Team USA votes Jaren Jackson Jr. as best player in FIBA World Cup training camp

Team USA votes Jaren Jackson Jr. as best player in FIBA World Cup training camp

LAS VEGAS – It was a campaign of action, not words. There were a number of worthy candidates who made their case as the top member of Team USA over four days on the campus of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, but the end result was a landslide.
By a vote of his peers, Jaren Jackson Jr. was selected the “best,” or “most impressive” or “stand out” player of the now-completed FIBA training camp, according to an informal poll by The Athletic of the entire Team USA roster, Jackson included.
“Jaren, particularly (Saturday), his energy and the way he went to the glass and went to…


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