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LaMelo and Zion take center stage in AAU showdown.

LaMelo Ball and Zion Williamson both put up monster performances in front of a monster-sized crowd.

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Ball's big night not enough in loss to Williamson's squad.

In a matchup of two of high school basketball's biggest stars, Zion Williamson leads SC Supreme over LaMelo Ball's Big Ballers 104-92.

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Ball's turnover leads to Williamson's dagger.

Zion Williamson swipes LaMelo Ball's pass and takes it the other way for a one-handed hammer to put the game out of reach.

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LaMelo hits fancy layup.

LaMelo Ball drives and gets the scoop layup to fall.

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Zion Williamson rises up for the alley-oop.

The No. 2 player in 2018 ESPN 100 continues his habit of throwing down monster jams.

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Williamson, Ball duel for three straight plays.

High school dunking sensation Zion Williamson adds to his highlight reel, but LaMelo Ball answers with a preposterously deep 3-pointer. Williamson gets the last laugh with an and-1 layup.

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LaVar Ball continues to ooze confidence.

In a wide-ranging chat, LaVar Ball proclaims himself the best coach ever and calls his son LaMelo the most famous high school athlete ever.

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LaVar calls LaMelo 'The Entertainer.'

While LaVar Ball has nicknames for all three of his sons, he discusses why he calls LaMelo "The Entertainer" and why the 15-year-old is so strong mentally.

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L.J. Peak draft highlights.

Georgetown shooting guard L.J. Peak is a versatile wing player with a reputation as a lockdown defender.

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2017 Class Rankings

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  • 2017 basketball recruiting class rankings

    The 2017 classes are in the books. We started expecting Duke and Kentucky to remain on top. Besides a few twists and turns, and the usual drama, that's how we ended up.

2018 ESPN 100 Rankings

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  • The Class of 2018's debut ESPN 100 rankings look much like the junior rankings. Forward Marvin Bagley III is not giving up the top spot while Tre Jones and Taeshon Cherry leap from unranked to top-20 prospects.

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