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Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | February 25th, 2020 | 185 Views

In Episode No. 58 of our "In The Paint Show,"  Ron and Dev cover the Southern California playoff picture, and go in-depth on the CIF Southern Section championship games set for his upcoming weekend. Can red-hot Mater Dei pull off another big win? Or will Sierra Canyon's talent level be too much for the Monarchs to handle?

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | February 24th, 2020 | 1,706 Views

The post-season is heating up and we have our first FAB 50 state champion in No. 49 Concord First Assembly (Concord, N.C.). The recent big result was the 78-64 win by undefeated Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minn.) over previous No. 11 Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis, Minn.).

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | February 17th, 2020 | 1,650 Views

The playoffs are tipping off all over the country and some early post-season results cause big change in the latest FAB 50 rankings!. The change doesn't necessarily mean teams drop out, or can't recover and move back in after a loss that didn't end their season. One team jumps in all the way to No. 23!

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | February 10th, 2020 | 3,067 Views

It's another week of upsets and big results, particularly Baltimore clubs St. Frances Academy and Poly pulling off big wins at the East Coast Bump, that change the pecking order of the latest FAB 50. Top ranked clubs beating up on each other makes compiling the FAB 50 more difficult, but also creates excitement and interest as teams position for a possible slot at GEICO Nationals in April!

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | February 3rd, 2020 | 2,414 Views

Teams are gearing up for the post-season, and plenty of the top-ranked teams in the FAB 50 rankings lost last week. So does that mean they automatically drop? Does that always mean the team that defeated them now deserves to be ranked ahead?

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 28th, 2020 | 871 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.

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