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EJ Singler
EJ Singler (pictured above) was voted this week's player of the week - presented by 750 The Game. Singler grew up in Medford, Oregon and attended South Medford High School. Singler played basketball for University of Oregon, and was on the All PAC-10 first team his senior year. Singler now plays for the Vancouver Volcanoes. 

Jordan Railey
Jordan Railey (pictured above) played high school basketball for Beaverton High School, and during his senior season, he led Oregon in blocked shots with 111. Railey played two seasons for Iowa State, before transferring to Washington State University where he finished out his college basketball career. Railey is currently a member of WSU's all time career list for blocked shots. This 7'0" center is now playing in the NBA summer league and making Portland Pro-Am appearances. 

Jamal Crawford
Jamal Crawford (pictured above) grew up in Seattle, WA. During this time, Crawford played in what would eventually become the "Seattle Pro-Am". After high school, Crawford played for the University of Michigan. In 2000, Crawford was drafted to the Chicago Bulls, where he was on the roster for 4 years before joining the New York Nicks in 2004. Crawford also played for the Golden State Warriors and the Atlanta Hawks before signing to the Blazers, where he played one season in Portland. Crawford currently plays for the LA Clippers as a shooting guard / point guard. Crawford currently runs the Jamal Crawford Foundation and is the host of Seattle Pro-Am.


Games this Saturday and Sunday 
at Multnomah University! Click here for more information.

Here are our 5 Stars of the week! These guys all brought their A game for week 2. In order from top left going down: (Mike Holton-Huskies, Justin Steinke- Soldiers, Xavier Alexander- Huskies, Dominic Waters- Team Green, Terrence Jones- Team Takeover) 
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Game Recaps

      Last weekend, Portlnd Pro-Am hosted five games at Multnomah University. Saturday, the Soldiers defeated Next Level, with a 119 - 87 win. The Soldiers were lead by Steffen Harvey, who had 27 points, shooting at 72%. 
     The Vancouver Volcanoes took on Terrence Ross' Huskies on Saturday, with a final score of Volcanoes 129, Huskies 122. EJ Singler lead the Volcanoes in both points and rebounds, scoring 39 and gaining 16 rebounds.
     The final game on Saturday featured Terrence Jones' Team Takeover and AC Green's Team Green. Dominic Waters scored 42 points for Team Green, leading them to a 127 - 125 victory. 
     On Sunday, the Huskies took the court again, this time facing the Soldiers. The Soldiers lost by a two point deficit. Mike Holton scored 35 for the Huskies, and shot 9 for 9 at the free throw line. 
     Terrence Jones suited up for Team Takeover Sunday evening, to take on the Vancouver Volcanoes. The Volcanoes finished the game shooting 47% field goals as a team, leading them to the win with a score of 123 - 104. 
     The Portland Pro-Am will host six games this weekend at Multnomah University. Games begin at 2:00, 4:00 and 6:00 PM on Saturday and 1:00, 3:00 and 5:00 PM on Sunday.
Click here to watch Terrence Jones' interview with Fox 12. 


Summer League Update

     This summer, the Portland Pro-Am has a few players who are showing their talent in the NBA Summer League. Pro-Am player and host of Team Next Level, Mike James, is currently in Las Vegas playing summer league for the Phoenix Suns. So far, James has played in three games for the Suns, averaging 7 points per game, shooting 50% in both field goals and 3 point shots. The Suns are in the quarterfinals of the summer league, and will play the Chicago Bulls on July 18th. James will continue his run with the Suns before returning to Portland to play in the Pro-Am.
     Jordan Railey, who played for the Vancouver Volcanoes last weekend, is also taking part in the NBA Summer League. Railey is a Portland Native, who played for Beaverton High School, and then went on to play for Iowa state and Washington State University. Railey played 3 games for the 76ers in the Utah summer league before returning to Portland.  
     Mike Moser, who also grew up in the Portland area and played for the University of Oregon, is spending some time playing for the Atlanta Hawks in this year's NBA Summer League. This is Moser's second year playing in the summer league, having played for the Boston Celtics in 2014. Moser has only played in one summer league game so far, playing for 13 minutes as a power forward for the Hawks. Moser plays for Pro-Am's Team Green and will return to play for the Portland Pro-Am after summer league draws to an end. 

Click here for summer league updates.

Seattle Pro-Am Opener 

     The Seattle Pro-Am tipped off their first game of the season on July 10th at 10 PM. The Seattle Pro-Am played after the Seattle Storm game, right in Seattle's own KeyArena. The Seattle Pro-Am will run July through August, and regular season games will be played at Seattle Pacific University.
     "I feel like Seattle raised me. I owe Seattle everything." explained Jamal Crawford. "It's always exciting to come back to the Key, not having the Sonics, that was the road trip I looked forward to the most. Coming home in front of your family and friends, and not having that, there's been a void there." said Crawford. 
     The Seattle Pro-Am will feature NBA talent throughout the season, as players, coaches and spectators.

     Click here to visit the Fox interview featuring Jamal Crawford.



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