LOS ANGELES -- The game between league leaders Hank's Blazers and Cheaters II at the Drew League on Saturday was tight, but the game inside the game was even tighter.
It was an unexpectedly classic one-on-one battle between an established NBA'er and college player that attracted most of the attention at Colonel Leon H. Washington Park in South L.A.
Detroit Pistons forward Austin Daye and Long Beach State forward Edis Dervisevic went at it on both sides of the court for possessions on end, much to the delight of a packed house at the park gymnasium, an attendance again boosted by rumors that Miami Heat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade planned to attend (the superstars were not there).http://espn.go.com/blog/los-angeles/lakers/post/_/id/21444/drew-league-features-classic-one-on-one-matchup
A pretty good article about Sean Smith from the Palm Beach Post.
"He's a freak of nature," Miami receiver Davone Bess said. "He really moves well for as big as he is. He's very physical. Very physical."