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HIGH SCHOOL [HOME] 2003

Global Games 2003

 


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Featuring some of the best and most athletic high school players in the nation, the Global Games International Basketball Tournament today announced its Global Games Select Team. The team is headlined by consensus High School All-Americans Mustafa Shakur, Aaron Brooks, and J.R. Giddens and Texas high school stars Warren Carter (Class 5A Player of the Year), Dez Willingham (Class 5A State Tournament MVP), Jeremis Smith (Class 4A State Tournament MVP) and LaMarcus Aldridge (ranked #4 in Class of 2004).

Last year’s Global Games Select Team was the only United States team to win a gold medal in international basketball competition in 2002. The team featured such current college stars are ACC Rookie of Year Chris Bosh of Georgia Tech, Big Ten Freshman of the Year Daniel Horton, Freshman All-Americans Bracey Wright of Indiana University and Ike Diogu of Arizona State University and Big XII Freshman of the Year Antoine Wright of Texas A&M University. Dallas Kimball Coach Royce Johnson and Chris Dyer of Texas Class 5A champion DeSoto HS piloted the team to an undefeated record in the tournament.

Dallas Mavericks President and Assistant Coach Donnie Nelson will continue in his role as honorary chairman of Global Games basketball.

Global Games USA ROSTER

Blake Adams- Aldine (TX) Nimitz HS, Texas Christian Univ., 6’5
LaMarcus Aldridge- Seagoville (TX) HS, 6’11 (junior)
Morris Almond- McEachern (GA) HS, Rice University,
Aaron Brooks- Seattle (WA) Franklin HS, University of Oregon, 5’11
Demetric Bennett- Albany (GA) Monroe HS, S.Methodist Univ., 6’4
Ronnie Brewer- Fayetteville (AR) HS, University of Arkansas, 6’6
Warren Carter- Lake Highlands (TX) HS, University of Illinois, 6’9
J. R. Giddens- Oklahoma City (OK) John Marshall HS, Kansas, 6’6
Martin Iti- Durham (NC) Mt. Zion HS, Univ. of NC-Charlotte, 6’11
Acie Law IV- Dallas Kimball HS, Texas A&M University, 6’3
Mustafa Shakur- Wynnewood Friends (PA) Central, U. Arizona, 6’3
Jeremis Smith- Ft. Worth (TX) Dunbar HS, 6’7 (junior)
Phillip Thomasson- Burleson (TX) HS, Colorado State U., 6’8
Dez Willingham- DeSoto (TX) HS, Kansas State University, 5’9
Major Wingate- Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett HS, University of Tennessee, 6’10

Also selected to the USA Global Games basketball team are the following athletes who will serves as alternates:

1. Tyrone Nelson- Hempstead (TX) HS, Baylor University, 6’9
2. Brent Hackett- Ft. Worth (TX) Southwest HS, 6’3 (junior)
3. Darrell Arthur- Dallas South Oak Cliff HS, 6’8 (freshman)
4. Nic Wise- Missouri City (TX) Hightower HS, 5’9 (freshman)

2003 Global Games Schedule

(Subject to change)

SUNDAY, June 29
7pm Puerto Rico vs. Scandinavia
9pm Yugoslavia vs. Brazil

MONDAY, June 30
2pm Canada vs. Africa
4pm Ukraine vs. Scandinavia
6pm Global Games Select vs. Puerto Rico
8pm USA vs. Lithuania

TUESDAY, July 1
12pm Ukraine vs. Brazil
2pm Canada vs. Scandanavia
4pm Lithuania vs. Africa
6pm Yugoslavia vs. Puerto Rico
8pm Global Games Select vs. USA

WEDNESDAY, July 2
2pm Lithuania vs. Canada
4pm Yugoslavia vs. Ukraine
6pm Global Games Select vs. Brazil
8pm USA vs. Africa

THURSDAY, July 3
12pm Lithuania vs. Ukraine
2pm Africa vs. Scandinavia
4pm Brazil vs. Puerto Rico
6pm Global Games Select vs. Yugoslavia
8pm USA vs. Canada

FRIDAY, July 4
10am – 1pm Coca-Cola Global Games Skills Competition

SATURDAY, July 5
12pm Medal Round Game
2pm Medal Round Game
4pm Medal Round Game
6pm BRONZE Medal Game
8pm GOLD Medal Game


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