In the team’s second weekend playing together, Urban ASAK won two of four games at the DFW GASO Tip Off against some stiff competition.
Jamal Shead established himself as a high-major Division I prospect with a breakout performance against Drive Nation, going for 19 points against the state’s top prospect, Tyrese Maxey.
Saw a big time prospect today at the GASO kickoff…6’1 G Jamal Shead (Manor HS ’20) of @UrbanASAK had a game-high 19pts vs Drive Nation. Good handle, can score at all 3 levels, and plays with good pace. Competes on both ends. #RecuitableProspect pic.twitter.com/tyyRLs0Xlx
— Jabari Johnson (@coachjabari) April 7, 2018
Shead and McBride proved they’re one of the most dangerous backcourts in the state, consistently scoring and assisting to one another.
.@UrbanASAK Jamal Shead shows his ability to share the ball with @dariusmcbride24 who slices between defenders for the finish @TexasHoopsGASO pic.twitter.com/gWZ1OKJDwo
— Derek Taylor (@GASObrackets) April 7, 2018
These are the final scores from the team’s performance in Duncanville:
Urban ASAK 62, Drive Nation 71
Urban ASAK 60, Lone Star Elite 49
Urban ASAK 76, Centex Lockdown Elite 55
Urban ASAK 45, Team Faith 64