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Trevor Ariza’s Son, Tajh, Is Part of the Next Generation of Basketball Stars


Trevor Ariza may have starred in Los Angeles in both high school and college—playing at Westchester High before his lone year at UCLA—but he’s not necessarily going to push his son , a highly touted class of 2026 recruit, down the same path. “The decision is really his,” says the elder Ariza, a former NBA champ who spent 18 years in the league. (Sports Illustrated)

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