Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Henry Ellenson
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Henry Ellenson goes up for two points.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Diamond Stone
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Diamond Stone goes up for two.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Malik Newman
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Three-time Mississippi state champion Malik Newman grabs the board.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

MU17 vs. Qatar
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The USA U17 and Qatar U18 teams got together for a picture prior to the scrimmage.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

MU17 scrimmage vs. Qatar.
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Devearl Ramsey looks to pass to a teammate.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Team Huddle
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The USA huddles up during a time out.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Diamond Stone sets a screen for Malik Newman.
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Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Tyus Battle
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Caleb Swanigan (77) gets ready to set a screen for Tyus Battle (36).

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Caleb Swanigan
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Caleb Swanigan, who is playing on his first USA Basketball team this summer, is a force inside.

Mwn's U17 National Team Scrimmage vs. Qatar

Josh Jackson
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Josh Jackson starts to drive to the basket.

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