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Posted On: 08/4/15 7:00 PM
The Oklahoma Servants played well enough to be the last team standing in the NBA Bracket, but they didn’t start out as hot as they finished. The Servants opened up the Prep Hoops Oklahoma State Tournament with a loss in their first pool play game against the Oklahoma Wolfpack. The loss was all the Servants needed to wake up. In the Servants second pool play game they defeated the Tulsa Hawks by 12. The win was big enough to lift the Servants to top seed out of Pool A.
The Servants elevated their game to another level in bracket play behind the deadly combination of 2016 Point Guard KeJuan Frazier and 2017 Guard Callen Haydon. The two worked perfectly together throughout the weekend.
“I think we respect each others game on the court,” Frazier said. “I know I am comfortable with any choices he makes on the court. Also, we are really close outside of basketball.”
The Servants opened bracket play with a blowout victory over Team Oklahoma. The next game was anything, but easy for the Servants. Impact Athletics took the Servants down to the wire behind 2018 standouts Keyshawn Embery, Jalen Redmond, and Trey Hopkins. Frazier came up huge for the Servants hitting several clutch baskets.