Ben Simmons was outstanding playing for "Each 1 Teach 1 Elite" (E1T1) in the tournament. He was consistently used as a point forward utilizing his size and his ball skills to take over the tournament and solidifying his position as the #1 prospect in the 2015 recruiting class.
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Wow he can dunk and make lay ups!!!!!!!!
Reply41 months
Dude is a beast!
Reply41 months
He finishes around the rim with his right hand but dribbles and shoots with his left. Very interesting but almost every single layup/dunk is with his right.
Reply41 months
Kid is so smooth. He's a lefty but he is nice with either hand whether it's dribbling or finishing at the hoop.
Reply41 months
He is not gonna do that. One of his former teammates Dante Exum recently went this route, but Ben wants to play at LSU.
Reply41 months
Someone told me he was going to skip HS and play in Europe ... anyone heard of this?
Reply41 months
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