TBT 2018 All-Tournament Team


By: TBT Staff @thetournament


With Overseas Elite winning its fourth-straight TBT title, it is time to unveil the official TBT 2018 All-Tournament Team.

D.J. KENNEDY, OVERSEAS ELITE (MVP)

Kennedy was the force that consistently drove Overseas Elite through its six-game run to the TBT title. Kennedy scored in double figures in all six wins for the four-time champions, averaging 14.3 points per game and 9.0 rebounds per game. The former St. John’s standout shot 61 percent in the tournament and earned his first TBT MVP honors.

ERRICK McCOLLUM, OVERSEAS ELITE

McCollum was a key cog in the Overseas Elite train averaging 12.8 points per game to go along with 2.8 assists per game. McCollum tallied 24 points in Overseas Elite’s one-point victory over Louisiana United in the Super 16, and scored 14 more in the championship game victory over Eberlein Drive.

JEROME RANDLE, EBERLEIN DRIVE

The former Pac 10 Player of the Year shined in all six games in Eberlein Drive’s magical run to the TBT championship game. Randle scored in double figures in all six games, highlighted by a 34-point outburst in Eberlein Drive’s Super 16 victory over Gael Force. Randle followed his 34-point game with a 29-point performance in Eberlein Drive’s quarterfinal victory over #1 seed Team Challenge ALS. He averaged 21.7 points per game to go along with 3.8 assists per game.

JIMMER FREDETTE, TEAM FREDETTE

In five games in TBT, Fredette led the tournament averaging 31.0 points per game. The 2011 Naismith Award winner notched a TBT-high 41 points in Team Fredette’s Super 16 victory over Fort Wayne Champs. Fredette shot 53 percent in the five games, including 43 percent from beyond the arc to lead his team to the TBT semifinals. Fredette tallied five assists per game along with 4.8 rebounds per game.

JAMIL WILSON, GOLDEN EAGLES

Wilson led the Marquette alumni squad with 18.0 points per game and knocked down a TBT-high 25 three-point field goals in the Golden Eagles’ run to the semifinals. In the Super 16, Wilson broke a 66-66 tie vs. Talladega Knights with seven straight points during the Elam Ending to advance the Golden Eagles to the quarterfinals. The former Los Angeles Clipper made 14 of his 25 threes in the opening two rounds in the Big East Pod.

GM: MATT MITCHELL & JACOB HIRSCHMANN, EBERLEIN DRIVE

Mitchell and Hirschmann transformed Eberlein Drive from the “worst team” in TBT 2014 to a runner-up finish in 2018. The duo recruited top talents from across the world and came within one quarter of winning the $2 million prize. Eberlein Drive proved throughout the tournament they were under-seeded as a #7 seed, and quickly became the surprise of TBT 2018.

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