Damion James joined Kevin Durant, his good friend from UT, at Chris Paul's benefit game in Winston-Salem, NC, Saturday night and in limited minutes, the Nets second year player reportedly scored seven points in a defense-free exhibtion that ended in Paul's white team won, 175-146, over LeBron James’ and Dwyane Wade’s black team.
Paul scored 39 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had eight assists, while Durant led all scorers, as he usually does, with 48. Wade had 32 and LeBron James, who thrilled the standing-room only crowd with several dunks, scored 30.
Meanwhile, HoopsWorld lists James among "Five Breakout Candidates for 2011-12".
- Chris Paul's team wins his charity pickup game - John Reid - New Orleans Times-Picayune
- Chris Paul Benefit Basketball Game @ Winston-Salem State University (Video) - iHigh.com
Five Breakout Candidates For 2011-12 - Jason Fleming - HoopsWorld