All three Bradley Beal Elite teams picked up their first two wins of the Nike EYBL season over the weekend, with standout performances across the board.

The BBE 17s bounced back from an opening night setback in Memphis with back-to-back wins to close out Nike EYBL Session I on Saturday and Sunday.

Exavier Wilson led the way on Saturday, with 18 points and six rebounds in a heart-stopping 81-72 double overtime victory over LivOn. Tristan Ford added 15 points, Nicholas Randall scored 12 and grabbed seven boards, Luke Walsh tacked on 13 points and Zyree Collins had three steals in the game.

On Sunday, BBE topped City Rocks in a defensive battle, 57-45. Randall had nine more points and six rebounds. Teron Garrett had nine points and three assists, Wilson had nine points, two boards and two assists and Collins, Vincent Dawson and Jahidi White each chipped in eight points.

The weekend started with a tough 69-55 loss to Team Thad despite 10 rebounds and seven points from Randall, 12 points and six boards from Mike Jones, 10 points and three steals from Ford and nine points from Collins.

The BBE 16s also picked up a pair of wins in Memphis, going 2-2 in four games.

They opened the weekend with a win, dropping PG Elite 77-62 behind 16 points from JJ Andrews and 14 from Jamison White.

Early Saturday they lost a tight one to Team United 72-66 despite another 24 points from Andrews and 11 from Ty Edwards.

The 16s bounced back late Saturday with a 79-43 drubbing of LivOn. Jaylan Mitchell led the way on the scoreboard in that one with 15 points and also had five assists. Edwards had 12 points and Cameron Blivens pitched in 11. Andrews also filled the stat sheet in that contest with a team-high 10 rebounds, nine points and four assists. Sunday’s finale saw Andrews back atop the scoreboard with 22, but BBE dropped their final game, 69-58 to Team CP3.

The BBE 15s won three of their five games in Memphis as many players making their EYBL debuts stepped out with big time performances. In the opener, Jimmy Mckinney scored 16 points and Scottie Adkinson added 12, but BBE lost a close one to Team Takeover, 60-52.

After that initial setback, BBE went on to win their next three, including sweeping their Saturday slate. In the first game that day, Adkinson poured in 26 points and Mckinney added 19 while Joshua Higgins flashed with 16 points in a 76-70 win over NJ Scholars.

The late session Saturday brought another tightly contested game, a 76-74 victory over Jet Academy on a last second bucket by Higgins.

Again it was Adkinson, Higgins and Mckinney putting on a show. Adkinson led the way with 21 points while Higgins and Mckinney each added 16.

The 15s picked up one more win on Sunday, beating Team CP3 73-57 behind 29 points from McKinney and 27 from Adkinson. In the final game of the weekend, Mckinney scored 19 points, Adkinson added 15 and Higgins scored 11 but PG Elite got the win, 72-58.

Adkinson averaged better than 20 points per game for the weekend while McKinney put up 19.8 ppg.