Many talented boys high school basketball players have emerged from Southern Nevada. These are the next prospects on the rise.
Former Liberty High star Julian Strawther became the seventh Las Vegas native to be an NBA first-round draft pick, selected by the NBA champion Denver Nuggets.
Jaden Hardy is the focal point of the Dallas Mavericks’ NBA Summer League squad as he eyes a spot backing up superstars Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving.
Four top Bishop Gorman basketball players have announced that they are leaving the state for new teams, part of an exodus of talent from Southern Nevada.
Orlando Robinson — a former Centennial player who recently signed a standard contract with Miami — went for 36 points and 11 rebounds in a Summer League victory.
Talented basketball players are coming out of Las Vegas every year. Some of them have cemented their high school legacy by setting potentially unbreakable records.
A 2020 graduate of Liberty, Gonzaga’s Julian Strawther on Thursday became the seventh native Las Vegan to be a first-round NBA draft pick.
Durango’s boys basketball team showed resiliency through a late-season coaching change and battled through the challenging Class 5A Southern League to win the state title.
Highly touted point guard Dedan Thomas Jr. will forgo his senior season at Liberty to join UNLV for the upcoming season.
Durango’s Taj Degourville announced his college commitment to San Diego State on Sunday. He chose the Aztecs over UNLV, Oklahoma and Southern California.
Liberty junior point guard Dedan Thomas Jr. announced Sunday that he is committing to UNLV, choosing the Rebels over Arizona, Florida, Gonzaga, Houston and UCLA.
Liberty junior point guard Dedan Thomas Jr. is still pondering his college choices and possibly graduating early to reclassify for 2023.
Durango announced Las Vegas native Ron Riley as the school’s new boys basketball coach. The Trailblazers won the Class 5A state title last season.
An overwhelming majority of Nevada high school boys and girls basketball coaches support a 35-second shot clock in a survey conducted by the NIAA.
The Democracy Prep girls basketball team, the reigning Class 2A state champion, had its appeal approved to move to Class 5A at Wednesday’s NIAA appeals meeting.