Posted On: 04/18/21 6:46 PM

Day two of the #PHGrindSZNKickOff featured a brand new slate of entertaining games, including another OT matchup early in the day. While there were plenty of outstanding performers from day two, a select few stood out over the rest.

Andrell Burton (2024), Team Buddy Buckets:

Burton was the best player on the court, and he may be the best player in the entire tournament after his performance on Saturday. He has the length (6-foot-4) to play in the post and finish above most defenders but the strength and finesse to play the point guard position. His defense is what makes him so unique, though, with his timing and awareness being his shining attribute. He led Buddy Buckets to a big win over Next Level OK (15U), with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and four steals.

Prince McMillon (2024), KC United:

McMillon is potentially the best two-way player in this
tournament. He's a guy that will drop 20 points on you and wreak havoc on the defensive end with numerous shot-altering plays, outright blocks, and steals. He's a 6-foot-1 guard with an enormous wingspan who can shoot the ball and has the speed to get by virtually any defender that's

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