Savage was obviously still hurting, shying away from contact and was only effective in spurts. He must've turned the ball over ten times while he was playing the point. He showed his speed and creativity only a couple of times in the first three quarters, but came alive a bit at the end and increased his scoring total with a few nice and-ones.
EHS won by about a dozen points as Landon didn't have an answer for Adala Moto (who is too small to do the same in the ACC). McDonald dominated for three quarters running the point, scoring, rebounding and leading his team. He went ice cold in the last quarter (I think he came out 30 seconds for the whole game) and EHS pulled away.
Other notes on McDonald: Played point with his head up at all times and barking orders to the rest of the team. No Shawnta Rodgers, but most certainly a Carl Elliott (<-- Hyperbole discount please). Offensive game was a mix of mid-range jumpers, layups and a couple of long bombs, although I got the impression his strength is in the mid-range. Played the Omar Williams Zone Buster Special spot very effectively when EHS went into a 2-3 by sitting at the FT line and distributing the ball to the perimeter.
PS - The refs made the Kenner refs look like all-stars.