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Tuesday / June 18.
  • Kevin Durant, Paul Pierce Rosters

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    Here are the rosters for the Kevin Durant and Paul Pierce Nike Skills Academies in Chicago. These campers, plus those from Deron Williams and Amar’e Stoudemire, all go to the LeBron James camp July 5-7 in Akron.

    KEVIN DURANT ROSTER

    No. Name Hgt. Wgt. Wingspan Class High School/Hometown
    1 Mychael Henry 6-6 !” 211 82 !” 2011 Orr Academy/Chicago, IL
    2 Levi Randolph 6-4 !” 178 80 !” 2011 Bob Jones/Madison, AL
    3 Jakarr Sampson 6-7 !” 192 82 !” 2011 St. Vincent-St. Mary’s/Akron, OH
    4 Nick Faust 6-5 172 81 !” 2011 City College/Baltimore, MD
    5 Mike Shaw 6-8 213 81” 2011 De La Salle Institute/Chicago, IL
    6 Victor Nickerson 6-7 179 80” 2011 Norcross/Atlanta, GA
    10 Tyler Harris 6-7 !” 190 81” 2011 Half Hallows/Dix Hills, NY
    11 Anthony Davis 6-9 187 86” 2011 South Houston/South Houston, TX
    12 Perry Ellis 6-8 212 82” 2012 Wichita Heights/Wichita, KS
    13 Mike Gbinije 6-6 !” 191 78” 2011 Benedictine/Richmond, VA
    14 Rodney Hood 6-8 188 79 !” 2011 Meridian/Meridian, MS
    15 LaQuinton Ross 6-8 217 83” 2011 Life Center Academy/Jackson, MS
    16 Dorian Smith 6-7 189 81” 2011 Norcom/Suffolk, VA
    17 Sam Thompson 6-7 !” 178 79 !” 2011 Whitney Young/Chicago, IL
    18 Ryan Anderson 6-8 !” 220 80” 2011 L. B. Polytechnic/Long Beach, CA
    19 Kyle Anderson 6-8 !” 223 85” 2012 St. Anthony/North Bergen, NJ
    20 Dominique Pointer 6-5 193 80” 2011 Quality Ed. Acad./Winston-Salem, NC

    PAUL PIERCE ROSTER

    No. Name Hgt. Wgt. Wingspan Class High School/Hometown
    2 Myles Davis 6-2 196 72” 2011 Saint Peter’s/Jersey City, NJ
    3 Ben McLemore 6-4 !” 181 79” 2011 Eskridge/St. Louis, MO
    4 Dai-Jon Parker 6-2 !” 180 80 !” 2011 Milton/Alpharetta, GA
    5 Dezmine Wells 6-4 !” 217 80 !” 2011 Hargrave Military/Raleigh, NC
    6 Terry Whisnant 6-3 172 77” 2011 Cherryville/Cherryville, NC
    11 Wayne Blackshear 6-5 215 82 !” 2011 Morgan Park/Chicago, IL
    14 Kentavious Caldwell 6-6 185 77 !” 2011 Greenville/Greenville, GA
    15 Branden Dawson 6-6 206 81” 2011 Lew Wallace/Gary, IN
    16 P.J. Hairston 6-5 !” 227 81 !” 2011 Hargrave Military Acad./Greensboro,
    19 Achraf Yacoubou 6-5 203 80” 2011 Long Island Lutheran/Brookville, NY
    20 Cedrick McAfee 6-2 177 76” 2011 Melrose/Memphis, TN

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.

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