Pretty amazing highlights of Tony Worten Jr. from last weekend at the Seattle Basketball Pro-Am thanks to Ballislife.com.
In the first game of the season, the former Washington star scored 53 points during a 124-121 win at Seattle Pacific’s Brougham Pavilion. Wroten played on a team with UW commit Dejounte Murray.
In other summer hoops news, the Northwest Collegiate Summer League begins Week 3 action tonight at North Seattle Community College. Admission is free. The NCAA-sanctioned tournament consists of college and high school players from northwest schools.
Here’s a look at this week’s schedule.
6 p.m. – Lakers vs. 76ers
7 p.m. – Chicago vs. Boston
8 p.m. – Knicks vs. Blazers
9 p.m. – Suns vs. New Jersey
6 p.m. – Miami vs. Oklahoma
And here’s a look at the Washington and Seattle University players on the rosters.
Nigel Williams-Goss – Washington
Shawn Kemp Jr. – Washington
Isiah Umipig – Seattle University
Emmanuel Chibuogwu – Seattle University
David Trimble – Seattle University
Clarence Trent – Seattle University
Mike Anderson – Washington
Darin Johnson – Washington
D’Vonne Pickett – Seattle University
Jack Shaughnessy – Seattle University
Shore Adenekan – Seattle University
Emerson Murray – Seattle University
Jahmel Taylor – Washington
Gilles Dierickx – Washington
Manroop Clair – Seattle University
William Powell – Seattle University
Donaven Dorsey – Washington
Jack Crook – Seattle University
Andrew Andrews – Washington
Quevyn Winters – Washington
Tristan Etienne – Washington
Dan Kingma (walk-on) – Washington
MONDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Former Washington star C.J. Wilcox has a right shoulder injury and will not play in the summer league with the Los Angeles Clippers. He’s not expected to undergo surgery.
— California sophomore center Kameron Rooks is likely out for all of next season after having surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.