High School Basketball

Top High School basketball athletes now have another option

Today it was announced that top, elite college athletes will have a chance to forego their collegiate career and instead spend a year in the G-League and earn some good money: The NBA plans to offer a "professional path" to the G-League with select $125K salaries to players as an alternative to the one-and-done college route,

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Cassius Stanley Narrows List Down to Three Schools

Sierra Canyon five-star guard Cassius Stanley is one of the best players from the class of 2019. Coming in at number two on our Top 10 High School Hoopers list Stanley has had every major division one school in the nation salivating at the prospect of him joining their program. (Image credit: Matt Clayburn/Instagram) Last week Stanley

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Top 10 High School Hoopers To Look Out For In 2018

Emoni Bates          Class of 2022        Ypsilanti Lincoln Any time that you’re a 6’8 seventh grader who’s getting compared to Kevin Durant you’re going to gain some national attention. That’s certainly been the case for 14-year-old Emoni Bates. Two years ago he was being regarded as the top seventh

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Aidan Igiehon

Class of 2019 C Aidan Igiehon Narrows Down List of Schools to Four

Aidan Igiehon, the 6’10, 215-pound center out of Lawrence Woodmere Academy (NY) will be choosing between Louisville, Kentucky, Oregon, and St. John’s, as he just recently announced via social media. Aidan told me via text: These four schools all have a plan or me to obtain my goal which is to one day become a

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Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett Have Been Putting On a Show During Duke Preseason Games

You might have heard of Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett. The two were both five star recruits and household names in the high school basketball landscape during their senior seasons last year. Now the two top prospects are putting on a show for the Cameron Crazies at Duke University in preparation for their freshman seasons.

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Bronny James

The Decision Part Four: Bronny James Commits to Crossroads

Bronny James has finally put an end to all of the speculation surrounding the second most anticipated decision in the basketball world this summer. The 14-year old basketball sensation has decided to take his talents to Santa Monica Crossroads in California per TMZ Sports. Many thought that Bronny would attend Sierra Canyon High School in

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Bryan Antoine

2019 G Bryan Antoine cites Duke, Villanova as most aggressive suitors

Class of 2019 wings Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine are two of the most sought-after prospects in their class. The pair is an ultra-dynamic tandem for the Ranney School in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and if some college programs have their way, they might even continue playing together at the next level. Antoine and Lewis

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Jake Kyman

Jake Kyman: SoCal youngster’s already looking like a vet

You don’t want to sleep on SoCal prep hoops. Not with someone like Jake Kyman coming through the ranks of the high school-ball system. “Kobe has always been my idol just because the way he treats the game. What he does on the court is incredible. The footwork he had. Just the impact he has

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Drew Lowder

Drew Lowder: Meet Michigan’s Future at Point Guard

If you’re born in Ann Arbor, most probably you’d want to call the University of Michigan your alma mater. Ask –as if it was necessary– Drew Lowder, the leading Junior point guard of Pioneer High School and 2019-class prospect. AA born and raised, Lowder is poised to make a run at Michigan’s hoops scene, and

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GEICO Nationals High School Basketball Preview

Debuting back in 2009, this year’s GEICO High School Nationals, to be held in New York City once again, already know their field of contestants, and it is definitely stacked with quality prospects. Per Ballislife’s FAB 50 National Rankings, seven of the eight teams present in the tournament are among the best fifty teams of

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