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Domask has kicked things up in the month of July and that was the case yet again versus Grand Rapids Storm. The Waupun standout was dominant offensively yet again and in a variety of ways. When Domask has the ball, there’s just no chinks in his armor. Despite not having ideal athleticism, Domask has the rest of the tools. The 6-foot-5 swing man picked Grand Rapids Storm apart. He wasn’t flashy. Just took what the defense gave him and then exploited it.
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Marcus Domask – 2019 – SF – Ray Allen Select
Domask came out firing in a loss to REACH Legends. The 6-foot-5 small forward was draining shots from all three levels and looked really impressive against some solid athletes. Domask scored a game-high 22 points, once again taking advantage of just about every possible mismatch. You can go big, you can go small — either way — Domask will find ways to get the ball in the basket.
This video is from last summerMarcus Domask – 2019 – SF – Ray Allen Select
One of the most cerebral players in the Midwest, Domask always has an understanding of what the defense is trying to do with him and then he exploits it. The Michigan Playmakers threw a number of different defenders at him during Friday’s 17U NY2LA Association semifinals, but to no avail. Domask was generating and scoring on looks from all three levels. He took smaller defenders on the interior, using his advanced post skill set to score at the rim. Against bigger defenders, Domask made them uncomfortable by slashing from the perimeter or facing up from the high post. If Domask didn’t like his matchup, he’s smart and skilled enough at the little things to set good, hard screens on or away from the ball to get a matchup he could take advantage of. Domask scored 20 points in the semifinals. In a low-scoring title game against Illinois Irish, Domask was outstanding defensively, forcing opponents into tough shots by walling up around the rim.