High School Basketball

Kentucky Adds Five-Star Duo
Five-star prospects Skal Labissiere and Isaiah Briscoe committed to Kentucky on Thursday
Bryant Crawford Commits To Wake Forest
Bryant Crawford is a four-star point guard out of Gonzaga High School in Washington D.C.
Chance Comanche Commits To Arizona
Chance Comanche is a top-100 player and is considered to have tremendous upside.
Jalen Brunson Commits To Villanova
Jalen Brunson is ranked No. 22 by ESPN for the class of 2015.
Antonio Blakeney Commits To Louisville
Antonio Blakeney has committed to Louisville as a member of the 2015 class
Oregon State Adds Three 2015 Commitments
Oregon State added three basketball commitments on Tuesday in Tres Tinkle, Stephen Thompson Jr. and Derrick Bruce
2015 Recruit Abdul Razak Shanun Passes Away In Kayaking Accident
Abdul Razak Shanun moved from Ghana to the United States in 2012.
Chase Jeter Commits To Duke
Chase Jeter has committed to Duke for the class of 2015
Chase Harler Becomes West Virginia's First Commitment For 2016
Chase Harler averaged 22 points, seven rebounds and four assists per game last season at Wheeling Central High School.
Allonzo Trier Commits To Arizona
Allonzo Trier chose Arizona over Washington, UCLA, Kansas and Louisville.

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David West Plays Vital Role In Helping T.J. Warren Realize NBA Dream

by Andrew Perna

T.J. Warren is the first player drafted that worked directly with David West through his AAU Garner Road Basketball Club program.

Do High School 'Stars' Lead To NBA Success?

by Cameron Schott

Damian Lillard, Stephen Curry, Paul Millsap, Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Roy Hibbert were given three or fewer stars coming out of high school.

Draft Report: Dante Exum Of Australian Institute Of Sport

by Jonathan Tjarks

While Dante Exum isnít quite as long and athletic as Andrew Wiggins, heís far more skilled. Heís an elite athlete in his own right and plays with more poise. You have to play Trading Places with these guys - what would have happened if Exum was on the AAU circuit every summer and Wiggins was in the AIS?

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LeBron James 27.00 Points

Eric Williams 13.00 Rebounds

Sebastian Telfair 11.00 Assists

Branden Dawson 6.00 Blocks

Jordan Farmar 7.00 Steals

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