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Pe'Shon Howard Plays in Goodman League, Predictably Provides Excellent Mixtape Fodder

The Goodman League, if you don't know, is like, oh, the Kenner League for cool people. Cool people like John Wall, Demarcus Cousins, Greivis Vasquez, and of course Pe'Shon Howard, who's playing in the iconic Barry Farms competition this summer. The Goodman League's webpage is a bit of a bear to navigate, but it looks like he played with our beloved Vaz in one game; Vaz had 19, and Pe' 17.

Luckily for all of us, the mixtape extraordinaires at the Mars Reel captured MVPe' on film. Be sure to watch until the very last play, which is undoubtedly the best:

Between the defender's leg to a no-look, behind-the-back pass? Pretty sweet move.

I had no idea Howard was playing in the Goodman League, but it's pretty awesome that he is. Pe's game was custom-made for this type of play, of course: he's not all flash, but he's damn sure not lacking in that category. He's not exactly lacking in the swagger category either.

As for practical application: playing ball never hurt anybody. I have no idea if this will help, but it will probably increase how much you like Pe'Shon Howard, so, y'know, there's that.

N.B.: For all you recruit-niks, don't worry, a recap of the tournaments and camps is coming in the morning.