Wendell McKines' 51 points lead Bay Pride to SF Pro-Am title 

Wendell McKines poured in a game-high 51 points Tuesday to lift Bay Pride to a thrilling 115-111 overtime victory against Dream Team at Kezar Pavilion, securing a San Francisco Bay Area Pro-Am League championship in the process.

Dream Team had no answer for McKines, a former Richmond High School star who is entering his senior season at New Mexico State this fall.

Tuesday’s win gave Bay Pride a sweep in the best-of-three showdown after it previously won Game 1 of the series 105-86 on Monday.

Los Angeles Lakers forward Matt Barnes, who was involved in an altercation last week, did not play for Dream Team.

Kiwi Gardner scored 31 points and Aaron Gordon added 29 for Dream Team in defeat.

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