The 2014 South Carolina Pro-Am continued Thursday night at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, with several current and future University of South Carolina players in action.
In the night's first action, Michael Carrera put on a show, going toe-to-toe with former Clemson player Milton Jennings. The two were in each other's face - and ear - the whole night, with Carrera's team coming out the victor as he scored 20 points with eight rebounds and four blocks while teammate Brian Steele had seven points to go with seven boards.
Stroman stood out in a big way, scoring 13 points by halftime en route to 25 for the night to go with seven assists and six rebounds. For their part, both Kacinas and McKie had a quiet seven points each.
In the last game of the night, Duane Notice caught fire, blistering through defenses and using his spot-up and penetrating game to score 27 points to go with five assists while teammate Laimonas Chatkevicius has six points and six rebounds.
Play resumes Sunday with a full slate of games beginning at 2 p.m.