Isaiah Whitehead ‘showing off’ for hometown Brooklyn — Cuse Clicks

No one represented the borough better than Lincoln star Isaiah Whitehead, who is ranked No. 12 in the country by The lone true New York City player in the game poured in a game-high 26 points, including four 3-pointers to lead Team Coney Island to a 114–109 win. Whitehead had eight straight points in the first half and provided one of the moves of the game after the break. He spun past Southern Methodist University commit Emmanuel Mudiay for a basket and the foul to bring the local crowd to its feet. “I just wanted to show off,” he said. “This is my hometown. I just wanted to show them what Brooklyn basketball is all about.”

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