Pittsburgh Pro-Am Report

Pittsburgh Pro-Am Report

Wednesday was the best overall evening to date for West Virginia players in the Pittsburgh Pro-Am Summer League

In the first game, Aaron Brown and Eron Harris each had solid performances as SPK downed South Hills Audi 71-55. Brown scored 12 points on 6-17 shooting, while Harris added seven points and seven rebounds. Brown tallied four rebounds and two assists, while Harris added an assist to against 2-9 shooting from the field.

Also playing in the game were former Mountaineers Alex Ruoff and John Flowers, who are both prepping for professional leagues overseas. Ruoff had ten points on the strength of a 2-2 performance from three-point distance for SPK, while Flowers had seven points and three rebounds for South Hills Audi.

The trio of Jabarie Hinds, Terry Henderson and Matt Humphrey combined for 27 points to power Oliverio's Peppers past Steel City Tickets by the score of 89-44. Humphrey had 17 points (6-17/3-5), and also grabbed five rebounds and dealt out an assist against one turnover.

Hinds had 12 points, including another perfect 4-4 performance from the line, and recorded three rebounds, one assist and one turnover, while Henderson made three of nine shots for his eight points. The slender freshman grabbed ten rebounds and contributed two assists.

On the losing side, Aric Dickerson hit one three out of six shot attempts and had one assist and one turnover for Steel City Tickets.

In the final game, Keaton Miles had another strong outing, making seven of his ten attempts from the field on the way to 17 points. He also added two rebounds and did not suffer a turnover as his GNC team knocked off PGT 78-73.

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