7th Grade Hoop Phenom Jaden Newman Beats The Best 9th Grader In The Nation At H.O.R.S.E

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| October 11th, 2016 | 10,269 Views

When Jaden Newman was 10, she beat Steph Curry in a shooting contest. When she was 11, she was dropping 50 point games, making as many 16 3s in a game and averaging 38.7 points a game on her way to becoming the youngest player to score 1,000 points in high school.

At the recent MSHTV camp, Jaden, now a 7th grader, added another impressive bullet to her hoop resume by beating the best 9th grader in the nation, Kyree Walker, in a game of H.O.R.S.E.

But don’t feel bad for Kyree, because this is what he did to the camp competition and against Jaden’s older brother, Julian.



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