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2016-17 Men's Basketball Season Review

April 13, 2017

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BY THE NUMBERS - NOTRE DAME IN 2016-17

1.66

Assist-to-turnover ratio for Notre Dame this sesason, the second-best in the nation behind UCLA (1.91).

2

Notre Dame has appeared in the ACC Championship game in two out of its four years in the conference.

6

The run to the ACC Championship game this season improved Notre Dame’s ACC tournament record to 6-3 since joining the league for the 2013-14 campaign. Only Duke (8-3), North Carolina and Virginia (both 7-3) have better records in the league tournament over the past four seasons.

7

Notre Dame won seven NCAA tournament games over the past three seasons, matching the 1976-79 teams for the most over a four-year stretch in the program’s history. 

9

Notre Dame is ninth all-time in NCAA Tournament appearances with 36 and has a 39-40 (.493) all-time tournament record.

9.5

The Irish finished the season second in the nation in turnovers per game, averaging 9.5 per game this season. Michigan (9.2) was the national leader in the category.

12

Notre Dame made its 12th NCAA Tournament appearance in 17 years under head coach Mike Brey in 2016-17.

14

Notre Dame finished the season ranked 14th in the Associated Press Top 25. The Irish ended up 20th in the USA Today/Coaches poll.

10.1

Rebounds-per-game average for All-American Bonzie Colson, which led the ACC and finished 17th in the country. Colson also led the ACC in overall double-doubles (19) and 10-rebound performances (20).

14.9

Fouls per game average for Notre Dame in 2016-17, the fourth-best in the nation.

18

In a recent update of the all-time top 100 teams/programs in the country, the Associated Press listed Notre Dame at number 18, having  appeared in 32.49% of all AP Top 25 polls.

26

Junior Matt Farrell has connected on at least one three-point field goal in 26 consecutive games, the second-best streak of any ACC player (L. Kennard, Duke, 39 games). Farrell is fourth in the ACC in 3FG% at .420 and with Kennard entering the 2017 NBA Draft, will bring the league’s longest 3FGM streak into the 2017-18 season.

36

Notre Dame has made 36 NCAA Tournament appearances, the 10th-most in NCAA history.

43

Victories in four years of ACC play for Notre Dame (10.8 per season). Only Virginia, North Carolina and Duke have more regular-season ACC wins during that same span.

80.0

Free throw percentage for Notre Dame this season, the best in the nation and a new ACC record.

82

Program-record number of victories over the past three seasons for the Irish.

91.0

Free throw percentage for Steve Vasturia this season (91-100), which establishes a Notre Dame single-season record, besting Ryan Hoover’s .905 in 1993-94. Vasturia led the ACC in free throw percentage as well and his .910 percentage is the seventh-best in the history of the league. In the NCAA, Vasturia finished ranked ninth in free throw percentage.

382

Victories at Notre Dame for head coach Mike Brey, the second-most in Notre Dame history and 11 away from matching the all-time record (393).

1,218

Career points scored by junior forward Bonzie Colson. With some expected NBA draft early entries and graduation losses, Colson could be the ACC’s career scoring and rebounding leader returning in 2017-18.

1,847

Wins in Notre Dame basketball history, ninth-best in NCAA history.


IRISH MATCH NCAA WINS RECORD:

The senior class of V.J. Beachem and Steve Vasturia, along with graduate student walk on Patrick Mazza, matched the records for the winningest graduating class in school history and the winningest class in terms of NCAA victories.

Notre Dame has won seven games over the past three years in the NCAA tournament, matching the 1979 class with seven NCAA victories. Bruce Flowers was the lone senior in 1979 to play in all three of those tournament trips.

A breakdown of the winningest four years, in terms of NCAA tournament victories, at Notre Dame:

Year 1

Wins

Year 2

Wins

Year 3

Wins

Year 4

Wins

Total

2014

0

2015

3

2016

3

2017

1

7

1976

1

1977

1

1978

3

1979

2

7

1978

3

1979

2

1980

0

1981

1

6

1977

1

1978

3

1979

2

1980

0

6

1974

2*

1975

2

1976

1

1977

1

6

* - includes a regional final consolation victory

ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM:

Notre Dame’s run to the ACC Championship game earned three members of the team all-tournament honors.

Juniors Bonzie Colson and Matt Farrell were first-team selections, while senior Steve Vasturia was named to the second team.

A look at their ACC tournament statistics:

Player

FG-FGA

FG%

3FG-3FGA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

REB

R/G

AST

A/G

ST

BLK

PTS

PPG

Colson

24-48

.521

3-6

.500

15-22

.682

25

8.3

2

0.67

4

3

68

22.7

Farrell

15-35

.429

5-17

.294

7-11

.636

3

1.0

17

5.67

3

0

42

14.0

Vasturia

13-28

.464

5-12

.417

4-4

1.00

8

3.0

11

3.67

5

1

35

11.7


IRISH EXTEND THREE-YEAR WIN MARK RECORD:

Notre Dame’s two victories on the run to the ACC Championship game and first-round NCAA win, pushed the program’s win record over the past three seasons to 82. The Irish already posted the best two-year stretch of victories last season, winning 56 combined games in 2014-15 and 2015-16.

Season 1

Wins

Season 2

Wins

Season 3

Wins

Total

2014-15

32

2015-16

24

2016-17

26

82

2010-11

27

2011-12

22

2012-13

25

74

2013-14

15

2014-15

32

2015-16

24

71

2008-09

21

2009-10

23

2010-11

27

71


NOTRE DAME SETS ACC FREE THROW RECORD:

Notre Dame combined to shoot 489-611 (.800) from the free throw line this season, which led the NCAA and sets the ACC single-season record. The previous record holder was NC State, which shot 481 of 602 (.799) in 2004.

The Irish shot over .850 from the free throw line 14 times during the 2016-17 season and was a perfect 1.000 from the line three times during the year. Notre Dame was 14-for-14 against North Carolina A&T, six-for-six versus Villanova and capped the year 17-of-17 in the final game of the season against West Virginia in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

COLSON LEADS ACC IN REBOUNDING IN HISTORIC FASHION:

Junior forward Bonzie Colson has been labeled as ‘under-sized,’ due to his listed 6-5 height measurement. The New Bedford, Massachusetts, native does boast a 7-2 wing span, however, which helped the Irish captain lead the ACC in rebounding at 10.1 per game.

Colson becomes the shortest ACC player to lead the league in rebounding since South Carolina’s Grady Wallace grabbed 14.4 rebounds per game in 1957 - a span of 60 years.

Since 1958 (Pete Brennan, North Carolina) Colson is the only player under 6-7 to lead the ACC in rebounding.

PLAYERS UNDER 6-7 TO LEAD THE ACC IN REBOUNDING:

Name

Year

Height

School

Rebounds Per Game

Dickie Hemric

1954

6-6

Wake Forest

15.1

Dickie Hemric

1955

6-6

Wake Forest

19.0

Grady Wallace

1957

6-4

South Carolina

14.4

Pete Brennan

1958

6-6

North Carolina

11.7

Bonzie Colson

2017

6-5

Notre Dame

10.1

Colson also became the second consecutive Notre Dame player to lead the ACC in rebounding, joining Zach Auguste (10.7 in 2015-16).

CONFERENCE WIN STREAK:

Notre Dame saw its program-best six-game ACC regular-season conference win streak end at Louisville on Saturday, March 4. It was the seventh conference win streak of five or more games of the Mike Brey era at Notre Dame (since 2000-01) and fourth longest.

Season

Win Streak

Start Date

End Date

Opponents

2011-12

9

Jan. 21, 2012

Feb. 25, 2012

Syracuse, SHU, UConn, Marquette, WVU, DePaul, Rutgers, Villanova, WVU

2000-01

8

Jan. 26, 2001

Feb. 18, 2001

Pitt, WVU, Syracuse, Georgetown, Pitt, St. John’s, WVU, Rutgers

2010-11

7

Jan. 19, 2011

Feb. 19, 2011

Cincinnati, Marquette, Pitt, DePaul, Rutgers, Louisville, USF

2016-17

6

Feb. 7, 2017

Mar. 4, 2017

Wake Forest, Florida State, BC, NC State, Georgia Tech, BC

2016-17

5

Dec. 31, 2016

Jan. 18, 2017

Pittsburgh, Louisville, Clemson, Miami, Virginia Tech

2014-15

5

Jan. 14, 2015

Jan. 28, 2015

Georgia Tech, Miami, Virginia Tech, NC State, Duke

2007-08

5

Jan. 26, 2008

Feb. 9, 2008

Villanova, Providence, DePaul, Seton Hall, Marquette

2001-02

5

Jan. 26, 2002

Feb. 14, 2002

Seton Hall, Pitt, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Georgetown

WINNINGEST CLASS AT NOTRE DAME:

The 2016-17 senior class of Steve Vasturia, V.J. Beachem, Austin Torres (Torres will return for a fifth-year of eligibility in 2017-18) and graduate student Patrick Mazza matched the school record for wins over a four-year stretch this season. 

The ‘16-’17 class compiled 97 wins over the past four years, matching all-time mark of 97 by the 2012-13 group.

MOST WINS - FOUR YEAR SPAN:

Year 1

Wins

Year 2

Wins

Year 3

Wins

Year 4

Wins

Total

2013-14

15

2014-15

32

2015-16

24

2016-17

26

96

2009-10

23

2010-11

27

2011-12

22

2012-13

25

97

2007-08

25

2008-09

21

2009-10

23

2010-11

27

96

2012-13

25

2013-14

15

2014-15

32

2015-16

24

96

2011-12

22

2012-13

25

2013-14

15

2014-15

32

94


ALL-ACC HONORS:

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the 2017 all-conference teams on Sunday, March 5. Junior forward Bonzie Colson was named to the All-ACC First Team, while seniors V.J. Beachem and Steve Vasturia, along with junior Matt Farrell, all earned Honorable Mention honors. Notre Dame is the only conference team to have four players earn 10 or more votes for all-conference honors this season.

Colson, who finished third in Player of the Year voting, led the league in rebounds all season and is the only conference player to average a double-double for the entire conference season. Colson also finished the regular season ranked in the ACC top 10 in field goal percentage, blocked shots and free throw percentage. The New Bedford, Massachusetts, native also was a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, presented to college basketball’s player of the year.

Colson joins Jerian Grant (2015) as All-ACC first-team selections in the four years the Irish have been a part of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Farrell finished among the ACC’s top seven in three-point field goal percentage, assists and steals and also finished third for the league’s Most Improved Player Award. Vasturia led the league in free-throw percentage (.910) and was named ACC Player of the Week on January 16, 2017 after helping the Irish start the ACC conference schedule with a 5-0 record with several game-clinching clutch plays.

Beachem has consistently been among the league leaders in three-point shooting his season and finished the season fourth in the ACC in three-point field goals made per game this season (2.42).   

The honors are all the first for each player in their careers at Notre Dame and amount to the most all-league honors (first, second, third team or honorable mention) in program history. In 2002, current Irish assistant Ryan Humphrey earned First-Team All-Big East honors, Chris Thomas third-team honors and David Graves was named honorable mention All-Big East.

NOTRE DAME POSTS 10 CONFERENCE WINS FOR THE 12th TIME UNDER BREY:

With the victory at NC State on Feb. 18, 2017, Notre Dame posted double-digit conference wins for the 12th time in Mike Brey’s 17 years at Notre Dame. Here is a breakdown of Notre Dame’s conference seasons with 10-or-more wins, final regular-season finish and what kind, if any, of tournament bye was earned.

Season

Conference

Conference Wins

Conference Losses

Conference Regular-Season Finish

Tourney Bye Earned

2000-01

Big East

11

5

West-1

Single

2001-02

Big East

10

6

West-2

Single

2002-03

Big East

10

6

West-4

None

2006-07

Big East

11

5

4

Single

2007-08

Big East

14

4

3

Single

2009-10

Big East

10

8

7

Double

2010-11

Big East

14

4

2

Double

2011-12

Big East

13

5

3

Double

2012-13

Big East

11

7

6

Single

2014-15

ACC

14

4

3

Double

2015-16

ACC

11

7

4

Double

2016-17

ACC

12

6

3

Double


20 WINS A TRADITION FOR BREY AT NOTRE DAME:

For the 13th time in 17 seasons and 10th time in the past 11 seasons, Notre Dame reached the 20-win mark for the year.

That matches the school record for 20-win seasons at Notre Dame with Digger Phelps, who posted 20 wins 13 times in his 20 years as head coach with the Irish.

Head Coach

20-Win Seasons

Total Seasons at Notre Dame

Mike Brey

13

17

Digger Phelps

13

20

George E. Keogan

4

19

John Dee

4

7

John Jordan

3

13

Moose Krause

1

7

Matt Doherty

1

1


COLSON A 20-10 SPECIALIST:

Junior forward Bonzie Colson, who was a candidate for the Wooden Award, Naismith Award and the ACC Player of the Year, posted eight 20-point, 10-rebound performances this year. All eight of those performances have come against power conference (ACC, Pac 12, Big 10) teams.

Opponent

Opponent Rank

Points

Rebounds

Assists

Blocks

Steals

vs. Colorado*

–/–

22

12

0

1

2

Iowa

–/–

24

17

0

3

0

vs. Purdue&

15/16

23

10

0

2

2

at Pittsburgh

–/–

21

14

3

1

1

Wake Forest

–/–

27

16

2

5

2

Florida State

14/15

33

13

1

1

2

Georgia Tech

–/–

20

11

1

2

2

vs. Virginia%

21/21

21

10

2

1

1


* - Legends Classic, Barclays Center, Brookly, N.Y. | & - Crossroads Classic, BankersLife Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.

% - ACC Touranment, Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.

SUCCESS ON TOBACCO ROAD:

Notre Dame joined the ACC at the start of the 2013-14 basketball season. The Irish ended up 0-3 in the state of North Carolina that year (65-58 loss at Wake Forest, 63-61 loss at North Carolina, 81-69 loss to Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament in Greensboro).

Since breaking through for the program’s first win in Chapel Hill, 71-70, at North Carolina on Jan. 5, 2015, the Irish have won eight of the last 10 games they have played on ‘Tobacco Road’:

Opponent

W/L

Score

Date

at North Carolina

W

71-70

Jan. 5, 2015

at NC State

W

81-78 (OT)

Jan. 25, 2015

at Duke

L

60-90

Feb. 7, 2015

vs. Miami

W

70-63

March 12, 2015*

vs. Duke

W

74-64

March 13, 2015*

vs. North Carolina

W

90-82

March 14, 2015*

at Duke

W

95-91

Jan. 16, 2016

at Wake Forest

W

69-58

Feb. 24, 2016

at North Carolina

L

72-84

Feb. 5, 2017

at NC State

W

81-72

Feb. 18, 2017


* - 2015 ACC Championship, Greensboro Coliseum

COLSON POURS IN 33 POINTS VS. FLORIDA STATE:

Junior forward Bonzie Colson led the Irish to victory over No. 14/15 Florida State on Saturday, Feb. 11, with a career-high 33 points. It was the second 30-point game of Colson’s career (he posted 31 points in a victory at Duke on Jan. 16, 2016) and the first 33-point game at Notre Dame since Matt Carroll’s 33-point effort against DePaul on Dec. 14, 2002.

Colson’s 33 points mark the 50th time that an Irish player has reached at least 30 points in a game during the Mike Brey era (2000-01 to present). It is the most points scored in a game by an Irish player since Luke Harangody posted 37 against Cincinnati on Feb. 4, 2010.

BREY REACHES 700-GAME MILESTONE:

Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey coached his 700th career game on Saturday, Jan. 7, in the victory over Clemson. Brey is the 35th active Division I head coach to reach the 700-game plateau.

Brey entered the 2016-17 season 30th on the winningest active coaches list and 36th on the active total wins list.

Brey is 12 wins away from the all-time mark at Notre Dame of 394 victories and coached his 550th game at Notre Dame against Miami on Thursday, Jan. 12. He also is approaching the school record for games coached at Notre Dame (567, school record is 590).

DOUBLE-DOUBLE WATCH:

Junior forward Bonzie Colson posted impressive scoring and rebounding numbers this season. His ACC-leading 19 double-doubles are tied for the fourth-most in a single season at Notre Dame during the Mike Brey era (2000-01 - current).

A list of the top single-season double-double totals of the Mike Brey era (minimum of 10):

Name

Season

Season Double-Doubles

Career Double-Doubles

Luke Harangody

2008-09

25

64

Ryan Humphrey

2001-02

22

32

Zach Auguste

2015-16

20

25

Bonzie Colson

2016-17

19

24

Jack Cooley

2012-13

19

32

Luke Harangody

2007-08

19

64

Jack Cooley

2011-12

13

32

Luke Harangody

2009-10

13

64

Troy Murphy

2000-01

13

45

Torin Francis

2002-03

10

30

Ryan Humphrey

2000-01

10

32


VASTURIA = CLUTCH:

Notre Dame’s first four ACC victories in 2016-17 would not have been possible without three clutch plays at the end of each game from Steve Vasturia.

In the ACC opener at Pittsburgh, Vasturia’s two FTs pushed the game to overtime and his three pointer with 2.5 seconds remaining proved to be the game winner in the 78-77 OT victory.

Vasturia would end the Pittsburgh game scoring 10 of Notre Dame’s final 12 points while assisting on the other field goal.

Against No. 9/9 Louisville, Vasturia poured in a career-best 24 points, none more important than his runner in the lane with :19 seconds remaining to put the Irish ahead 73-68 in the eventual 77-70 victory.

In the win over Clemson, Vasturia nailed a corner three-point field goal at the shot clock buzzer off an inbounds play with 1:45 remaining, pushing the Irish ahead 70-68 in an eventual 75-70 victory.

On the road at Miami, Vasturia’s drive to the basket with :08 seconds remaining pushed the Irish ahead 65-62 in an eventual 67-62 victory. Vasturia followed up the clutch score against Miami to score 20 points at Virginia Tech and was named the co-ACC Player of the Week on Monday, Jan. 16.

THE 1,000-POINT CLUB:

The Notre Dame men’s basketball program welcomed three players - seniors Steve Vasturia and V.J. Beachem, along with junior Bonzie Colson -  to the 1,000-point career point club this season.  It marks the first time three players have reached the 1,000-point plateau in the same season since 1991-92.

Vasturia reached the plateau against Northwestern on Nov. 22, 2016, as his 18th point in the game moved him to 1,000 for his career.

Beachem entered the game at Georgia Tech on Jan. 28 needing 10 points to reach 1,000 and eclipsed the mark in the first half, eventually scoring 23 points in McCamish Pavilion.

Colson, the 61st Irish player to reach 1,000 points at Notre Dame, did it in style against No. 14/15 Florida State on Feb. 11, scoring a career-high 33 points with 13 rebounds. His 1,000th and 1,001st points came on a fast break tip in, which also earned him his 16th double-double of the season.

It is the first time since the 1991-92 season that three Irish players have reached 1,000 career points in the same year. LaPhonso Ellis (1,505), Elmer Bennett (1,488) and Daimon Sweet (1,410) all reached the milestone during the 1991-92 season.

A final note for the 1,000-point club. Every Irish player who played in the ACC Championship game against North Carolina in 2015 and the classic NCAA regional final game against No. 1/1 Kentucky has reached at least 1,000 career points in their careers at Notre Dame (Jerian Grant, Pat Connaughton, Demetrius Jackson, Zach Auguste, Steve Vasturia, V.J. Beachem and Bonzie Colson).

VASTURIA AMONG HISTORICAL LEADERS IN GAMES PLAYED AND STARTED:

Senior guard and team tri-captain Steve Vasturia started 117 consecutive games for the Irish. As a freshman guard, Vasturia’s first start came at Maryland on Jan. 15, 2014, but he entered the starting line up permanently on February 16, 2014, playing 30 minutes and scoring seven points in a victory at Boston College. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, native has not left the Irish starting five since that game.

Vasturia ended up third on the Notre Dame list of players to start 100 consecutive games in a career.

Consecutive Games Started at Notre Dame:

Games

Name

Years

1.

128

Chris Thomas

2001-05

2.

120

Pat Connaughton

2011-15

3.

117

Steve Vasturia

2013-17

4.

111

Pat Garrity

1994-98


Vasturia also finished very high on the charts at Notre Dame for most career games played with 137.

GAMES PLAYED AT NOTRE DAME:

1.

139

Pat Connaughton

2011-15

2.

137

Steve Vasturia

2013-17

3.

136

Tory Jackson

2006-10

4.

133

Eric Atkins

2010-14

133

Matt Carroll

1999-2003

6.

132

V.J. Beachem

2013-17

7.

130

Jonathan Peoples

2006-10

130

David Graves

1998-2002


FORMER STANDOUTS RETURN TO THE IRISH BENCH:

For the first time in the Mike Brey era, the Irish head coach was tasked with replacing two assistant coaches in the same season. Long time aides Martin Ingelsby accepted the Delaware head coaching job (the same first-time Division I job Brey assumed in 1995-96) while Anthony Solomon joined the Georgetown coaching staff in the offeseason.

Brey immediately looked to his former players, hiring 2002 Notre Dame graduate and All-American Ryan Humphrey and 2009 stand out shooting guard Ryan Ayers to fill his two coaching vacancies.  Three-time team captain Eric Atkins, a 2014 Notre Dame graduate, then came aboard as the video coordinator.

Joining long time director of basketball operations Harold Swanagan (2002 Notre Dame graduate), Brey’s staff now features four of his former players on the game day bench.

Here is a breakdown of the Irish staff members and their statistics at Notre Dame (Humphrey played his first two seasons at Oklahoma, those numbers are not included here).

G-GS

FG-A

Pct.

3FG-3A

Pct.

FTM-FTA

Reb

Avg

Ast.

Stl.

Blk.

Pts

Avg

Ayers

117-51

257-590

.436

170-401

.424

79-101

284

2.4

106

72

47

763

11.1

Atkins

133-105

480-1149

.418

178-469

.380

283-412

343

2.6

589

249

12

1421

10.7

Humphrey

60-60

397-801

.495

8-21

.381

195-344

597

10.0

121

54

166

997

16.6

Swanagan

127-78

301-529

.569

0-2

.000

182-296

587

4.6

113

72

49

784

6.2

TOTALS

437-294

1435-3069

.468

356-893

.399

739-1153

1811

4.1

929

447

274

3965

9.1


IRISH PICKED SEVENTH IN ACC PRESEASON POLL, FINISH IN A TIE FOR SECOND PLACE:

On Oct. 26, 2016, during Operation Basketball for the ACC (media day) the league announced its preseason poll. The Irish were selected to finish seventh in the conference this season.

Here is a breakdown of Notre Dame’s projection, final position and conference record in its three full years in the ACC.

Year

Preseason Poll

Final Position

Conference Record

2014

5th

13th

6-12

2015

7th

3rd

14-4

2016

4th

6th

11-7

2017

7th

2nd*

12-6


* - Notre Dame finished in a three-way tie for second place with Louisville and Florida State, by virtue of the league tie breaker rules, Notre Dame was the #3 seed in the ACC Championship.

LEGENDS CLASSIC CHAMPIONS:

Notre Dame claimed its first in-season tournament title since 2010 with a 70-66 victory over Northwestern on Tuesday, Nov. 22, in the championship game of the 2016 Legends Classic at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The four victories for the Irish in the tournament (over Bryant, Seattle, Colorado and Northwestern) mark the most the Irish have ever won in an in-season tournament. The trophy was the first in-season award claimed by the Irish since they won three games in 2010 to claim the Old Spice Classic at Disney’s Wide World of Sports. Previous to the 2010 Old Spice victory, Notre Dame’s most recent in-season tournament title came at the Hawaii-Pacific Thanksgiving Classic in 2001.

LEGENDS CLASSIC MVP:

Bridgewater, New Jersey, native Matt Farrell enjoyed his return to the Barclays Center, not far from the area where he played during his prep career, for the Legends Classic semifinal and final victories over Colorado and Northwestern, respectively.

Farrell, whose first two career starts came in Notre Dame’s two NCAA tournament victories over Michigan and Stephen F. Austin in the Barclays Center during March of 2016, played a career-best game in the semifinal over Colorado, scoring 20 points with six assists and three steals.

He followed up that performance with 18 points and six assists against Northwestern in the championship game, including scoring Notre Dame’s final five points in the come-from-behind victory.

With a 19 point-per-game average in the two games at Barclays Center, along with 6.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game, Farrell was the easy choice as the tournament’s most valuable player.


 

 

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