“When I was chosen I immediately became really excited for the opportunity to showcase my skills in front of some of the best players in the league,” Sussman said
Seidman was named first team all FCIAC in 2016-17, averaging 22.3 points per game.
All proceeds from the game went directly to Unified Sports and the Special Olympics.
“The FCIAC is really tough and every player in the FCIAC takes every game very seriously, so a night like this is fun,” Charoy Bentley, Darien and Eastern Division coach, said in an interview with Westport News. “It is good for the kids. They want to have fun and show everyone what they can do outside of their programs. It’s a good time.”
The games were held at Staples for the first time, previously being at Ludlow High School.