Will Clyburn scored 48 points Wednesday in the YMCA Capital City Basketball League, following up a highlight-reel performance Sunday when he broke the league record with 63 points.
For the math-impaired among us, that's 111 points in two games.
And those who think there's not much defense played in these games couldn't have been there Wednesday. While the league's defense has never been exactly the intensity found on Final Four floors, Wednesday's defenses were as tight as they have been all year in the summer league.
Clyburn scored a ton anyway, leading the Walnut Creek YMCA over Peak Performance, 139-123. He went 16 of 26, including 3 of 6 from behind the three-point line and 11 of 16 from the free throw line.
Bubu Palo led Peak with 38 points, and Kori Lucious had 37.
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Clyburn's scoring is no surprise these days, which left many onlookers more curious about another league game on Wednesday. How would freshman Kerwin Okoro do in his first game for Patch.com in the summer league?
Answer: Not great.
Okoro scored 11, going 4 of 16, and only 1 of 7 from three-point range.
For Patch.com, Georges Niang and Tyrus McGee led the way, with 29 and 28 points, respectively.
The team led by 13 at the half, but Coca-Cola had a chance to win before faltering near the end, and Patch.com went to 3-1 with a 111-104 victory.
In other action, Capital Orthopaedics defeated ADIO Chiropractic, 123-108.
Drake Freshman Joey King had 24 for ADIO and Nazareth Long had 22.
For Capital, Drake's Gary Ricks Jr. led scorers with 41, Lehigh (and Urbandale and Johnston's) Gabe Knutson had 25, and Percy Gibson had 22.
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