May named Rocky Mountain Revue MVP

Published: Saturday, July 23 2005 12:00 a.m. MDT

Sean May of the Charlotte Bobcats, son of former NBA player Scott May, was named most valuable player of the 2005 Rocky Mountain Revue after tying with Atlanta's Salim Stoudamire as the Revue's top scorers with 99 points each in six games. May also totaled 55 rebounds, 10 more than Seattle's Robert Swift.
Members of the All-Revue team included Utah's second-year man Kris Humphries, who totaled 81 points, 32 rebounds and nine assists, and University of Utah product Britton Johnsen of the San Antonio Spurs. Johnsen finished with 66 points and 38 rebounds in five games.
Also on the All-Revue club were Charlotte's Matt Carroll with 96 points and point guard Raymond Felton with a Revue-best 26 assists and Stoudamire, who had 39 points Friday.
Others receiving votes included Utah point guard Deron Williams, Atlanta's Josh Smith, Seattle's Mateen Cleaves and Dallas' Josh Powell and D.J. Mbenga.

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