Thomas Bryant had a nice showing at the McDonald’s All-American Game on Wednesday, but he will be remembered as the guy who botched a breakaway off-the-backboard dunk.
It is ignorant to think that a single player cannot dramatically change the course of a college program, similar to the fashion that he can change an NBA franchise.
Things got a little of of hand at an Indiana high school basketball game over the weekend.
In a contest which set a dubious state record, the high school basketball game between Bibb County and Brookwood ended with Bibb County emerging with a 2-0 victory on Saturday night.
California girl's HS team takes heat after 161-2 win http://t.co/w1HdPvmEJb pic.twitter.com/AzTTMmdNgU — Troy Machir (@TroyMachir) January 15, 2015 Arroyo Valley High School girls basketball team put up one of the most decisive victories you’ll ever see when they beat Bloomington High School on January 5th. That is not a scoreboard typo. The final score was
This insane dunk occurred in a game between Chief Sealth and Garfield High School (Seattle) on Tuesday night.
Okay, that’s not really what happened here, but this girl did miss a free throw and the rim did detach itself from the backboard, so we’ll chalk this up to a faulty rim.
Bad news, everyone: your Top 10 Posterizations of 2014 list — if you made one — is already obsolete thanks to this vicious dunk by Michael Porter Jr.
Where’s Kevin Harlan and his “no regard for human life!” and “we just saw Man fly!” when you need it?
Anthony Lawrence Jr., a 6’7 forward who has committed to play at the University of Miami next year, managed to dunk over 7’6 defender during a recent high school game in Florida this week, causing pandemonium in the gymnasium.
Donte Williams is a 6-foot-4 guard who plays for Redemption Christian Academy (Mass.). In a recent game, he soared over some hapless defender and threw down an absolute monster dunk, pretty much ending the career — and possibly life — of said defender.
Rare footage has surfaced of a high school playoff game from 1996 between Pennsylvania’s Lower Merion High and Norristown High — of course, featuring Kobe Bryant, then a senior in high school. Kobe, whose stat line consisted of 30.8 points, 12 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 4 steals and 3.8 blocks per game, led Lower Merion to