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Apple Valley's Tre Jones follows older brother to Duke

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 08/13/2017, 9:16pm CDT

Apple Valley star guard said words from Blue Devils coach ultimately swayed him.

DeLaSalle guard Gabe Kalscheur verbally commits to Minnesota

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 07/25/2017, 6:25pm CDT

The shooting guard, who averaged 18.1 points per game for the Islanders last season, becomes the third metro-area senior to commit to the Gophers.

Summer schooling in session for new boys' basketball coaches

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune 07/08/2017, 4:12pm CDT

New coaches at DeLaSalle, Lakeville South and East Ridge embrace the opportunity.

Star Tribune Talking Preps spring podcast: Episode 8

By Star Tribune 06/02/2017, 9:00pm CDT

Discussions include golfer Kaylee Gossen's stand-up actions after a scoring error and the spring state tourneys.

Star Tribune Talking Preps spring podcast: Episode 7

By Star Tribune 05/26/2017, 12:45pm CDT

Topics include a report on the rise of Minnesota as a basketball state and a football coach running for high office.

DeLaSalle taps alum Travis Bledsoe to replace Dave Thorson, North St. Paul hires ex-Gopher

By STAFF REPORT 05/24/2017, 3:36pm CDT

Bledsoe, a Mr. Basketball finalist, was a three-year starter under Thorson. Damian Johnson will take over the Polars.

Minnehaha Academy's Jalen Suggs to vie for spot on national U16 team

By STAFF REPORT 05/23/2017, 3:54pm CDT

The freshman will train with 23 other top players in early June at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

Jim Petersen: From St. Louis Park to NBA, back when MSHSL banned summer AAU ball

By ChIP SCOGGINS, Star Tribune 05/20/2017, 8:41pm CDT

That scenario wouldn’t happen today, of course, because premier players attend national showcases all summer. Athletic secrets don’t exist in the internet age.

Youth basketball growth chart

By Star Tribune 05/20/2017, 7:12pm CDT

Thousands of Minnesota youngsters play basketball all year long in programs that provide skill development and, for a growing number, national exposure leading to Division I scholarships.

One-on-one time often part of training for young basketball players

By Chip Scoggins, Star Tribune 05/20/2017, 6:56pm CDT

More kids, even before high school, are seeking private instruction from former college and professional basketball players to improve their skills.

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