Posted On: 12/26/20 6:34 PM

After an action-packed three-game morning slate for Lucky City Pt. 3 in Huntington, NY, Lucky City moves on to the afternoon slate, featuring some of the best athletes from the Lower Hudson Valley, who’s season still is on hold, to grassroots teams from the city, where it looks like there may not even be a season. Here, we take a closer look at some players who caught out eye on the second set of games.

Jayson McgheeJaysonMcghee6'1" | SGNew Rochelle | 2021StateNY | New Rochelle

Jayson McgheeJaysonMcghee6'1" | SGNew Rochelle | 2021StateNY made his case for MVP of the event as he tallied 35 points. McGhee was creating offense seemingly out of nowhere, sometimes scoring at will from everywhere. McGhee’s powerful dribble and smart finish brought him many pairs, as well as a total of 16 free throw shots. McGhee would keep defenders on their toes through his relentless passing attack, tallying 8 assists for him, as well as his perimeter threat, giving him 5 makes.

Randy CrosbyRandyCrosby6'1" | SGWheels | 2021StateNY | Real Deal

With McGhee on one end, the Real Deal needed someone to step up and match him, and Randy CrosbyRandyCrosby6'1" | SGWheels | 2021StateNY took that role. While the Real Deal very much had a team

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