hoops

Hey, a Double Alley-Oop!

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At first, I was very impressed with this double-alley-oop dunk.

Pranks

Bro Pranks Serious Street Ballers That He’s Former Indiana Hooiser Verdell Jones

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Comedian Ben Bizuneh thought it'd be funny to head to the Venice Beach basketball courts to pretend he's former Indiana University Hooiser Verdell Jones, who's still chasing his NBA dream.

WTF

Grinnell’s Jack Taylor Scored 138 Points in Last Night’s Game

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We’ve long known that Grinnell plays a unique brand of up-tempo basketball.

March Madness

March Madness: The Teams With the Most To Prove During Championship Week

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With one week left before brackets are set for the NCAA tournament, there is still a lot to play for.

Indiana

Top Recruit Gary Harris Nails 35-Foot Playoff Buzzer-Beater

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Gary Harris proved why he’ll be playing for Michigan State next year by hitting a 35-foot buzzer-beater last night in an Indiana sectional game.

Zach Fowler

Watch This Falling-Out-of-Bounds, Half-Court Buzzer-Beater Find the Net

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Zach Fowler’s one-handed desperation heave from mid-court found its way through the bottom of the net in an Oklahoma high school playoff game last week.

Summer League

Watch Highlights From LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul’s Exhibition Game in Philly

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Yesterday NBA illumanti gathered in Philadelphia's Palestra for "The Battle of I-95," a charity exhibition hoops showcase between Baltimore's Team Melo and a cast of Philly-aligned stars.

sports

High School Senior Shaquille Johnson Has a Dirty, Dirty Dunk Highlight Reel

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Internet and hoops fans everywhere, meet Shaquille Johnson, The 6'4" senior from Milton High School in Alpharetta, Georgia has one of the dirtiest high school dunk highlight reels we've watched in a long, long time.

WTF

The Most Ridiculous Free Throw Shot You’ll See All Day

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Here's a video of the most mind-boggling college basketball free throw you'll see all week.

Video

Here’s a Video Reel of Seventh Grade Hoops Sensation Adrian Moore Crushing Dunks

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This 6-foot-3 freak of nature from Arkansas is only 11 and he's already making it thunderclap middle school gymnasium rims.