Terrence Samuel To Play For “Mayor’s Cup” in Manhattan on Friday

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Terrence Samuel, who will be coming to UConn next season, will have another chance to showcase his talents in the New York City Mayor’s Cup All-Star Game this Friday at Baruch College in Manhattan.

Samuel, the guard from South Shore in Brooklyn, will be taking part in a game that matches the best players from the city’s Public School Athletic League, including South Shore, against the best from the Catholic High School Athletic Association. There will be a girls game at 5 p.m., a boys game at 7 p.m. Should be some great HS basketball. Baruch’s gym is easy to  get to, at Lexington at 25th, a short walk from Grand Central. Here’s more info.

Samuel and Kentan Facey, from Long Island Lutheran, will both play in the Jordan Brand Regional Game at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn on April 13, a game that brings together the best of New York/New Jersey area players.

 

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