tommy Vogt, “I didn’t know he won two championships. And it was cool that he is from Detroit.”
Earl discussed is 13-year NBA career which included playing with and against some of the greatest players of all time. “Isiah Thomas was one of my favorite teammates,” Cureton said, “And Dr. J was my mentor. He helped me so much when I came into the league.” To view a MONSTER Dunk Cureton had over Patrick Ewing, Click here!
The Free-Throw Competition’s seeding process concluded today for the Blue and Red Division. Four players earned #1 seeds for tomorrow’s tournament. Joey Kappaz, Eli Foltyn Jack Adams and Brandon Powell will try to be the first #1 seeds to win the tournament this summer. To view the final regulation scores, click here: B-W FT Scoresheet The Red Division will have one more round of qualifying on Thursday. You can check out the Red Scores here: Red FT Scoresheet
In the 1-on-1 contest, divisions saw more close and hard-fought games today. Joey Hasano (19pts) continues to dominate D8 and rumors have it he may move up to D7 tomorrow. In D4, Luke Salkowski (17pts) leads all scorers but is only one point ahead of Ian Malin. Check out the top three leaders from each division: 1-ON-1 Leaders
Thursday will be the final round of 4-Ball. Check out the 4-Ball scores here: 4-Ball Scoresheet
IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION: Some of the best players in NBA history have come from small schools. Case in point for the Pistons: Match these four players with their university: Click here for worksheet. IQ Worksheet
You can either turn in the worksheet or write your answers on a 3×5 piece of paper. Be sure to turn it in at check-in!