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Collision XIV features top high school basketball players
By Sentinel News Service
Published April 11, 2012

Anthony January, Taft High School basketball

Anthony January dunked over everybody on Taft’s way to the City title.  His high flying act will be center stage against the best players in the area.  Photo by Jason Lewis

Kim Picketts Narbonne girls basketball
Kim Pickett led Narbonne to a City title, scoring 23 points in the championship game.  She’ll be matched up against the top girl’s in the area at the Collision All-American Game.  Photo by Jason Lewis

High school basketball is not over just yet.  There is one more big game, and this one is the big one. 

The Collision All-American Game has been the final high school game for NBA players Russell Westbrook, Darren Collison, Ryan Hollins, Austin Daye, Derrick Williams, Tyler Honeycutt, and Jordan Hamilton. 

College standouts Casper Ware Jr. and Chace Stanback, both past Collision MVPs, are also on the long list of alumni of this game. 

This game features the best players in the Los Angeles area and they will be jumping out of the gym at El Camino College on Saturday, April 21. 

The girl’s game tips off a 5 p.m., and the boys at 7 p.m.  There will also be three Junior All-American Games (5th, 6th, and 7th graders) at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. 

The boy’s and girl’s games will honor a scholar athlete during the halftime of each game.  Tickets are $10 at the door. 


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