Indiana Elite advances to Final Four of adidas Super 64

After losing all three super pool games, Indiana Elite Team Indiana has regrouped in Las Vegas to win four straight tournament games and advance to the final four of the adidas Super 64.

Elite won three games on Monday, including a 76-65 victory over Connecticut Basketball Club which is led by five-star center Andre Drummond. That win put Indiana Elite into a noon ET meeting today with Dream Vision, which beat Elite 80-65 in an earlier super pool game and also 80-73 in a super pool meeting at the adidas Invitational. Dream Vision is led by Shabazz Muhammad, the No. 1 player in the country.

If Elite can avenge both losses to Dream Vision and advance to the championship game of the Super 64, Indiana fans can watch the championship game live tonight at 8PM ET on the CBS College Sports Network.

Update: Indiana Elite fell 67-56 to Dream Vision. Jeremy Hollowell had 16 points, Yogi Ferrell added 15 and Hanner Perea finished with 12 according to NetScouts Basketball.

The Eric Gordon All-Stars team that features Devin Davis Jr. and Collin Hartman, who is out with a back injury, also advanced to the Super 64 semifinals in the 16-and-under bracket and will play at 1:40 ET today against NC Xpress Elite.

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  • Anonymous

    This is more like it! I hope they win this thing!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Maybe we need to get DSR.  He played with them in this tourney.  Seems like a good player, not sure about where his head is though.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe we need to get DSR.  He played with them in this tourney.  Seems like a good player, not sure about where his head is though.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe we need to get DSR.  He played with them in this tourney.  Seems like a good player, not sure about where his head is though.

  • Steve

    I would even skip tonights episode of deadliest catch to watch them play.. Hopefully IE will make it.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KCZUX4SBFXXM2GEHVKTVKOIYTY Aaron

    What inspired him to play with them?
    How much PT is he getting?

  • Anonymous

    Can we get more detail later?

  • Anonymous

    Can we get more detail later?

  • Anonymous

    Can we get more detail later?

  • Anonymous

    Def gonna order the channel from TWC for the day if they advance.

  • Anonymous

    Def gonna order the channel from TWC for the day if they advance.

  • Anonymous

    Def gonna order the channel from TWC for the day if they advance.

  • Bleeding Crimson

    I’m not sure when Yard Crashers are on but I would skip that as well…as a matter of fact I can’t think of any show that wouldn’t be skipped except for Beyonce’ performing naked. BC

  • Bleeding Crimson

    I’m not sure when Yard Crashers are on but I would skip that as well…as a matter of fact I can’t think of any show that wouldn’t be skipped except for Beyonce’ performing naked. BC

  • http://www.insidethehall.com/ Alex Bozich

    Elite fell by 11 to Dream Vision in the semi’s.

  • base

    #1 Shabazz has dominated us three times this season. We could have used you Buss. 

  • HoosierSmitty

    Pretty good run, though, after a questionable string of defeats…

  • Anonymous

    I wouldn’t worry about wins and losses in AAU much, it isn’t about winning.  It’s about improving and gaining exposure to coaches (and thus scholarship offers).  Winning is secondary.

    This is the time when they SHOULD be trying different team roles and working on weaknesses. If you can’t go left, for example, now’s the time to practice in game situations.  If you need to work on ball handling then go to a team where you can play/share PG responsibilities. 

    And it’s not a bad things for guys like the IU-recruits to defer to a kid like Eron Harris who wasn’t getting much attention until recently.  They’ve already accepted offers, some of these other kids are still trying to get schools to promise a paid education. 
     

  • Anonymous

    Too bad to hear about the loss.  I bet they really wanted it.  I didn’t realize how many games they played in a summer; though they love basketball they are probably ready for a break.

  • Anonymous

    Too bad to hear about the loss.  I bet they really wanted it.  I didn’t realize how many games they played in a summer; though they love basketball they are probably ready for a break.

  • Anonymous

    Too bad to hear about the loss.  I bet they really wanted it.  I didn’t realize how many games they played in a summer; though they love basketball they are probably ready for a break.

  • Gustin

    I read somewhere (believe it was on HN) that each of our three pool loses where to teams that won their pool; if so, they were not “bad” loses.

  • Gustin

    I read somewhere (believe it was on HN) that each of our three pool loses where to teams that won their pool; if so, they were not “bad” loses.

  • Gustin

    I read somewhere (believe it was on HN) that each of our three pool loses where to teams that won their pool; if so, they were not “bad” loses.

  • Gustin

    I read somewhere (believe it was on HN) that each of our three pool loses where to teams that won their pool; if so, they were not “bad” loses.

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