INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Led by 17 points from 2012 Indianapolis Star Indiana Mr. Basketball Gary Harris, the Indiana All-Stars completed a sweep of the Kentucky All-Stars, 83-73, on Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The Kentucky All-Stars held a 41-40 lead at halftime, and led early in the second half, but a 30-5 second half run pushed the Indiana All-Stars to their ninth straight win in the series.
IU signee Ron Patterson was one of three Indiana All-Stars in double figures with 14 points in 20 minutes. The Broad Ripple product also had four rebounds.
Ferrell, the runner-up in Mr. Basketball voting, had six points, four assists, two steals and two rebounds in 23 minutes and Hollowell chipped in nine points, nine rebounds, three assists, two blocks and two steals in 16 minutes.
Watch and listen to the Indiana All-Stars postgame press conference and comments from Hollowell in the embedded media players below:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Coach Craig Teagle, Mr. Basketball Gary Harris and Yogi Ferrell met with the media following the Indiana All-Stars’ 90-85 win over Kentucky on Friday night at Freedom Hall and Inside the Hall also caught up with Jeremy Hollowell for his reaction.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Indiana All-Stars entered Friday night’s meeting with the Kentucky All-Stars at Freedom Hall as heavy favorites.
The 13-man Indiana roster features 13 Division I signees, nine of which will attend high-major programs.
The 12-man Kentucky roster, by comparison, has just four Division I signees.
But for most of the second half, the talent discrepancy didn’t seem to matter as Kentucky led for several possessions in the final ten minutes.
And just as the Kentucky All-Stars seemed poised to take a lead after R.J. Hunter missed a pair of free throws with 24.7 seconds remaining, Yogi Ferrell made a play.
With his team clinging to an 86-85 lead, Ferrell intercepted a pass from Kentucky’s Adam Wing which led to a transition dunk by Glenn Robinson III to give the Indiana All-Stars an 88-85 cushion.
“I forget who else was down there, but they came up to the ball, so I knew he was going to pass that down. He had no other option,” Ferrell said Wing’s pass that he was able to intercept. “I just ran down the floor as quick as I could. I figured he’d pass it and I just stole it.”
Kentucky could only manage an off balance 3-point attempt from Alan Stenzel in the final seconds and two subsequent free throws by Hunter with 1.3 seconds left sealed a 90-85 win for Indiana.
Mr. Basketball Gary Harris paced four players in double figures for the Indiana All-Stars with 20 points.
Ferrell finished with 10 points, six assists, five rebounds and two steals. Ron Patterson added nine points, three rebounds, two assists and a block and Jeremy Hollowell had two points and six rebounds.
With a narrow win in Kentucky’s home court under their belt, Ferrell said he and his teammates must defend better on Saturday night when the series shifts to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Jeremy Hollowell and the Indiana Senior All-Stars got the better of Collin Hartman and the Indiana Junior All-Stars on Monday night at Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium at Seymour High School. The Seniors led 63-44 at halftime and held off a second half run from the Juniors to prevail 104-97. Hollowell finished with five points, four rebounds and four assists and Hartman had five points and two assists.
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SEYMOUR, Ind. — It wasn’t easy, but the Indiana All-Stars got the job done on Monday night at Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium.
After leading the Junior All-Stars 63-44 at halftime, the Senior All-Stars weathered a second half run and won the first of two exhibition games, 104-97.
Michigan signee Glenn Robinson led all scorers with 21 points and Michigan commit Zak Irvin led the Juniors with 20 points.
Ron Patterson led a trio of IU signees on the Senior All-Stars with 14 points (6-of-9 shooting), four rebounds, three assists and two steals. Yogi Ferrell, runner-up for Mr. Basketball, added 11 points (5-of-11 shooting) and seven rebounds and Jeremy Hollowell chipped in five points (1-of-7 shooting), four rebounds and four assists.
For the Juniors, IU commit Devin Davis had a double-double with 14 points (6-of-14 shooting) and 13 rebounds and Collin Hartman had five points (2-of-8 shooting) and two steals.
Inside the Hall caught up with Ferrell, Hollowell and Patterson for postgame reaction:
On April 1st, Indiana incoming freshmen Hanner Mosquera-Perea and Jeremy Hollowell participated in the ESPNHS All-American Championship. Their North squad fell to the South, 86-85. Perea tallied eight points in the game, while Hollowell scored 10.