It wouldn't have come as a shock to see NBA scouts stopping Ebanks before he took the court for the second half to see if they could sign him. Our No. 2 overall Prospect thrived in the first half, displaying a skillset that makes him an ideal stretch four on the next level. Ebanks went 4-for-5 from downtown and had 22 points...in the first half. Canton keyed on him in the second and half and he finished with only 27 points, but he showed what makes him an elite Prospect who appears read to be called up any day. He also chipped in with six rebounds, two assists and two steals.
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