Reebok Breakout Challenge Day 1 recap 

July, 12, 2012
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PHILADELPHIA -- The Reebok Breakout Challenge’s claim to summer fame is that the event was the launching pad for John Wall. Well, there isn’t going to be a Wall sequel, but this may in fact be the deepest pool of talent Reebok has hosted. The Harrison twins, Aaron and Andrew, are the unofficial party hosts here, and from the opening tip it was game on.

It took exactly half of one quarter for shooting guard Aaron Harrison (Fort Bend, Texas/Travis) to figure out the rim at Philadelphia University. How about 6-for-7 from 3-point range in the first half? Yikes. With SMU’s Larry Brown, Maryland’s Mark Turgeon, Villanova’s Jay Wright and Baylor’s Scott Drew, plus an assistant from Kentucky, looking on, he torched his first opponent for an unofficial 31 points that were officially scintillating.

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Dave Telep/ESPN.comTony Trocha played well at the Reebok Breakout Challenge, but it would have been very difficult to live up to the hype.
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