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Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | February 4th, 2020 | 402 Views

In Episode No. 55 of our "In The Paint Show,"  Ron and Dev, along with three special guests, celebrate the life of Morgan Wootten, arguably the most well-known and respected high school coach ever. Wootten's influence still resonates today and ties into Episode 54, as elite high school players form a bond through national events such as the ones Kobe Bryant played in back in 1996.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 28th, 2020 | 836 Views

In Episode No. 54 of our "In The Paint Show," Ron and Devin do the pod they never thought in a million years would be necessary: a recollection and insight into the life of a gone-too-soon icon, 41-year old Kobe Bryant. Sonny Vaccaro, who helped orchestrate his prep-to-pro move and signed him to adidas, along with five other special guests, offer their unique perspective, and some never-before-heard stories of The Black Mamba.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 23rd, 2020 | 415 Views

In Episode No. 53 of our "In The Paint Show,"  Ron and Dev break down the roster release for the 2020 McDonald's All-American Game. Did the committee get it right? Who was the biggest snub? The fellas also talk Zion and give their take on the Houston Astros' cheating scandal!  

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 14th, 2020 | 503 Views

In Episode 52 of our "In The Paint" Show, Ron and Dev break down the Ballislife journey of the company's co-owner Arek Kissoyan, from creating and sharing videos on "" to spearheading BIL's role as the industry leader in basketball highlight videos and mixtapes!

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 8th, 2020 | 686 Views

Newspaper distribution and the Internet created greater interest in national rankings, but in actuality, United States high school basketball rankings began in 1959. Multiple national polls have been compiled for decades including the FAB 50, which is now the longest running weekly national rankings in the country.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | November 19th, 2019 | 950 Views

USC-bound Evan Mobley (Rancho Christian, Temecula, Calif.) leads voting in 2019-20 preseason Mr. Basketball USA Tracker powered by, now in its thirteenth year. The seven-foot center and nation's top recruit by the major recruiting networks edges Oklahoma St.-bound point guard Cade Cunningham of Montverde Academy (Montverde, Fla.).

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