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Numbers breakdown on state's Big 3

04/26/2013, 9:58pm CDT
By Star Tribune

Numbers breakdown

Numbers breakdown

Through four games of Nike’s Elite Youth Basketball League, Rashad Vaughn (Cooper), Tyus Jones (Apple Valley) and Reid Travis (DeLaSalle) are among its statistical leaders. About 400 of the country’s premier high school players play in the league.

Rashad Vaughn Wisconsin Playground Elite

Ranked 1st in points: 97, 24.25 ppg avg

3rd-best single game-high: 31 points

1st in field goals made: 38, 9.5 avg

3rd in free throws made: 12, 3 avg

Tyus Jones Howard Pulley Panthers

Ranked 4th in points: 80 pts, 20 ppg avg

Top single game-high: 38 points

3rd in field goals made: 30, 7.5 avg

2nd in free throws made: 17, 4.25 avg

1st in assists: 32, 8 avg

Tied-5th in steals: 10, 2.5 avg

Reid Travis Howard Pulley Panthers

Points: 64 points, 16 ppg avg

5th in total rebounds: 37, 9.25 avg

2nd in offensive rebounds: 19, 4.75 avg

4th in free-throw attempts: 29, 7.25 avg

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