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Top Basketball Players in the Country Compete at McDonalds All American Game

Fort Wayne Native and Indiana University Commit James Blackmon Jr. took the court with names like 4a State Champion Trey Lyles, and the number one player in the country Jahlil Okafor to play in the biggest game of their young careers. See video for highlights from the McDonalds All American Game and hear interviews from the athletes.

Fort Wayne Native and Indiana University Commit James Blackmon Jr. took the court with names like 4a State Champion Trey Lyles, and the number one player in the country Jahlil Okafor (Duke)  to play in the biggest game of their young careers.  The 37th annual McDonalds All American Game played at the United Center in Chicago was in front of a crowd of over 17,000

Jahil Okafor, who won the game MVP, finished with 17 points and seven rebounds after leading his West Team to victory 105-102; James Blackmon Jr scored 13 points and brought down 2 rebounds while 4A State Champion and fellow Indiana basketball player Trey Lyles pitched in eight points and eight boards for the West


See Video for Game Highlights and Interviews


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