Takeaways: A week at Nike's EYBL


After the first week of EYBL play, the conversation of No. 1 has become tougher. What used to be a two-man conversation has expanded. Uplay (Canada) guard and NY Rens (N.Y.) forward have entered the conversation. Filipowski was followed all week by the likes of Jon Scheyer, Chris Holtmann, and Jim Boeheim. (Rivals.com)

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Takeaways: A week at Nike's EYBL


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