Behind sensational performances from Jamal Murray, Skal Labissiere and Ben Simmons, the World Select Nike Hoop Summit Team defeated the US Team, 103-101, Saturday afternoon at the Moda Center in Portland.
The fourth day of practice for the Nike Hoop Summit World Select Team was shorter, and less physically demanding, starting later and ended earlier than scheduled. This was certainly by design as the coaching staff tries to get the squad physically ready for the game on Saturday and avoid tiring the players too much after an intensive schedule the past few days.
After electing to stay for his senior season at Baylor, Cory Jefferson regressed on some areas, which hurt his draft stock somewhat. What are his strengths and weaknesses and what kind of player does he project as?
On day two in Treviso, the morning drill sessions were much more chippy and intense than day one and the stands filled up a whole lot faster. The buzz around the camp reached a fever pitch today, as the realization of the urgency involved in this three day setting began to set in.
After a full weekend spent evaluating some of the top 1993 and 1994 born prospects in European basketball at the NIJT in Belgrade, we report back with our findings. We'll continue with the rest of the top prospects seen at the tournament.
Every year seemingly, a new NBA draft prospect comes out of the woodwork playing for a school that is hardly known for producing lottery picks. Our best candidate this year so far might be Charles Garcia at Seattle University.
DraftExpress was in attendance at the National Prep Showcase this past weekend in New Haven, Connecticut where many of the nations finest prep schools were in action. We take a closer look as some of the other highly regarded prospects, including Khem Birch, Naadir Thorpe, and J.J. Moore, amongst others.
To get a jump on the rapidly approaching NCAA season, we continue to break down the top individual NBA prospects in college basketball, going conference by conference. We begin part two of the Big Ten with Illinois' Mike Davis.
Individual player recaps from the first two games of the last day of Portsmouth. Carl Landry finally puts in a Carl Landry-esqe performance...Fellow Purdue senior David Teague follows suit...Dan Nwaelele with another very solid performance.