Frank Mpeck Driving Hard to the Bucket at NPH Quebec Showcase

Frank Mpeck Driving Hard to the Bucket at NPH Quebec Showcase

NPH TOP PERFORMERS

Team White

  • Mamadou Gueye (2013 6’7 SF/ Sainte-Foy) – 19 pts, 10 rbs, 3 stl, 2blk (MVP)
  • Greishe Clerjuste (2013 6’2 G/ Vanier) – 17 pts, 3rbs, 6 ast
  • Fred Dure (2013 6’4 SG/ Ahuntsic) – 12pts, 6 rbs
  • Nemanja Zarkovic- (2014 6’3 G/ Brebeuf) – 3pts, 5 ast
Team Black
  • Nolan Woodward-  (2013 6’4 SF/ Champlain) – 27 pts, 13 rbs
  • Max Joseph- (2013 6’1 PG/ Ahuntsic) – 20 pts, 8 rbs, 4ast

Junior MVP – Charles-Érik Marmen-Harvey

MONTREAL, QC–It took the NPH Team three days to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the Quebec Showcase participants and on day three, the top prospects were filtered into the final game, to prove themselves among the best!

Mamadou Gueye (Sainte-Foy/ Brookwood Elite) Captures NPH Quebec Showcase MVP!

Mamadou Gueye (Sainte-Foy/ Brookwood Elite) Captures NPH Quebec Showcase MVP!

Team White , lead by MVP Mamadou Gueye defeated Team Black 83-74 in a competitive match up. White controlled the pace of the game playing high tempo basketball thanks to guards Greishe Clerjuste and Nemanja Zarkovic who opened the fast break, feeding teammates and combining for 11 assists!

Gueye, who was also AAA CEGEP MVP this past season commented on his experience, and his double-double performance.

“After the day one work out, I was tired but had a good night’s sleep…and today I went strong and hard, pushing myself to the end.”

The 6’7 forward also pushed his team to victory, registering an all-around game of 19 points, 11 rebounds, three steals and two blocks!

However, on the shoulders of a dominant Nolan Woodward, Team Black would make several runs to get back in the game. Woodward owned the glass and was unstoppable inside due to his strength.

In addition, he extended his game to the outside knocking down a total of four triples. Woodward was the high man in  two categories, posting a healthy 27 point, 13 rebound performance.

Team mate Max Joseph contributed 20 points, eight rebounds and four assists, however it was not enough to overcome the fast-paced game of Team White.

Stay tuned for NPH Player evaluations…coming soon!

 

Tariq Sbiet

Written by Tariq Sbiet

NPH National Scout, tracking Canada's TOP prospects from high school to the NBA. With a genuine passion for the game, you will find Sbiet in the bleachers of most major tournaments and events across Canada & the United States -- Discovering talent from coast-to-coast, while absorbing knowledge at every opportunity. Sbiet has covered the game at every level, combining a basketball and media background with a degree in Media & Journalism from the University of Guelph-Humber. *Inspiration is the spark plug to success*

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2 thoughts on “Stars Align at NPH Quebec Showcase, Mamadou Gueye Takes Home MVP!

  1. vince says:

    just a few typos..
    mamadou is more like 6’5-6’6, fred duré isn’t 5’4 and I doubt Max Joseph will finish in 2913.
    ;-)

  2. Tariq Sbiet Tariq Sbiet says:

    Thanks for the heads up…fixed. All the players were measured. Mamadou at 6’6.7 to be exact. I originally had him 6’6 but found out he was taller after he was measured.

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