Steph Curry, the first unanimous NBA Most Valuable Player recipient, and Under Armour Basketball return to the Bay Area to host the third annual SC30 Select Camp. The top high school guards in the nation will participate in the four-day program from June 28 -July 1, 2016.

The event includes several players from the New York/New Jersey, including Class of 2017 point guard Trevon Duval, formerly of St. Benedict's Prep and now at Advanced Prep Internationa; Class of 2017 St. Raymond's point guard Isaiah Washington; Class of 2017 Seton Hall commit Myles Cale of St. Patrick's; Class of 2018 Hudson (N.J.) Catholic point guard Jahvon Quinerly; and Class of 2019 standouts Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis of the Ranney (N.J.) School.

Antoine, Lewis and teammate Alex Klatsky also took an unofficial visit to Stanford on Tuesday in advance of the camp.

The following high school basketball players have been selected this year:

  • Alex Barcello - Chandler, Arizona
  • Bryan Antoine - Keyport, New Jersey
  • DJ Jeffries - Olive Branch, Tennessee 
  • Gerald Liddell - Cibolo, Texas
  • Isaiah Washington - Bronx, New York
  • Jahvon Quinerly - Hackensack, New Jersey
  • Jalek Felton - Mullins, South Carolina
  • Jaylen Hands - San Diego, California
  • Jemarl Baker - Corona, California
  • Khavon Moore - Macon, Georgia
  • Kris Wilkes - Fishers, Indiana
  • LJ Figueroa - Lawrence, Massachusetts 
  • Michael Porter Jr. - Columbia, Missouri 
  • Mitch Ballock - Eudora, Kansas 
  • MJ Walker - Riverdale, Georgia  
  • Myles Cale - Middletown, Delaware
  • Nickeil Alexander-Walker - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Paul Scruggs - Indianapolis, Indiana 
  • Prentiss Hubb - Upper Marlboro, Maryland
  • Scottie Lewis - Hazlet, New Jersey
  • Trevon Duval - New Castle, Delaware 
  • Ty-Shon Alexander - Charlotte, North Carolina
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Following an official visit to Stanford over the weekend, Kodye Pugh, a 6-foot-8, 195-pound small forward from Blair Academy, committed to The Cardinal for 2016-17.

Reid Travis spurned both perennial powerhouse Duke and home-state school Minnesota in order to go play for Johnny Dawkins at Stanford.

?It just kind of came down to the feeling,? ?said Travis, who averaged 26.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game last season, according to the Star Tribune. ?I went out to Stanford and immediately it just felt like home and it was comfortable there ? [Cardinal coach] Johnny Dawkins did a great job of building a relationship with me since sophomore year. It got to the point this last year where it wasn?t even like he was recruiting me anymore, it was like I was talking to a family member ? he was just checking in on me.?

He added:??I wanted to give my parents the opportunity to say they have a son at Harvard and a son at Stanford. That?s an opportunity that not every parent can say.?

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NEW YORK -- Josh Owens says he feels a renewed commitment to basketball.

That makes sense considering Owens had to redshirt the 2009-10 season at Stanford because of an undisclosed medical condition.

"There was all types of possibilities," the 6-foot-8, 235-pound Owens said of what could've happened as a result of his medical situation. "I wasn't allowed to practice with the team. It definitely was one of the toughest experiences."

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Perry Ellis is from Kansas, but he grew up a Duke fan.

"I actually grew up liking Duke but not [any] more," the 6-foot-8, 212-pound rising junior said by phone from the Kevin Durant Skills Academy in Chicago. "That's what I liked growing up more."

Now a member of the USA Developmental National Team and one of the top small forwards in the nation, Ellis has a slew of elite programs after him -- but he isn't counting Duke among them.

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I was at the Pittsburgh-Rutgers football game last night, but Midnight Madness festivities tipped off around the nation. Here's?a brief rundown on a few high profile events.


Some 9,000 fans turned out at Gampel Pavillion to support the Huskies on First Night.

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Josh Selby visited UConn on Thursday and is considering the Huskies along with a number of other schools.

"I talked to his mom yesterday [Thursday]," said Herman Harried, head coach of Baltimore (Md.) Lake Clifton. "They say everything went very well.

"They are being considered as one of his top schools."

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During a recent unofficial visit to Stanford University, basketball coach Johnny Dawkins was giving Harrison Barnes a tour of campus.

The next meeting on the schedule was an 11:30 a.m. with a certain "Professor Rice."

Turned out it was Condoleezza Rice, the former secretary of state who is now teaching at the school.

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I just finished up a story for the upcoming issue of Basketball Times on Canadian forward Tristan Thompson and thought I'd mention a few things.

I covered the Texas-bound Thompson during his stint at St. Benedict's Prep in Newark, when he was listed at 6-foot-8, 215 pounds. He's now 6-10, 240 with a game that screams NBA potential. His mother, Andrea, said Tristan's great-grandfather grew to 7 feet.

Thompson just returned Tuesday morning from an 18-hour adventure home from the FIBA U19 World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand. It was 13 hours from Auckland to Los Angeles and another five to his home in Toronto.

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