Iowa State's Tyrus McGee led Patch.com with 31 points Wednesday and Georges Niang added 29 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to give Patch.com a 128-122 victory over Capital Orthopeadics.
With the win, Patch finished the regular season at 7-1 and became the No. 1 seed heading into Friday's playoffs. Patch's only loss came when some guy named Royce White played for the team in a guest appearance against Craig Brackins, who returned to the league to play for ADIO Chiropractic.
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McGee went 11 for 18 overall Wednesday, and 6 of 8 from behind the three-point line. While he hasn't poured in the same ridiculous number of points as the Walnut Creek YMCA's Will Clyburn, he has been a steady and energetic force on the court throughout the summer league.
Percy Gibson led scorers for Capital with 29 and Austin McBeth had 22.
In other games, ADIO defeated the Walnut Creek Y, 126-117, on the strength of Chris Babb's 33 points, Drake freshman Joey King's 28 and Nareth Long's 25.
Clyburn did not play Wednesday for Walnut Creek, led by Aaron Law's 42 points and Tyler Ellerman's 37.
Peak Performance defeated Coca-Cola, 111-95. Bubu Palo had 22 for Peak and Melvin Ejim led Coca-Cola with 28.
Final Regular-Season Standings
Capital Orthopaedics 5-3
ADIO Chiropractic 4-4
Peak Performance 4-4
Walnut Creek YMCA 2-6
2. Capital Ortho.
3. Peak Performance
6. Coca- Cola
Friday's Game Schedule (Valley High School, West Des Moines):
5:30 Peak vs. Coca-Cola
6:45 ADIO vs YMCA
1 and 2 seeds have bye.
Final games are Sunday, starting at 4:30 and move back to Valley Southwoods High School in West Des Moines.