Tyus Jones Watches Younger Brother Tre Jones on his Birthday! 2018 #1 Point Guard Going to DUKE Too!

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| January 11th, 2018

Tre Jones has been in the spotlight for years as the younger brother of Minnesota Timberwolves guard and hometown hero Tyus Jones.
Now an Apple Valley high school senior, Tre is earning the praise. Rated the #1 point guard in the Class of 2018, Tre has already committed to play college basketball at Duke.
We caugh Tre Jones and Apple Valley on his birthday and big bro Tyus showed up at his old high school (where both won some state titles) to show support.
While Apple Valley (#5 in 4A by Minnesota Basketball News) is a perennial basketball powerhouse in the Minneapolis region, this conference game versus #3 Lakeville North proved to be challenging for the Eagles.
Tre exited early due to a potential injury scare. He returned in the second half.
After a large, late comeback the visiting Panthers defeated the Eagles 73-67, snapping an 11-game losing streak vs Apple Valley since 2012.
2019 Tyler Wahl finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists to lead Lakeville North.
In the end, Tre Jones tallied a game-high 22 points, seven rebounds, five assists, while teammate 2018 Ely Hendrickson hit seven 3-pointers for 21 points.
Check out these raw highlights from Apple Valley’s game versus Lakeville North High School!
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