Let me first apologize for my inaccurate report that the gym was not air conditioned. It certainly is, and was quite comfortable. I was only able to stay for the Hoop Magic game. Unfortunately, about 13 players were suited up, so playing time was limited. I don't believe that either Kopriva or Savage played at all in the first half...if they did, it was very briefly. Kopriva looked far more aggresive on the offensive end than last season, and I am able to see the improvement in the game. Savage looks like a player, very active and energetic. Look for him to do some decent rebounding from the guard position. His few shots weren't dropping, and he did miss some FTs, but he looks like a player who wants the ball and looks like he can play at this level. McDonald played in both halfs, and I can recall him only taking maybe 2 or 3 shots, hitting a 3. The reports that he is a pass first point guard appear to be accurate. However, of the 2 guards, it would seem like Savage is further along in terms of being able to provide immediate assistance. Paris played very few minutes (maybe 5-7) and I was not able to get any read on him. However, the player to get excited about was definitely Larsen. He looks well coached and developed, with soft hands and a nice touch. Definitely a low post, back to the basket type center, who was the best center in the game. To me, he looked better than Ge**etown center Moses Ayegba, a 250 pound ":bull in the china shop" center who was the starter. If you are going to the game, note that Larsen is #50, Savage #10, McDonald #20, Paris #30 and Kopriva #40. One of the players on the other team was Boo Jackson, a very nice looking forward from future GW opponant Manhattan. In response to GW Fan, I don't believe Mikic was playing in that next game, with Kromah. Although I left before that game started, I chatted briefly with Mikic just prior to the start of that game, and he said he was playing in a later game (like 3:30 or so). I also saw Pellom sitting in the bleachers (with Bynes) but did not ask him why he was not playing this summer.