Live Updates: Summer Jam Day Four

Badger247 is here reporting live from day four of the NY2LA Sports Under Armour Summer Jam.

Williams and Team Loaded have a good chance to take the 16U crown.

The playoffs will tip off today in the 16U and 17U divisions as Wisconsin's commitments and prospects are looking to bring home the championship.

Here's an outlook of where Wisconsin's targets and their teams currently stand.


Illinois Wolves - The Wolves won their pool with a 3-0 record and received a bye in the first round of the Platinum Bracket. Keita Bates-Diop, Amanze Egekeze, and Malek Harris will play the winner of Sports U Team Izod and SYF Players at 4:10 PM. The Wolves defeated Louisville Magic, Ray Allen Select, and Las Vegas Prospects.

Ray Allen Select - Riley LaChance and Ray Allen Select barely got in to the Platinum bracket after going 1-2 in pool play. RAS defeated Las Vegas Prospects, but fell to the Illinois Wolves and Louisville Magic. RAS will face Atlanta Xpress today at 11:30 AM.

Team Loaded - Jonathan Williams and Team Loaded rolled through pool play with a 3-0 record. Team Loaded will get the winner of the Wisconsin Swing and the Young Legends at 5:20 PM. Team Loaded is arguably the favorite in the 16U division.

Quad City Elite - After reaching the semifinals last weekend, Quad City Elite failed to make the Platinum Bracket this weekend. Ethan Happ and Quad City won't play until tomorrow, where they'll face the winner of CMAS and Kansas Pray and Play.


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Team Loaded - R.J. Curington and Team Loaded won their pool and will face SYF Players in the first round of the Platinum Bracket at 10:20 AM. Currington has played very well this tournament alongside Townson commit Frank Mason.

Milwaukee Rebels - The Milwaukee Rebels have been very impressive this week, nearly going undefeated in their pool, but picking up two big wins over Texas Select and Baltimore's Finest. Kevon Looney has played extremely well and will hope to keep his momentum going against Las Vegas Prospects at 11:30 AM.

Team Nebraska Express - Akoy Agau and Team Nebraska have looked great at times, but have been sloppy at times as well. They'll get a tough first round match up with the Utah Reign as Agau will match up with BYU commit Eric Mika, who's had a great tournament. Tip time is set for 11:30 AM.

Wisconsin Swing - The Wisconsin Swing should have gone 3-0 in pool play, but lost a late lead to Sports U Team Izod in their first game. Still the Swing won back-to-back games against tough opponents in the Atlanta Xpress and Urban DFW. Another tough match up awaits for Bronson Koenig and the Swing as they'll get the Juice-All Stars, who feature 2014 star point guard Isaiah Whitehead at 11:30 AM.

Net Gain - Like the Swing, Net Gain should also be 3-0, but lost a big second half lead to Team Rose. Rashad Vaughn and Riley Dearring have been exceptional throughout the tournament and should cruise to a victory against the I Can All-Stars at 3:00 PM.

[b]KC Run GMC[b] - Dominique Collier and KC Run GMC have had an up and down tournament. Collier has run the show well and provided some good scoring as well. They'll face We R 1 at 1:50 PM.

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