‘Killa’ Cam Reddish Put on another Show During #EYBL Atlanta With Team Final (Video)

Cam Reddish has been destroying all of his foes on the AAU circuit — so the nickname “Killa” fits for the 6-8 wing from the Westtown School (West Chester, Pa) — who for now sits ranked as the No. 4 player overall in the Class of 2018. He averaged 23.3 points per game during his

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Projected No. 1 Pick Markelle Fultz Meets With 76ers, Knicks & Lakers

Could the top player in the NBA Draft really end up in a 76ers uniform? Markelle Fultz, the 6-foot-4 stud point guard from the University of Washington, and projected No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft, met with multiple teams at the NBA Draft Combine, including the Knicks, Lakers and 76ers acording to Keith Pompey

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5-Star Wing Cam Reddish cuts list to 8 Including Nova, Duke, UConn, Zona & Kentucky

Killa Cam Reddish is going to pick a college soon, and it will likely be one of the blue-bloods. The Top-five 2018 prospect has cut his list to eight schools. The Norristown (Pa.) Westtown School 5-star wing has narrowed his list Arizona, Connecticut, Duke, Kentucky, Maryland, Miami, UCLA and Villanova. #UConn makes Cam Reddish's #Final8

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Kyle Lowry & 76ers Have Mutual Interest

It makes sense, but if he’s chasing a title, then maybe the western conference sounds better. The All-Star point guard, who opted out of the final year of his contract with the Toronto Raptors and will become an unrestricted free agent this summer, is reportedly interested in a potential return here back in Philadelphia per

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Math, Civics, & Sciences G Malik Archer Heading to Juco in Texas

Malik Archer, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound senior from Math, Civics Sciences is taking his talents to Texas to further his education and continue to refine his ballgame. 2017 Math, Civics, & Sciences G Malik Archer has committed to Ranger College; a Division 1 Juco in Texas. — The Miller Report (@miller_report) May 10, 2017 Archer who

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5-Star SF Kevin Knox Joins Quade Green – Commits to Kentucky

Five-star small forward Kevin Knox out of Tampa (Fla.) just made an already loaded Kentucky recruit class even more loaded. The Tampa Catholic product — ranked second in his position, right between Michael Porter Jr. — just comitted to the Wildcats. BIG BLUE NATION LETS GO🔵🔵⚪️⚪️ #BBN🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯 pic.twitter.com/FiRjA7DlGq — Kev‼️ (@kevin_knox23) May 6, 2017 Knox

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Missouri State forward Alize Johnson Declares For NBA Draft, Will Not Hire Agent

Missouri State forward Alize Johnson announced Friday he will declare for the NBA Draft, however he will maintain his college eligibility by not hiring an agent. pic.twitter.com/FZLUBp1LVT — ZayZay (@Alizejohnson24) April 21, 2017 “I have every intention of returning to Missouri State for my senior year,” Johnson said. “This process will allow me to gain

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Shaq’s Son Shareef O’Neal Commits to Play Basketball at Arizona

Sean Miller got himself a good one. Shareef O’Neal, the blue chip son of Shaquille O’Neal, has committed to play basketball at the University of Arizona. The younger O’Neal, a 6’9″, 210-pound junior power forward, is ranked No. 19 in ESPN’s rankings of the top 60 high school players in the nation. He is also

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Archbishop Ryan star Izaiah Brockington Headed to Woodstock Academy For Prep Year

Izaiah Brockington had a senior year for the ages, and now the Philly hoops star is betting on himself and a better offer — deciding to attend a prep school to join the Class of 2018. Brockington announced Monday that he’ll be spending a post-graduate year at Woodstock Academy in Woodstock, Conn., on his Twitter

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Lonnie Walker Earns His Nickname With 2 Filthy Dunks at #JordanBrandClassic (Video)

The Miami Hurricanes got a good one in Lonnie Walker — as Reading’s finest showed that he’s explosive, physical, long and can really defend. He put his explosiveness on display at the Jordan Brand Classic and it was tremendous, as he came away with the MVP. Miami got a good one in Lonnie Walker. Explosive,

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