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Indiana men’s basketball freshman CJ Gunn named Indiana-Kentucky All-Star Game MVP

<p>The Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall crowd is seen during Hoosier Hysteria in 2017. Indiana men’s basketball freshman CJ Gunn competed as part of the Indiana All-Stars in a two-game series against the Kentucky All-Stars over the weekend.</p>

The Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall crowd is seen during Hoosier Hysteria in 2017. Indiana men’s basketball freshman CJ Gunn competed as part of the Indiana All-Stars in a two-game series against the Kentucky All-Stars over the weekend.

Indiana men’s basketball freshman CJ Gunn competed as part of the Indiana All-Stars in a two-game series against the Kentucky All-Stars over the weekend. Gunn was named MVP of the competition after leading Indiana to two blowout wins and posting 41 total points.

Indiana won its game on Friday in Owensboro, Kentucky, dominating 104-77. Gunn scored 20 points and grabbed four rebounds in 23 minutes of action.

The second game, played at Southport High School in Indianapolis, also went in Indiana’s favor 101-81. Gunn led the team with 21 points on 3-of-7 shooting from 3-point range in just 18 minutes of playing time.

Gunn is one of four incoming freshmen scholarship players for the Hoosiers, joining Jalen Hood-Schifino, Malik Reneau and Kaleb Banks for the 2022-2023 season.

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