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High School Basketball Phenom Lance Stephenson; Offers Glimpse Into The Making Of A Potential Superstar

January 4, 2008 by Don Of Dons  
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Following in the footsteps of fellow New York basketball greats Stephon Marbury and Sebastian Telfair, Lance Stephenson is widely considered to be the #1 ranked high school basketball player in the country and is known as the pride of Coney Island. He has led his team to two NYC City Championships, once as a Freshman and once as a Sophomore, when he was also named NYC Player of The Year. He followed up his Sophomore City Championship with a New York State Championship and became the youngest player to play in the Pro Am division at EBC (Rucker Park). Although the championship game featured five NBA players, Stephenson was named its MVP and since then has been actively recruited by every major college program in the country. After a summer that included workouts with NBA superstars LeBron James and Kobe Bryant, Stephenson is now entering his Junior season poised to re-write the high school record books and is on pace to become the greatest high school scorer in New York City history.

 

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3 Comments on "High School Basketball Phenom Lance Stephenson; Offers Glimpse Into The Making Of A Potential Superstar"

  1. Fly Ty on Fri, 4th Jan 2008 11:55 pm 

    I remember back when he was pit up against OJ Mayo at the ABCD Camp. They was callin’ him the 8th grader…he was the only 8th grader, I believe, ever allowed to attend the camp.

  2. unlimitedfutwear on Sun, 6th Jan 2008 8:58 pm 

    I saw his allstar game in harlem he’s got potential but the nba is too much right now he needs to go to college and polish his game

  3. John Smith on Wed, 28th Jan 2009 5:14 pm 

    Lance is a great player. If he brings up his assist average, stay out of trouble, and keep those grades up, he will have a LeBron James type of NBA career.

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