Indiana signee Stanford Robinson put his skills on display one more time on Sunday, participating in the Capital Classic in Alexandria, Va. The D.C. area native returned home for the game after playing his senior season at Findlay Prep in Las Vegas, scoring 19 points for the short-handed U.S. All-Stars in a 126-120 win over the Capital All-Stars.
Ohio State recruit Kameron Williams made a trio of late 3s to push the U.S. ahead in a tie game, finishing with 25 points and MVP honors. The U.S. squad had just seven players instead of the slated 10 participants.
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