Referees don’t show up to big basketball game

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It was a really weird Tuesday night for Manning (Iowa) high school basketball teams. They were suppose to play an exciting doubleheader against an unbeaten basketball team. The teams in the doubleheader are still undefeated because the referees who were […]


College Hoops Recruiting: Montaque Gill-Caesar Draws Comparisons to Teammate Andrew Wiggins

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Montaque Gill-Caesar is a great player, but he has always been in his shadow of his teammate Andrew Wiggins. Gill-Caesar always enjoys it when reporters’ react to comparisons of him and the No. 1 ranked player in the Class of […]


Fifth-Grader Starts for High School Varsity Team

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Although Jabari Parker is arguably the best young player around, some people believe Julian Newman is next in line. The kid is unbelievably talented and plays ages ahead of his time. Newman starts for Downey Christian’s (Orland0) high school basketball […]


Solomon Poole could play Monday

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Georgia Tech is off to an amazing start. They are currently 6-2 in their conference, including a win over Saint Mary’s. Although they’ve been dominating basketball, they could get a huge lift with Solomon Pooles return. Poole graduated early from […]


Su’a Cravens puts in work

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Su’a Cravens, USC commit and Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, California) safety, recalls his initial experience playing football at age seven. “I was heavier for my age, so I played with older boys…My mom was real nervous that I’d get hurt,” says […]


Assistant Coach Fired for Facebook Comments

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Steve Spoden, Marian Central (Woodstock, IL) offensive line coach, was fired Thursday for writing a cruel comment about Montini’s football players on one of his players Facebook. Spoden posted, which has since been removed, “wanted to take a bat to […]


Dakari Johnson Leads Montverde to Top

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Dakari Johnson is one of the best high school players in the country and definitely ready for college basketball. Recently, he announced his plans to move up a year and reclassify as a senior. The 6’10, 250 lbs center has […]


Prep Hoop Star Jabari Parker’s decision comes next Thursday

Many are waiting on Jabari Parker’s decision to what school he is going to chose and it is almost here. The Chicago star will announce his college decision next Thursday. Sonny Parker, father of Jabari Parker, confirmed this decision Wednesday. […]


Texas A&M Lands A Perfect Complement to Johnny Manziel in Ricky Seals-Jones

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Monday was a great day for Texas A&M fans. The Aggies landed a great wide receiever in Ricky Seals-Jones. Seals-Jones chose Texas A&M over Baylor, LSU, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Southern Methodist, Although many Texas A&M fans are excited […]


Matt Fraschilla commits to Harvard

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If you’re familiar with TV analyst and former basketball coach Fran Fraschilla, you’re probably familiar with his son Matt Fraschilla. Matt Fraschilla just recently committed to Harvard Wednesday December 5. Matt currently attends Highland Park (Texas) high school. He is […]


Kentucky gets Karl Towns Jr.

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Although many Kentucky fans are hoping for a commitment from Andrew Wiggins or Jabari Parker they struck gold this week landing top recruit Karl Towns Jr. (Metuchen, N.J.). The New Jersey star was previously the nation’s top sophomore recruit in […]


Andrew Wiggins gets star treatment at FSU

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If you have been out of the high school basketball loop, Andrew Wiggins has reclassified himself from the Class of 2014 to the Class of 2013. Although many school are excited to hopefully land the No. 1 ranked player, FSU rolled […]