Drew Views: Week 3

Week 3 at the Drew League was highlighted by several notable performances, but the ultimate show was put on by Home Town Favorites forward Dorell Wright. Wright stood out in his 2017 debut in Week 2, but he took it up yet another level by dropping a Drew League record 25 points in the 1st quarter against Redemption. King Tut finished with 42 points in all, a 2017 league season-high, and that earned Wright Player of the Week honors:

The Week 2 Player of the Week, Daniel Hamilton of FootPrint, teamed up with his brother Isaac Hamilton in Week 3 vs. New Image. Like Home Town Favorites, FootPrint struggled mightily in Week 1, losing by more than 30 points. Daniel’s arrival boosted FootPrint just like Wright’s arrival boosted Home Town Favorites. But it’s been Isaac who has led the team in scoring, with 30 points in Week 2 and 41 points in Week 3:

N.W.A. is back in the Drew, and former Hard Times guard Jordin Mayes made his 2017 season debut for them vs. Reapers. Mayes was aggressive early with a dozen free throw attempts in the first half, and he led N.W.A. with 31 points and four threes as N.W.A. improved to 2-2: