Author Archives: Rodger Bohn

8th grader Jared Jones throws down at Racing To The Rim

While the Nike EYBL stole the show in Lexington, there was a serious amount of talent in other tournaments as well. Held in conjecture with the EYBL, the Kentucky Basketball Academy held the Racing To The Rim tournament, which showcased … Continue reading

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Skal Labissiere vs Thon Maker at Nike Hoop Summit in front of NBA scouts

Skal Labissiere and Thon Maker have long been two of the most intriguing big men in their respective classes. At the Nike Hoop Summit, they teamed up during the game for the International squad, but absolutely went to war against … Continue reading

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Zhou Qi puts on a show for NBA personnel at Nike Hoop Summit

Zhou Qi has taken the Chinese Basketball Association by storm and after his stellar campaign, showed his talented to NBA personnel at the Nike Hoop Summit. While he didn’t post a huge stat line in the game, he did enough … Continue reading

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Antavion Collum with sick touch pass at The League

The We All Can Go All-Stars are always one of the most talented youth teams in the country, and the class of 2019 is no different. 6-foot-5 swingman Antavion Collum is one of the super talents that joined the squad, … Continue reading

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Skal Labissiere with huge dunk at 2015 Nike Hoop Summit practice

Skal Labissiere has long been one of the most intriguing players in the class of 2015 and while we realized it a long time ago, NBA scouts are finally beginning to come around. He has been simply sensational at the … Continue reading

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Caleb Swanigan shows why he’ll be an impact freshman during McDonald’s week

‎It’s the late signing period and with teams scrambling to find replacements for those who bounced to the league and/or transferred, unsigned seniors are a premium. Even more of a rarity this late in the game are big men, especially … Continue reading

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Zhou Qi shows off his jumper at 2015 Nike Hoop Summit

Zhou Qi has been making headlines in The Far East for quite some time now. The 7-foot-2 center played alongside Sebastian Telfair and Andray Blatche in the CBA this year and while most know him for his presence as a … Continue reading

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8th grader Scottie Lewis does in game 360 dunk at Basketball Spotlight AC Showcase

You won’t find many players in the class of 2019 that are more explosive than Scottie Lewis, and he showed that at the 2015 Basketbal Spotlight Atlantic City Showcase. Running with Team Rio National, Lewis showed off the ridiculous athleticism … Continue reading

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Malik Newman shows offensive repertoire at McDonald’s All-American Game

Malik Newman has been the most deadly scorer in high school basketball for a number of years, but that hasn’t stopped his grind one bit. After winning his fourth straight state title at Callaway high school, he showed NBA scouts … Continue reading

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Malik Newman Senior Season Mixtape

Malik Newman‘s legendary high school career has come to an end. The best unsigned senior in the country surpassed the 3,000 point mark at Callaway, living up to the rep that he was given as a middle schooler when he … Continue reading

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