Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Kyle Anderson, Shabazz Muhammad Highlight MCD AA Game

One of the most prestigious events for a high school basketball player lived up to its hype coming in. Shabazz Muhammad, regarded as the No. 2 overall player in the 2012 class by ESPN, scored 9 of his teams 11 points early and ended up finishing with 21 points and an MVP award joining elite company.

Of the last five McDonald's All American MVP's, all but one went in the lottery within the top four picks (Tyreke Evans, Kevin Durant, Michael Beasley and Derrick Favors) except for Chase Budinger.

Muhammad was 10-of-18 from the floor and added six rebounds in 22 minutes of action to lead the West team to a 106-102 victory. Muhammad was the dominant player from start to finish and did just about everything you expected him to do.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Shabazz Muhammad Deciding Soon

One of the nation's top prospects is close to a decision. Shabazz Muhammad, a 6-6 forward, from Bishop Gorman (NV) is going to take an official visit to UCLA in early April then make his college decision either April 9th or 10th according to a report by Adam Zagoria.

Muhammad, the Morgan Wootten Player of the Year, an award given to the nation's top senior, is down to Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, UNLV and UCLA.

He finished up his high school career averaging 30 points and 10 rebounds per game, while leading his high school to team to their third state championship with Muhammad leading the way.