KOBE Paras posted impressive numbers at the end of the Adidas Uprising All-American Camp on Friday (Saturday, Manila time) in New York.
In five games he played, the incoming UCLA Bruins freshman averaged 11.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.0 steals as he competed and trained along with 100 of the top high school prospects in the United States.
The son of basketball great Benjie Paras capped off his campaign in the camp by finishing with 11 points, four rebounds, five assists, and two steals in Team Teague’s 80-72 win over Team Rose also on Friday.
His best output came last Thursday (Friday, Manila time) where he had 18 points, three rebounds, two assists, and a block against Team Barnes.
Against Team Wall on Wednesday (Thursday, Manila time), Paras finished with 15 points, three rebounds, an assist, and a steal.
Aside from playing games, camp activities also include three days of coaching sessions with trainers, and former collegiate and NBA players.
Paras also got a chance to watch the Adidas Uprising Showcase at the famed Rucker Park.