Video / Sep 22, 2011 / 12:30 pm

This Is What Happens When NBA Players Takeover A High School

“We came to put on a show,” said Derrick Williams, and that’s exactly what he did. This past weekend, Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif., hosted a three-day, four-team exhibition tournament to raise money for the school’s athletic department. And since countless NBA players spend their offseason training there, everyone decided to come out. Dubbed the “Short Summer Pro League,” the games featured Williams, Andre Iguodala, Brandon Knight, Jordan Hamilton, Kenneth Faried, Ed Davis, Julian Wright, Darius Morris, and Devin Ebanks. With that, check out the highlights from Day 1…

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  • Sean Sweeney

    Whenever I watch Derrick Williams, he always looks more athletic than I initially thought. Wish we had seen more from Iggy.

  • Shot In Ya Face

    Raising money for Manhattan Beach HS?!?!?!? This school is in one of the richest neighborhoods in America. I highly doubt they are hurting for money.

  • andray 3000

    there is no d in summer

  • feature

    They puttin on a show man stop complaining.