Best of Mays is yet to come: Chalmers

IT was as flashy a play as you’d expect to see from two American imports on the floor of the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre.

A steal, a pass, and then analley-oop.

Fresh face Greg Mays did the hard yards on defence and slammed the ball home after getting it back from Donte Nicholas –an ominous sign of things to come from the USduo.

After struggling on the road in round one last weekend, Bandits coach Brad Chalmers said he was tipping big things to come for Mays.

“He was serviceable tonight, I thought he finished well when he got his looks and touches,” the coach said.

“I think he’s got a pretty high ceiling.

“Hopefully over the next month or so he can continue to settle in.

“I still don’t think he’squite there yet, there’s going to be a necessity for him to be a strong low-post presence.”

Mays dropped a solid16points in his first home game for the Bandits, to go with his eight rebounds and onesteal.

JUST WARMING UP: Import Greg Mays was solid in his first outing at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre, dropping 17 points against the Tigers.

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