Cam Reddish Posterizes Defender With Monster Baseline Dunk During #2017EYBL #NikeEYBL (Video)

That's NASTY by Cam Reddish 😱 @camreddish @TeamFinalHoops #2017EYBL #NikeEYBL pic.twitter.com/goMC8NprLY — Overtime (@overtime) May 27, 2017 Killa Cam is on cruise control right now, but when he wants to play, the Westtown School stud and star five-star wing is just magical. Take this baseline drive and dunk with ease. Cam Reddish did this today.

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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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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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How We Can Make College Basketball’s Regular Season More Meaningful & Exciting

The University of North Carolina won the NCAA Tournament championship over Gonzaga — grinding out a 71-65 game, but are fans getting tired of meaningless regular seasons and ugly post season basketball? With college basketball seeing its biggest ratings in years, and fans clamoring for more, the time has come for the NCAA and those

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Kentucky’s Quade Green Out of Nike Hoops Summit After Suffering Concussion

Quade Green’s appearance on the grand stage at the Nike Hoops Summit, will have to wait, after the Kentucky Basketball commit, best point guards in the country, suffered a concussion in practice for the Team USA of the Nike Hoops Summit. Green — a five-star guard is widely considered one of the best point guards

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Josh Hart’s Triple-Double Leads Soon to be No. 1 Villanova Past St. Joe’s

Kentucky’s close loss to UCLA will be Villanova’s gain, as the Wildcats will return to where they finished the season — ranked No. 1 in the nation. Josh Hart led Nova with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for his first career triple-double, leading No. 2 Villanova to an 88-57 victory over Saint Joseph’s

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Neumann Goretti PG Quade Green Picks Kentucky over Syracuse

Quade Green always had a ‘Plan A’ — tonight the journey got a lot more clearer — after the Neumann Goretti point guard became a Kentucky Wildcat. Seeing the Wildcats dismantle Michigan State live earlier this week, made have closed the deal, as Green reportedly woke up Wednesday with a fresh and clear outlook on

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Quade Green’s decision Looms Large For Syracuse Basketball

Quade Green may not be the most important recruit in Syracuse history, but this courtship is crucial to the future of a program that hasn’t recruited another point guard because of loyalty to Green. This Saturday, in a ceremony at his high school, the five-star point guard will announce where he will attend college. Green,

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5-Star PG Quade Green Narrows His List to Five

This is going to be a game-changing decision. Five-star point guard Quade Green from Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia) has announced his final five schools via his Twitter account. Green, who was at Big Blue Madness at Kentucky over the weekend, lists Kentucky, Duke, Syracuse and hometown schools Villanova and Temple. He is expected to sign next month

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Quade Green & Other 5-Stars Visit Kentucky For #BigBlueMadness (Photos)

These are the nights when John Calipari is able to take a five-star recruit uncertain of his future, and get him to believe in joining the Big Blue Family. Neuman Goretti star point guard Quade Green got a taste of just how big Kentucky basketball is to the blue grass state, as he and other

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