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  1. Tristan Braverman's autism doesn't stop him on the court

    Lucas O'Neill

    Tristan Braverman, a junior basketball player at Lawrence Woodmere (N.Y.) who was diagnosed with autism as a baby, has become a starter on his high school team.

    Story | Conversation | April 27, 2012
  2. There is unparalleled play at the high school level and impact pl...

    Ryan Canner O'Mealy

    There is unparalleled play at the high school level and impact players throughout the college ranks, but a surprising lack of young NBA standouts hail from NYC, writes Ryan Canner-O'Mealy.

    Story | Conversation | February 01, 2010
  3. Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas) forward Perry Jones grew from ro...

    Ryan Canner-O'Mealy

    Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas) forward Perry Jones grew from role player to superstar after his breakout summer got the hoops world buzzing, writes Ryan Canner-O'Mealy.

    Story | Conversation | January 26, 2010
  4. 2009 Boost Mobile Elite 24 roster announced

    2009 Elite 24 roster announced

    Story | Conversation | July 29, 2009
  5. 2009 ESPN RISE Grid-Hoop All-American Team

    Mark Tennis

    It takes a special athlete to excel on the football field and the basketball court. See which dual-sport players were named 2009 ESPN RISE Grid-Hoop All-Americans.

    Story | Conversation | April 23, 2009
  6. Rice (New York City) and two other FAB 50 schools had a strong sh...

    Doug Huff

    Rice (New York City) and two other FAB 50 schools had a strong showing with their performances at the Cancer Research Classic.

    Story | Conversation | January 08, 2009
  7. Telfair is as good as advertised

    Rob Bodenburg

    Backed by the support of his family, bolstered by uncommon maturity and blessed with unbelievable skills, Lincoln High (Brooklyn, N.Y.) junior point guard Sebastian Telfair has all the tools to succeed in basketball and in life, writes Rob Bodenburg.

    Story | Conversation | December 01, 2002