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NBA Academy Games 2018 – Schedule

Follow the NBA Academy Games 2018 by following @nbacademy on Instagram or #NBAAcademy on Facebook and Twitter!

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Scouting the most interesting draft prospects at the NBA Global Camp

ESPN: This week’s NBA Global Camp marked the first time the league has organized a draft combine outside of U.S. Over the course of four days, 81 players from 38 countries — ranging from 15 to 23 years old — went through athletic and medical testing, measurements, interviews, scrimmages and practices, including instruction from a group of eight NBA assistant coaches and Sergio Scariolo, the head coach of the Spanish national team.

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40 Players expected to attend NBA Global Camp 2018

NBA – The National Basketball Association (NBA) announced today the 40 players who are expected to attend the NBA Global Camp 2018, a pre-Draft showcase from June 2-5 at La Ghirada Sports Center in Treviso, Italy, for top Draft-eligible prospects from outside the U.S.

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Rochester prep star Matthew Hurt plays in Final Four showcase

Star Tribune: Matthew Hurt and other stars in the 2019 class played in USA Basketball events before, but this week was something much different and exciting.

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USA Basketball, NCAA Debut Next Generation Featuring 2019 Flo40 Prospects

FloHoops: USA Basketball and the NCAA debuted their first Next Generation Sunday Program on Saturday at the George Gervin Academy.

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NBA Academy Offers Glimpse At Next Generation Of International Talent

CBS: Every Final Four has to have a signature place or two inside the city that people want to see, a landmark. Here in San Antonio it’s rather easy — it’s the Alamo

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NCAA plans Next Generation Sunday at 2018 Men’s Final Four

NCAA: Program partners with NBA Academies, USA Basketball to provide educational and athletics opportunities for potential future college athletes.

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US Sports Leagues Expand Outreach to Asia

On September 21 and 23, the National Hockey League (NHL)’s Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks played two preseason games in China; one in Shanghai and one in Beijing. These two games marked the first time ever that the NHL held games in China, signaling a push by the organization to increase interest in hockey in one of the world’s largest emerging markets for sports coverage.

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