'Cuse Targets at Minneapolis EYBL

Day one of the EYBL in Minneapolis is in the books. Take a look inside to see how Syracuse commits and targets performed.

The EYBL in Minneapolis completed day one of action on Saturday. Several Syracuse targets were there to compete against the best high school basketball talent in the country.

Malachi Richardson: Richardson struggled in his first game, but turned it on in the second contest pouring in 30 points including 3-5 shooting from beyond the arc. On the day, he averaged 20.5 points while shooting 37% from the floor and 50% from downtown. He averaged five rebounds, three assists and nearly two steals per game.

Tyler Lydon: Lydon hit the boards hard and was solid defensively. He averaged 8 points on 41% shooting along with 6.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists, one steal and two blocks per game.

Moustapha Diagne: Diagne hit 63% of his shot attempts while averaging 12 points, 13 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 2.5 blocks per game. His second game was the most impressive, finishing with 16 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks.

Tyus Battle: Battle struggled shooting the ball in day one. He only shot 36% from the floor including 33% from three-point range. He averaged six points, four rebounds and did not have an assist.

Jamal Murray: Murray displayed an all-around game for Canada's CIA Bounce. He averaged 11.5 points, six rebounds and six assists while shooting 40% from the floor.

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