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Kentucky Freshman Hamidou Diallo Is College Basketball's Most Terrifying Athlete

Type "Hamidou Diallo" into the Twitter search bar and you might think he's the inspiration for the next Marvel superhero flick. Words like "freak" ...

By: Brandon Hall

Meet Kostas and Alex Antetokounmpo: Giannis's Uber-Athletic Younger Brothers

Forget the Ball brothers—let's talk about the Antetokounmpo brothers. Yes, Giannis has brothers. You may have heard of Thanasis, the eldest Antet...

By: Brandon Hall

Why Otto Porter Jr. Didn't Play AAU Basketball (And Believes He's Better Because of It)

Otto Porter Jr. didn't play AAU basketball. That makes the 24-year-old Washington Wizards forward something of an anomaly in today's NBA. Almost al...

By: Brandon Hall

Basketball Recruiting: It's Never Too Late

Navigating The Basketball Recruiting Path : It Is Never Too Late While it would be nice to have already signed that letter of intent or have already...

By: Steve Brodzinski

Basketball Recruiting: What College Coaches Value in the Pre-Season

Basketball Recruiting: What College Coaches Value in September By: Steve Brodzinski The basketball recruiting calendar has a unique progression...

By: Steve Brodzinski

Latest Videos in Basketball Recruiting

3-Point Shooting Drills with Maya Moore

2014 WNBA MVP Maya Moore shows you the 3-point shooting drills that make her more accurate and better conditioned.

Look Back: Collin Sexton Interview Nike EYBL Hampton

Alabama point guard Collin Sexton reflects on his Nike EYBL experience and talks about his goals for the future.

How Majok Deng Escaped Sudan to Become a Top Basketball Prospect in the U.S.

The South Sudan native escaped the worn-torn country and has become one of the top basketball prospects in the United States.

How D'Angelo Russell Got Addicted to Hard Work

NBA point guard D'Angelo Russell reveals why he finds hard work addicting.

Michael Porter Jr. Has Been Training For Position-Less Basketball His Entire Life

Michael Porter Jr. is a 6-foot-10 athletic freak who can play any position on the floor. The top 2018 NBA Draft prospect explains how he developed such a versatile game.