Sierra Canyon featuring Brandon Boston Jr, Ziaire Williams, Amari Bailey, Bronny James, Zaire Wade, Terren Frank and co get their much anticipated rematch against Rancho Christian …(Read more)
In Episode 47 of our “In The Paint” Show, Ron and Dev break down some of the top early-season high school tourneys across the country and the players at these events. The fellas also discuss the stat-driven side of the NBA and the Mr. Basketball USA Tracker, which recognizes the top high school basketball player in the country as voted on by an esteemed panel.
USC-bound Evan Mobley (Rancho Christian, Temecula, Calif.) leads voting in 2019-20 preseason Mr. Basketball USA Tracker powered by Ballislife.com, 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.).
The Mr. Basketball USA Tracker, now in its 13th year, tracks the progress of the top national player of the year candidates throughout the season. We examine the resumes of seven early favorites and list other potential candidates for 2019-20.
In episode No. 39 of our “In The Paint Show,” Ron and Dev go hard on the recent Ron Massey Fall Hoops Classic, which was captured by perennial FAB 50 title contender Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.). The fellas also go in on the Ball family drama. Was Lavar out of line using his “Damaged Goods” example? What should Zo do next?
In episode No. 25 of our “In The Paint Show,” hosts Ron and Devin Ugland go in hard on the the 17th Annual Pangos All-American Camp, talking top performers and surprise standouts with special guest, camp director Dinos Trigonis!
The 2019 Pangos All-American Camp has a bit of everything, from the nation’s No. 1 recruit in Evan Mobley down to the most talked-about rising ninth-grader in the country! Read on to see who is challenging Mobley for camp MOPs honors after two days!
The Compton Magic featuring the #1 ranked player, Evan Mobley, faced off against Dream Vision at the adidas Gauntlet regional finals. The game got intense real …(Read more)
In episode No. 24 of our “In The Paint Show,” Ron and Dev go hard on R.J. Hampton’s jump from high school to pro ball, standouts from the recent Magic Memorial Day event and preview the upcoming Pangos All-Amerian Camp in SoCal. Who will join the likes of John Wall as Pangos MOP?
Cole Anthony of Oak Hill Academy (Va.) is the top vote-getter in the latest Mr. Basketball USA Tracker. Anthony heads to GEICO Nationals this week, as does Isaiah Stewart of FAB 50 No. 1 la Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.), who comes in a close second behind Anthony. How will GEICO Nationals affect this year’s close national POY race?
Cole Anthony of Oak Hill Academy (VA) and Evan Mobley of Rancho Christian (CA) tie for lead in latest Mr. Basketball USA Tracker in the most wide open national POY race of recent memory. Will an elite 2019 step up to take control of the race in the post-season?
We evaluated all the games at Hoophall West in Scottsdale, Ariz. and these are the most prominent things we took away from the three-day event …(Read more)
The 2018 Pangos All-American Camp featuring Josh Christopher, Sharife Cooper, Isaiah Todd, Charles Bassey, Kyree Walker, Scottie Barnes, Evan Mobley, Cassiu Stanley, Anthony Edwards, Brandon Boston, …(Read more)
In a showcase camp designed for some of the West Coasts’ standout eighth and seventh graders, it was 6-foot-3 Moses Moody, a wing player from Little …(Read more)