Fresh off a 22-point, 6 boards and four steals performance in this past weekend’s Elite 24 Game in Brooklyn, Hamidou Diallo continued turning heads this week in New York, this time at the historic Kingdome court in Harlem on Tuesday night, where Nike put together an exhibition game featuring some of the top junior and senior recruits in the tri-state area. Diallo, a 6-4 shooting guard from Queens who attends Putnam Science Academy in Connecticut, scored 47 points and seemingly checked himself out of the game with a few minutes left, showing some mercy after the all-out destroying his opponents (could’ve easily went for 50+ though!). Check out all his buckets from last night above.
Top-10 2017 Recruit Hamidou Diallo Scores 47 Points in Exhibition Game
The Queens native goes off at the historic Kingdome court in NYC.
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