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Nike EYBL Phoenix Weekend Recap


The class of 2025 is continuing to look loaded with several players that would compete for the top spot if they were in the class of 2024. There’s not yet any debate about who the top dogs are as and continue to hold on strong to the No. 1 and No. 2 spots. After two sessions of EYBL play, Boozer and Flagg have eerily similar numbers. (247 Sports)

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Nike EYBL Phoenix Weekend Recap


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