GARDEN GROVE, CA — Dream Vision AAU participated in the Magic Memorial Festival in Garden Grove, CA from May 26-28.
The Dream Vision 16U and 17U squads both competed in the 17U Elite division in the tournament.
Dream Vision 17U went 2-1 in pool play, defeating the SD Warriors and blowing out the Chino Mavericks. They fell in a close contest to Paul George Elite.
Recent Georgetown commit Stephen Domingo shot the ball well. He also showed off an improved mid-range game. That new dimension makes him even more difficult to guard.
After winning their first game in bracket play, Dream Vision 17U lost to Gamepoint 17U in a controversial finish. They struggled to crack Gamepoint 17U’s matchup zone.
Isaac Hamilton scored the ball well throughout the weekend and played point guard more than he usually does. He played well at the point, finding teammates cutting to the basket for open looks while also attacking the rim.
Anthony January played for Dream Vision 17U and gave the squad a much-needed inside presence with Stephen Zimmerman unavailable for the weekend. January had some strong dunks and blocks around the basket.
Dream Vision 16U also went 2-1 in pool play in the 17U Elite division, beating the Cali Rebels 42-40 and Buckets Academy 64-60. In between those games, they dropped a contest to the LA Rockfish team.
Dream Vision 16U won their first bracket play game against the LA Rockfish Silver 49-39.
Malcolm Davis and Devin Burleson stood out in the paint for Dream Vision 16U.
Davis rebounded the ball well and scored via his face-up game. Burleson, despite an injured ankle, also played well on the boards and offered strong, physical defense.
Dream Vision lost their second bracket play game to The Magic, who went undefeated in bracket play. They declined to play their championship matchup with their sister team.
The Dream Vision 12U and 13U teams won their divisions in the tournament.