Duke Blue Devils Commit Jabari Parker Representing at Nike Pro Ams
Recently saw all the twitter activity about Jabari Parker balling out at Pro Am.
@ the Pro Am at Whitney Young…Jabari Parker looking a Lil suspect outchea' ain't nobody really killing..but It Is some pieces in dis beech
— E. Hamilton (@Ehampness) June 16, 2013
Parker is headed to Duke University next year and he should be a star for the Duke Blue Devils; I have even predicted here that he will be the ACC player of the year. He was even recently rated the second best college basketball power forward by Sporting News before he even played a game.
Lol, damn RT @shighkinNBA: My "Andrew Wiggins to the Lakers, Jabari Parker to the Celtics" theory is looking good at the moment.
— SpacelySprockets (@spaceysprockets) June 15, 2013
“I was very happy, getting another chance to play for USA Basketball again and of course to be going against the international players,” Parker said to USAbasketball.com . “I was always informed about (the game), growing up watching some of the past alumni. It has been fun watching them play.”
Parker in the past has said that the player he modeled his game after was Oscar Robertson.
— Daniel Poneman (@SwagAir) June 15, 2013
We’ll just have to see what Parker is capable of next year, but something tells me it will be special.
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