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NIBC Day Two Top Performers: Mark Mitchell, Dillon Mitchell, Aden Holloway, and more


Day two of the NIBC featured a pair of blowouts by Montverde and IMG, but there was still plenty of good basketball being played in La Porte, Indiana. While it was the and Scotty Middleton show on day one of the NIBC for Sunrise Christian (KS), a new top performer emerged on day two: . The Duke commit is best as a slasher. (On3.com)

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NIBC Day Two Top Performers: Mark Mitchell, Dillon Mitchell, Aden Holloway, and more


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