The world has seen some great Slam Dunk Contests in the past, such as the Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins rivalry in 1988, or Vince Carter going between the legs in 2000, and now Orlando's Dwight Howard must be added to the list of all time greats after his performance at the 2008 Slam Dunk Contest in New Orleans.
February 17, 2008
With the age minimum going into effect next year, Tuesday night's NBA Draft marked the end of the preps-to-pros trend for the foreseeable future. And though a record nine high schoolers were drafted, including Martell Webster at No. 6, this year's draft may be remembered more for the guys who fell to the second round.
June 29, 2005
The preps-to-pros craze will come to a stunning end Tuesday, as the 2005 NBA Draft likely marks the final year prep players are eligible to be drafted. Though the Class of 2005 features no sure things like LeBron James or Dwight Howard , five prep players figure to be selected in the first round this year while a handful of others look to go in the second round.
June 27, 2005
In the days leading up to the June 28 NBA Draft, SchoolSports.com will give you scouting reports on all of the high school players with a shot to be selected in the first or second round of this year's draft. Today, we profile Gulf Shores Academy (Houston, Texas) guard Gerald Green.
June 24, 2005