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After playing with the Lakers during the Las Vegas Summer League this offseason, Baltimore's Josh Selby took to the streets to dominate every playground game and charity event.
We've been saying it for years, but we'd put the Goodman League talent up against any other league in the country.
There's a strong argument that the DMV produces more basketball talent than any other area in the country.
If it's the NBA offseason, it usually means Josh Selby is somewhere kicking ass and taking names.
According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Memphis has agreed to a multiplayer trade with Cleveland that'll take $6 million off their payroll and get them under the luxury tax line.
It's easy to see why the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers are the prohibited favorites in the Western Conference.
Yesterday, we dropped some footage of Chris Brown tearing up The Goodman Roundball Classic, which was recently held at Wise High School in Maryland.
Perhaps the performance from Damian Lillard this summer was expected.
I don't know about you, but doesn't it sometimes feel like the missed dunks are the ones that can get the crowd hyped.
Last season's UConn men's basketball team had one of the craziest and rarest runs to an NCAA Championship that we've ever seen.
We're sure you already know, but it's a big week in the high school basketball world.
Sometimes when you're putting together an issue it takes on a life of its own.
As you know, all eyes in the hoops world last night were on Rudy Gay's Flight 22 Foundation game.
By now you need no introduction to the Goodman League.
Baltimore's Aquille Carr, the country's most dynamic and exciting high school player, continues to burnish his growing legend while fighting crime in his spare time.
Despite the NBA lockout, this was hands down one the best summers for the game of basketball that I can remember.
The Memphis Grizzlies proved to be a pretty solid source of fantasy value last season, even after one of their stars went down with a shoulder injury.