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Peach Jam Tuesday: MoKan and Brad Beal battle, Jalil Bethea goes off, Qayden Samuels emerges & more


The Team Final three-headed backcourt monster of , Ahmad Nowell, and came up big in a victory over the New Heights Lightning. Nowell was physical and tough while handing out nine assists but it was Bethea and Wright who stole the show. A smooth scoring recruit who recently rose into the national top 25, Bethea backed up the hype. (247 Sports)

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Peach Jam Tuesday: MoKan and Brad Beal battle, Jalil Bethea goes off, Qayden Samuels emerges & more


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