Dyckman Streetball Tournament was the place to be this past Wednesday night [June 22]. Fans were provided with an action-packed court filled with physical play and disputable calls made by the refs.

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In the first game of the evening, Team Kemba faced TMT/Showstoppers. Showstoppers applied pressure offensively and defensively throughout the entire game. Malik Thomas was consistently aggressive, finishing hard at the basket while showing fans he has a nice mid range game.

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But the feisty play was able to be strategically handled and solved by Team Kemba as they were able to claw back one possession at a time, thanks to play by former LA Lakers forward Derrick Character. Former Coppin State University guard three ball assassin shooter Andre Armstrong knocked down 3 three pointers to cut the deficit down to one.

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Controversy was at hand when the refs made a foul call as Armstrong tried to go for a three.

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He made two out of three, which led to Team Kemba prevailing with a 58-57 win. Leading the way was University of Maine guard Shaun Lawton with 17 points while Character finished with 10 points.

In the nightcap match-up, the battle between two perennial contenders took place. R2K and Skull Gang faced one another in a shoot out. R2K applied full court pressure throughout the entire night but it wasn’t enough to stop the point guard facilitating of Rutgers University senior captain Myles Mack.

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In the end, Skull Gang escaped with a 10 point win with the score of 63-53. Leading the way for Skull Gang was the honorable Big Ten selectee with 23 points and Shandel Stewart with 11 points.

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In a losing effort, R2K was led by former Villanova Wildcats lightning quick scoring point guard Malcolm Grant who finished with a game high of 28 points.

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Images: Ben Berry [#BenShotIt]