Posted On: 01/17/20 1:52 AM

Other than Edmond Memorial, Midwest City had the most stacked roster in the Bishop McGuinness Classic. It was only fitting that they made it to the championship game.

What made Midwest City better than most of the teams in the tournament was their stacked roster. On Friday, they legitimately had three guys that could be the number one guy on any other team not named Memorial in the tournament.

Christian Cook, Makale Smith, and Kevin Overton were those three players.

Cook has the aura of a team leader while being very calm, cool and collective. He scored 17 effortless points and by effortless, I mean by appearance. He played hard, but he has that Paul George-like swagger about him where he does a lot of damage on both ends of the floor while making it look easy.

Makale Smith was the most impressive to me because of the grit that he plays with. The junior guard does a little bit of everything. In addition to scoring a team-high 21 points on Friday, Smith was the outright defensive anchor and hustle guy for the Bombers. He's truly one of the most entertaining players in the state of Oklahoma regardless

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