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Andrew Harrison was fantastic in the 5-on-5

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Andrew Harrison did just about all he could to improve his stock in the 5-on-5 game at the NBA Combine this evening. Harrison was the star of Game 2 in Chicago, scoring 17 points with five assists. If he ends up going in the first round next month, we can look back to today as a factor in his boost up the board.

Going into the game, ESPN’s analysts said the 5-on-5 can’t help or hurt the twins because they were in the spotlight all season, but Andrew’s performance definitely turned some NBA heads today. He was the best player in the game and maybe the best all day.

Aaron, on the other hand, did not do much to make his case for the first round. He scored nine points on 1-for-6 shooting in a rather quiet showing.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

3 Comments for Andrew Harrison was fantastic in the 5-on-5



  1. Smyrna_Cat
    8:20 pm May 14, 2015 Permalink

    Andrew will NOT be in the first round, but that is okay. He looked really good today … head up, in control, few if any mistakes. He ran his team the way a PG should, made some shots, and did a great job of passing the ball and getting others involved in the game. Awesome job!



  2. BigBluSoTru
    9:06 pm May 14, 2015 Permalink

    They were both on teams 3/4the less talented two teams . I watched the first game and it had the best players with avery competive game. Leave it to KSR to hyperbole . The twins are just average to slightly above avg.



    • madarchitect
      10:11 pm May 14, 2015 Permalink

      Please elaborate more so I can understand less.