The basketball facilities at the Philadelphia Roman Catholic High School are modest. The field is on the third floor, and when the ball bounces, it reverberates around the school.
But that hasn’t stopped the school from producing 13 NBA players, six All-Americans and University of Albany Paul Newman, a 6-foot-9 center, and assistant coach Matt Griffin.
- Satnam Singh, the first Indian basketball player drafted by the NBA, switches to professional wrestling
- Auburn basketball player Allen Flanigan undergoes foot surgery, to miss 12-14 weeks | Auburn
- One-armed basketball player Hansel Emmanuel Donato Domínguez wins Division I donated by the State of Tennessee
- Big Ten basketball players screenings for 2021 NBA Draft