Xylina McDaniel has had her game shaped largely by her father's tough, unforgiving style of teaching.
When asked what one thing they'd like to change about the game, coaches gave a bevy of different answers, with one common theme: Help us get to know our recruits better.
With the eyes of the women's basketball world fixated on her, Brittney Griner is fixing to revolutionize the way the game is played, writes Glenn Nelson.
"Youth basketball" has never been clearly defined. Now, there's another queue developing -- of those wishing to shape its future. The sport's infrastructure is in disarray and finds itself faced with two seemingly opposite solutions.