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As basketball players Dirk Nowitzki and Kevin Durant have quite a bit in common. To start, they both stand 7 feet tall (although KD is listed at 6'9),...
By: Kyle Scadlock
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Latest Videos in Basketball Training
Find out why many consider Duke's Frank Jackson to be one of the top point guards and perhaps the best overall athlete in the 2017 NBA Draft class.
Find out how this four-year Clemson standout went from homeschooled church league star to big-time NBA prospect.
Nigel Hayes is best known for leading the Badgers to two Final Fours and two Sweet Sixteens during his four years at Wisconsin, but the NBA prospect made his mark off the court as well. He's now ready to take his elite talent to the NBA.
NBA prospect Jordan Bell recounts his path from the tough streets of Long Beach to the Final Four as Oregon's star power forward and discusses how he's preparing himself for the pro ranks once he is selected in the 2017 NBA Draft.
After averaging 19.5 points per game en route to first-team All-ACC honors last season, Luke Kennard is ready to become a franchise player in the NBA.