West beats East 102-98 in Jordan Brand Classic


In a national showcase of the top high school basketball talent from the class of 2013, the West All-Stars won the 12th edition of the Jordan Brand Classic over the East 102-98. Kentucky commit PF Julius Randle had 19 for the West, and won co-MVP honors along with Duke commit SF Jabari Parker, who scored 16 for the East.


SF Andrew Wiggins, the top overall prospect in the class of 2013 who remains unsigned as a recruit, had 19 points for the West to lead all scorers along with Randle. Florida State, where both of his parents were student-athletes, and Kentucky are leading contenders to land Wiggins. Washington bound Nigel Williams-Goss delivered the game winning 3-point play for the West, finishing with 17 points and 4 assists. Tyler Ennis, expected to take over the PG spot as a freshman for Syracuse next year following the early departure of Michael Carter-Williams to the NBA, added 14 points, 6 dimes and 5 boards for the East.

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