NEW YORK – After Ashton Gibbs was named Most Valuable Player of the Coaches vs. Cancer event at Madison Square Garden Friday night, he motioned for his entire team to join him at midcourt.Officials from the Gazelle Group wouldn’t let his fellow Panthers come with him to receive the award, but Gibbs’ effort spoke volumes. “It’s a team game,” the junior guard from Scotch Plains, N.J. said after scoring 19 of his team-high 24 points in the second half as No. 5 Pitt downed Texas, 68-66, in the championship game. “I wouldn’t have done it without my teammates. They screened for me and they looked for me in open spots. They got me the ball. It’s a team game. I’m a team player first and then individual awards come with it.” Click here to read the full epic at SNY.