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High School / Dec 19, 2014 / 1:15 pm

Video: Derrick Jones Double-Clutches For Jaw-Dropping Poster Jam

Derrick Jones

Stop your search, hoop-heads. There won’t be a better dunk than this one in high school basketball all season long, and perhaps anywhere else in the game, too. Watch class of 2015 star Derrick Jones fly on this jaw-dropping, double-clutch poster jam over elite sophomore Cody Riley. Read More »

College, High School / Dec 18, 2014 / 1:15 pm

Video: High Schooler D.J. Harvey Headbutts Backboard On Block Try

D.J. Harvey

Have you ever wondered why that padding on the underside of backboards exists? For incredibly rare moments like this, of course. Watch DeMatha Catholic (MD) sophomore D.J. Harvey, Jr. hit his head hard on the backboard while rising for a huge block in a recent game. Read More »

GIFs, High School / Dec 12, 2014 / 3:45 pm

GIF: HS Freshman, Marvin Bagley, Posterizes Foe In First Home Game

Marvin Bagley III

In seventh grade he was offered a scholarship by Arizona, and in eighth grade he threw down an in-game 360-degree dunk. Now starting his freshman season in high school, Marvin Bagley has grown into a 6-10 phenom with scouts everywhere salivating about his precocious game and length. Bagley turns 16 in March next year, but he’sthe No. 1 ranked player in the class of 2018, and he showed why in his home opener recently. Read More »

GIFs, High School / Dec 11, 2014 / 3:15 pm

Video: Watch HS Player Jam It Over 7-6, Tacko Fall

Taco Fall, Anthony Lawrence

The world’s tallest high school player, Tacko “Taco” Fall, had a rough evening recently. A fellow high school student, Anthony Lawrence, elevated and threw it down on the 7-6 center after which his fellow classmates went berserk. Read More »

College, High School / Nov 13, 2014 / 5:15 pm

The Top 10 College Basketball Freshman Flying Under The Radar This Year

Ahmed Hill

Well guys its that time of year again, this time last year we brought you our first edition of our “Under-the-radar” list and we’re back at it again. Granted, this year doesn’t have a large load of potential number one picks that could cause a couple players to be lost in the shuffle, but needless to say there are some gems that are going unnoticed. This year features a crop of talent that will add to the overall depth of their respective teams, but over time turn into the role players that can help change the face of their programs. Read More »

GIFs, High School / Oct 10, 2014 / 3:45 pm

Remember This Name: Terrance Ferguson, Fiery Class of 2016 Guard

Terrance Ferguson

If you follow the high school basketball world, you are probably familiar with the name, Terrance “2K” Ferguson, already. If you don’t, now is the time to get familiar with the 6-7 class of 2016 shooting guard out of Dallas, TX. Read More »

College, High School / Sep 15, 2014 / 3:45 pm

Remember This Name: Jaylen Brown, Class Of 2015 Superstar

Jaylen Brown

Meet Jaylen Brown. He is a 17-year-old, 6-7 wing that hails from Marietta, Georgia. Some say he reminds them of 2014 second overall Draft pick Jabari Parker with more athleticism. Some say he resembles the number one small forward out of the class of 2014, Stanley Johnson, who will be suiting up for the Arizona Wildcats later this year. However, Brown is writing his own path, and by the way he has been rocking it on the hardwood lately, his name will be in the spotlight for years to come. Read More »

GIFs, High School, Video / Sep 1, 2014 / 11:30 am

Watch Kwe Parker’s Crazy High-Flying Mixtape

Kwe Parker

NBA rookies, and now teammates, Andrew Wiggins and Zach LaVine may have already stepped forward as favorites to win next year’s All-Star Slam Dunk Contest (fingers crossed they’ll participate), but at the high school level, one player has emerged as the best dunker around. That player is 6-2 guard Kwe Parker (Kwe’shuan), out of Fayetteville, NC. Read More »

GIFs, High School, Playground / Aug 29, 2014 / 3:30 pm

Video: Stanley Johnson Tears Up The Drew League

Stanley Johnson

Incoming Arizona freshman Stanley Johnson has put together quite an impressive summer resume. The four-time California state champion earned MVP honors for his 43-point performance at the Ballislife All-American Game in May, and he lit up arguably the two most entertaining and competitive pro-am/summer leagues in the nation: the Seattle Pro-Am and the Drew League. Read More »

College, High School / Aug 28, 2014 / 12:30 pm

Remember This Name: Rayjon Tucker, Ferocious Class Of 2015 Wing

Rayjon Tucker

You know a great dunker when you see one, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to describe what makes him so. The human body has its limits, after all, and most of basketball’s rarest slams are performed by those who count dunking as a habit instead of the game itself. There’s just something extra compelling about the best high-level, in-game dunkers even if you can’t exactly put your finger on it. That’s the way we feel about crazy-athletic class of 2015 wing Rayjon Tucker. Read More »