Bradley Kaboza, who currently leads Myerscough in scoring in the European Youth Basketball League, ranked second on the team at 9.0 points per game at Stage II in Riga. Kaboza led the team in assists (2.2) and steals (2.0) in five contests. The current No. 5 prospect in the DENG Camp Class of 2020 reached double figures in three out of five games and had a Stage II best 17 points against BS Jugla.
Kaboza became Myerscough’s first stage Most Valuable Player, as voted on by the opposition coaches in Riga.
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