Session Averages: 19.0 PPG, 3.0 RPG, 9.3 APG, 1.3 SPG
The PSA floor general played like a man possessed all weekend long, doing anything that his team needed out of him depending on the moment. He was aggressive on both ends of the floor, found teammates for open buckets and was his normal vocal self at all times. If spectators took nothing else from this young star’s play this weekend, they absolutely watched him throw down the dunk of the session on Sunday. He also did this, which earned him poster of the session.
Session Averages: 29.8 PPG, 75% FG, 9.8 RPG, 2.8 BPG
After an exceptional opening weekend in Hampton, Bol took his game to another level in Indy on his way to leading Cal Supreme to a 3-1 mark . The sinewy big man had his entire arsenal on display, draining three balls and swatting would-be scores away from the cup with ease. The scary thing for the rest of the league is Bol is just scratching the surface of his potential, and he appears ready to take that next step. He shot 75% from the floor in four Indianapolis games.
Session Averages: 22.8 PPG, 14.8 RPG, 2.0 APG
Williams was a monster once again in Indy, and his E1T1 squad reaped the benefits in a big way and complemented his dominance on the boards by getting out in transition. Williams is simply the best pound-for-pound rebounder in the country right now, and as his offensive game improves over the next couple months he will be harder and harder to keep under wraps, because he has a nose for the ball and that's something you can't teach. He capped off the session with a 30-point, 21-rebounds performance in an OT win over Team Melo, a candidate for Performance of the Session.
Session Averages: 20.8 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 7.8 APG, 2.3 SPG
A model of consistency, Jones once again showed why he's one of the best all-around players on the circuit while still managing to keep his turnovers to a minimum. The best part about Jones’ play thus far is that his Pulley teammates are benefiting from his unselfishness and coming into their own, making this team more dangerous with each game. Jones is leading the circuit in assists and is one of the most efficient offensive players in the country, and Pulley hasn't skipped a beat since last year's dynamite season.
Session Averages: 18.5 PPG, 13.0 RPG, 3.0 APG, 1.0 SPG, 3.5 BPG
While in Hampton, Jontay Porter began to establish a name for himself as a force to be reckoned with. In Indy he put the league on notice that he is one of the best big men on the circuit. Though he easily could have earned MVP of the first session, Porter kept his head down and played even better in the second session, keeping his squad undefeated at 8-0. While not quite as explosive as his older brother Michael (ESPN 2017 No. 1), Jontay is a double-double machine and has proven himself as a great leader on this 8-man MOKAN squad.