Maurice Sutton is in the Hall

9 comments by   |   Friday, May 9, 2008 - 6:52 pm EDT

Maurice Sutton and Patrick Bade prepare for the second half.

Looks like Indiana Elite and Sutton are going to hang on to win. They’re up nine with 58 seconds left.

I’ll have more after we head to the floor and conduct interviews.

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Sutton orchestrates a give-and-go with Patrick Bade to get his team two points and make it 59-56. Great touch on the pass, and Sutton knows it: he pumps his fist as he goes down the floor.

Then he grabs a loose ball and sends an outlet pass up the floor to get an easy basket and extend the lead.

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Sutton re-enters the game with a little more than four minutes left and his team ahead 57-52. He’s got 13 points so far.

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Matt Kinney of Indiana Elite just hit a transition 3 to tie the game at 44 with 55 seconds left in the third quarter.

Sutton has thrown down a dunk this quarter and Walker helped steady his team’s defense by hustling to take a charge.

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Sutton’s put-back makes it So-Cal 35, Indiana Elite 31 at half.

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Now we catch up with Demetrius Walker, the wing for So-Cal that has some interest in IU. He takes an alley-oop and finishes strong at the rim.

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Maurice Sutton, it turns out, has made all the difference.

He’s just scored four quick points. He made an excellent adjustment in the air to corral a lob pass and then hit a lay-in. Then he got his hand on a pass and broke in — beating his man down the floor — for a dunk.

It’s So-Cal 31, Indiana Elite 29 with two minutes left in the half.

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In the Wear twins, David and Travis, North Carolina will be getting two Tyler Hansbrough-like players. They’re big, tough kids that play with some energy.

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Sutton takes an alley-oop pass from North Central guard Tyrone Johnson and drops it through the hoop. Then on a break he couldn’t hit his lay-up but was fouled. He hit 1-of-2.

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Doesn’t take long for Sutton to get involved. He takes a pass from Evan Gordon — Eric’s little brother — and hits an uncontested jumper from free throw line to cut So-Cal’s lead to 24-15.

His basket drew the loudest applause of the day from the crowd.

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Maurice Sutton has finally procured an orange Indiana Elite jersey and has entered the game in the second quarter, his team down 24-10.

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Maurice Sutton, the 6-10 center who could become a part of Indiana’s incoming recruiting class, is at Assembly Hall right now preparing to play with Indiana Elite LNO in the first game of the night.

He’ll be playing against the So-Call All-Star team led by Wear twins — bound for North Carolina in 2009 — and Demitrius Walker, a 6-3 who is being recruited by Indiana.

More updates as the night progresses.

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9 comments:
#1
andrew
Friday, May 9, 2008 - 6:58 PM EDT

Bring him in Crean

 
#2
rains
Friday, May 9, 2008 - 8:02 PM EDT

he sounds great. Also is Even Gorden anything like Eric?

 
#3 Friday, May 9, 2008 - 8:06 PM EDT

Rains,

Evan is more of a point guard. He really likes to push the floor and is active. He needs to cut down on turnovers and hone his shot but I think he’ll be a good Division I player. He’s apparently got offers from Notre Dame and Butler, to name a few.

By the way, Eric Gordon is here watching lil bro. E.J. says he is working out in Indy and getting ready for the pre-draft camp in Orlando at the end of the month.

 
#4
andrew
Friday, May 9, 2008 - 8:33 PM EDT

Oh that is cool. what year is he? And do you think he could play at Indiana

 
#5 Friday, May 9, 2008 - 8:57 PM EDT

He’ll be a senior, so he’s class of 2009.

I have trouble speculating about who and who could not play at Indiana because I’m not sure how Crean is going to want to play. He says that his teams will get up and down the floor, and Evan Gordon certainly can handle that.

 
#6
Haystacks
Friday, May 9, 2008 - 9:09 PM EDT

what was Suttons line for the game he just played?

 
#7 Friday, May 9, 2008 - 9:21 PM EDT

15 points, 5 rebounds, 3 blocks

 
#8
Laffy
Friday, May 9, 2008 - 9:23 PM EDT

LOVE the updates!

Muchos gracias.

 
#9
JL
Sunday, May 11, 2008 - 8:50 AM EDT

If you listened to the attached interview he was talking about Verdell jiones and Maurice Creek and he said WE will be a young team. Slip of the tongue or something more??

 


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