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McDonald’s HS All-Americans Selected

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The rosters for the 2014 McDonald’s All-American game, featuring the top high school players in the country, were announced today and are as follows:

Player Name, Home State (College commitment)

EAST –

Cliff Alexander, Chicago (Kansas)
James Blackmon Jr, Indiana (Indiana)
Justin Jackson, Texas (North Carolina)
Tyus Jones, Minnesota (Duke)
Kevon Looney, Wisconsin (UCLA)
Theo Pinson, North Carolina (North Carolina)
D’Angelo Russell, Kentucky (Ohio State)
Karl Towns Jr., New Jersey (Kentucky)
Romelo Trimble, Virginia (Maryland)
Myles Turner, Texas (Uncommitted)
Isaiah Whitehead, New York (Seton Hall)
Justise Winslow, Texas (Duke)

WEST –

Grayson Allen, Florida (Duke)
Joel Berry, Florida (North Carolina)
Devin Booker, Mississippi (Kentucky)
Stanley Johnson, California (Arizona)
Trey Lyles, Indianapolis (Kentucky)
Emmanuel Mudiay, Texas (SMU)
Jahlil Okafor, Chicago (Duke)
Kelly Oubre, Nevada (Kansas)
Reid Travis, Minnesota (Stanford)
Tyler Ulis, Illinois (Kentucky)
Rashard Vaughn, Nevada (Uncommitted)
Thomas Welsh, California (UCLA)

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Report: James Wiseman to Leave NCAA, Prepare for NBA Draft

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Potential No. 1 pick James Wiseman of Memphis has left the university, will sign with an agent and begin preparing for 2020 NBA draft.


James Wiseman began informing Memphis coaches in recent days about decision to leave school and sign with an agent. Penny Hardaway pushed hard and attempted to keep his star recruit. After 12-game suspension and $11,500 charity fee discipline, Wiseman is gone from NCAA.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Report: Cole Anthony Out Four-to-Six Weeks after Surgery on Torn Meniscus

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North Carolina freshman point guard Cole Anthony underwent an arthroscopic knee procedure Monday morning, according to the university.

He is expected to miss four to six weeks as he recovers from a partially torn meniscus.

Anthony’s injury was said to have occurred over time and not during one play.

Source: Jonathan M. Alexander of The News & Observer

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Report: Zion Williamson Declares for NBA Draft

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Projected No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson of Duke has declared for the 2019 NBA Draft.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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