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Darius Bazley Highlights (2018/King James) – Michigan Invitational

Darius Bazley (18/King James Simpson) may not be a known commodity on the national scene right now, but that is sure to change this summer as Bazley is one of the fastest rising prospects in the state of Ohio. The 6’8 wing had an impressive weekend at the Michigan Invitational, where his versatile skillset and athleticism were on full display. King James 16u Coach Quincy Simpson says ‘Toledo is the only school to offer as of right now’, but no doubt ‘that’s about to change soon’. College coaches at the high major level would be well served to give the Finneytown High School (Cincinnati) phenom a hard look this summer, as he is set to blow up on the AAU circuit running with a King James squad that will play top level competition all summer on the prestigious EYBL circuit. See below for highlights. [embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N47gs3ldoX0[/embedyt] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new...

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Jermaine Jackson Jr. Highlights from Storm Classic

Jermaine Jackson Jr. made his debut with The Family 17u this weekend at the Storm Classic in Grand Rapids. Different club, but same results, as Jermaine controlled pace, knocked down open jumpshots, hit floaters in the lane and avoided turnovers. See below for highlights of Jermaine. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new...

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Jamal Cain Highlights from Storm Classic

Endless Motor Sports was on hand to witness Jamal Cain take home the MVP of the Grand Rapids Storm Classic in a championship winning weekend for The Family 17u. The 6’6 junior wing was absolutely dominant, displaying his lethal combination of verticality, ballhandling, shooting, rebounding, and defense that makes him such a sought after prospect by colleges across the country. Perhaps even more impressive, Jamal fit in seamlessly with a group of players that he has never teamed up with prior to this weekend. See below for highlights. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new...

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Jamal Cain Update: Taking Full Academic Tour and Visit to UM on April 27th

Jamal Cain has informed Endless Motor Sports that he and his family will take a full academic and campus tour of the University of Michigan with head coach John Beilein on April 27th. Academics are a huge factor in Jamal’s recruitment, and Mom has informed Endless Motor on numerous occasions that ‘school comes first’. Jamal and Coach Beilein are building a strong relationship, could this be the day Jamal receives an official offer? Stay tuned to Endless Motor in the coming weeks for additional updates and coverage with Jamal and family after the visit. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new...

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Getting to Know Jamal Cain

  Jamal Cain is an elite student-athlete currently attending Cornerstone Health/Technology in Detroit, where he makes up one half of Cornerstone’s dynamic duo, along with his cousin, Davion Bradford. The 6’6 junior wing is currently ranked #70 in the country for the class of 2017 per Rivals, and has the tantalizing combination of length, athleticism and skill that college coaches covet.      I. HIGH SCHOOL SEASON & SELF-ANALYSIS   EM: Congratulations on Cornerstone’s District Championship. Can you tell us a bit about your high school season and how things went for the team and you as an individual?   JC: Our high school season went well, winning Districts was a huge accomplishment because we’ve never been that deep in the state playoffs as we’re a pretty new program. I don’t like to talk much about myself individually, but I feel I really improved as a leader this year with encouraging my teammates and just being a vocal leader out on the court.   EM: Can you describe your game for those that are not familiar?   JC: My game is whatever my coach needs for the team to win. For Cornerstone, I play a bit more in the post because we’re a bit undersized, and I’m comfortable doing that, but I’m primarily a perimeter player. I can knock down shots off screens, put the ball on the floor, and...

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