Minnesota teams are off to 4-1 start in Vegas

Kevin Noreen scores 17 in adidas Super 64 win

Minnesota Pump N Run opened play in the adidas Super 64 with a 55-51 win over Urban DFW Elite (from Dallas, Texas). The other Minnesota teams are off to a 3-1 start in Las Vegas. The Minnesota coaches are also watching some of the top national talent, including Cory Joseph, brother of Gopher sophomore Devoe, who had 35 points Grassroots Canada's opening win.

Minnesota Pump N Run were led by Carlos Emory with 18 points and Kevin Noreen had 17 in their opening round win over Urban DFW Elite. They will face Kc Pump N Run tonight at 7:40, looking for revnege for a one-point loss in the Jayhawk Invitational after leading by ten in the second half.

Net Gain won their first contest 74-52 over 2D1 Basketball Academy.

The Minnesota Comets-Hanson bested the Kansas City Matrix 94-84.

Minnesota Comets- Seevers lost their opener to TMP 82-56.

43 Hoops-Harris edged 1 Tough School of Basketball 53-51 in their first contest.

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