Durango High School is hosting the Durango Fall Classic this weekend for the 23rd consecutive year.
Liberty girls basketball player Dre’una Edwards visited Utah last week and tweeted on Aug. 31 that she’ll be playing for the Utes.
Centennial guard Justice Ethridge, the top local girls basketball player in the class of 2018, announced via Twitter should would be joining the Lady Rebels next season.
UNLV picked up a commitment from Clark High School’s Trey Woodbury, a four-star recruit. He is the first commitment of the Rebels’ 2018 class.
The Las Vegas Propsects of the Nike EYBL advanced to the Las Vegas Classic championship game on Sunday afternoon at Spring Valley High School.
Tavin Lovan scored 23 points on Sunday afternoon to help Team Thad (Tennessee) to a 77-61 victory over NY Renaissance (New York) in the Invite Championship of the Fab 48 AAU tournament at Bishop Gorman High School.
Liberty’s Julian Strawther stayed with New Orleans Pelicans swingman Quincy Pondexter in California the past six weeks in preparation for his final AAU live period of the summer to learn the game and bolster his recruiting stock.
Las Vegas Knicks guard James Bridges is using his AAU tournament experience this week to prepare for the upcoming high school season.
Five-star guard Tre Jones has eviscerated the competition this summer, and is vying to be the No. 1 point guard in the country like his older brother Tyus was in 2014.
With an estimated 3,500 AAU basketball teams playing in tournaments across the valley this week, fans still seem to be gravitating towards one person: South Carolina Supreme’s Zion Williamson, the No. 2 overall recruit in the country.