Hassan Whiteside Returned To The Miami Pro League To Watch Team K.A. Advance To Finals

This story is part of Rise Miami News’ coverage of amateur sports in the Magic City. The Miami Pro League is one of the leading basketball leagues in town and often features professional NBA players and local college stars who play in their games.
Hassan Whiteside makes guest return at Miami Pro.
Miami Heat star Hassan Whiteside was back at Coral Gables Senior High School Tuesday night to watch the semi- final action of the Miami Pro League.
Whiteside played on day one of the Miami Pro League in early July, which helped put the league on the map. Whiteside had 25 points, 10 blocks and 9 rebounds in his game, and was back to support his Team K.A from the sideline.
“It’s really building, it’s really growing. A lot more pro’s are coming out, and even NBA guys are coming out. It’s very good for the city,” Whiteside said. “Its good competition, a lot of guys from all over the world, great ball players, and just coming out here to play in front of fans in the offseason is very important.”
Whiteside will not be playing anymore in the league, but he enjoyed his time on and off the court.
“I came out here to give the fans a show, and I had a great time,” Whiteside said of his play last month.
Game Action
Game One: Dem Boyz vs Team Oh!
The first Miami Pro semi-final game of the evening started off with a scorching start from Dem Boyz, as they came out with a quick 9-2 lead behind impressive play from former NBA player Jeremy Pargo.
Kenny Boyton turned it on for Team Oh!, and would lead the early comeback, as he caught caught fire and led his team to an 18 point lead. Jeremy Pargo had a first quarter to forget, as he shot 1-7 with just 3 points after dropping a Miami

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