McDonald's All-American Game 2012: Live Score, Results, Highlights and Analysis
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West win 106-102 after racing out to a 24 point lead.
Poythress is the first player to ever foul out of the MCDaag.
Nice job breaking the press. Bennett with a layup.
Muhammad named the MVP. Got the west off to a good start in the first half. Was the difference in the game.
Sulaimon another big play down the stretch off a great pass from Ferrell. Puts the west up seven with 57.6 left, chance to stretch the lead to eight. Poythress just fouled out.
Great pass Sulaimon to Muhammad, but west comes back and scores and chance to cut it to four.
Splits the free throws, West 99-92, 1:52.
Yogi Ferrell nice drive to the hoop. Get fouled. Up six two free throws.
East hanging in there. Within 10 and the ball with 4:20 left.
Muhammad with his first basket in a while. He's been the MVP. Very impressive, he can score a variety of ways.
East run continues, down to 12.
11-2 run by the east cuts it to 89-73.
Phil Murphy @philmurphyespn providing great updates on twitter. Biggest margin of victory was a 31 point west win in 2003. West up 87-62 right now.
Poythress picks up his fourth foul
Game starting to get a bit sloppy. with a 23 point spread
Game beginning to reach blowout stage. West up 71-52. 16 minutes left.
The official hashtag for the game on Twitter is #McDaag
Besides Muhammad, Poythress and Goodwin with 11 and 8 as the leading scorers.
Jon Rothstein with some good comparisons on twitter between this year's McDonald's All-American's and past stars.
Muhammad has definitely shown why he is considered the top ranked player in the class of 2012. Here are the highlights from the dunk contest he won.
Nice pass by Muhammad. Showing he can pass as well. He has 15 points and 5 rebounds and the West leads 58-46 at the half.
Nice agility shown by DeJuan Coleman around the basket.
Muhammad dominating the first half. He is the leading scorer with 13.
Pace starting to pick up. West 48 East 40.
Lots of good big men in this class. Very active play around the rim on both ends. Poythress, Ashley, Parker and Jerrett impressive so far.
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