adidas Nations: All-USA final

GARDEN CITY, Calif.- It will be an all USA finals at adidas Nations with the two 2014 teams squaring off Monday night for the championship. Stanley Johnson had another terrific game for the Red in the semifinals.

Johnson is the top wing prospect in 2014.

USA14Red 96, USA15Red 71

Stanley Johnson has just been an unstoppable force from the wing this summer. Athletic and physical, Johnson scored 18 points and grabbed six rebounds. Along with his scoring and rebounding, he dished out three assists and has been an impressive passer throughout the camp.

Jahlil Okafor and Kevon Looney controlled the boards with 11 rebounds each to go along with 12 points each. Both were efficient from the field, but Okafor only hit two of his 12 free throw attempts.

Justice Winslow put together another strong game with 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists while point guard and Louisville commitment Jaquan Lyle handed out five assists.

Sharp shooter Trevon Bluiett continued his hot shooting, scoring 12 points, and Craig Victor also hit double digits with 10 points.

USA14Blue 78, Africa 61

With an efficient 7-9 shooting from the field and 5-6 shooting from the line, Trey Lyles lead the USA14Blue in scoring. Although not as long as the African low post players, Lyles used his strength advantage to his benefit. Lyles also grabbed six rebounds.

Both UConn commitment Daniel Hamilton and Myles Turner had poor shooting performances, but they each grabbed eight rebounds to lead the USA14Blue

D'Angelo Russell, who is headed to Ohio State, continued his strong scoring at the camp with a 17 point performance.

Reliable big man Reid Travis put up a solid line with 11 points and six rebounds.

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