Brooklyn, NY - Former Big Apple Basketball Invitational player, Sean Kilpatrick received an NBA call-up to the Brooklyn Nets, after playing in the D-League this season for the Delaware 87ers.
The 6-4 shooting guard played in 28 games for the 87ers and led the D-League in scoring at 26.4 points per game.
In 2008 he played in the BAB Invitational as a senior with White Plains High School. He was named 1st Team All-Tournament after setting an Invitational scoring record with 44 points, along with seven rebounds, on 17-25 field goals and 10-11 free throws, versus Canarsie High School. He returned in 2009 as a post-graduate with Notre Dame Prep and again made 1st Team All-Tournament. He led them to a victory over Apex Academy, and totaled 21 points, seven assists, six rebounds and four steals.