Its scary to think these guys played on the same high school team. Most of them were Mcdonalds All-Americans, many starred in college, and some even went to the pros. Imagine having to play defense on these guys in high school. These are just a few, if there are some you have witnessed or heard of please share.
Rajon Rondo (Kentucky) Josh Smith (NBA)
Joe Forte (North Carolina) Keith Bogans (Kentucky)
Dwight Howard (NBA) Javaris Crittenton (Georgia Tech)
Luol Deng (Duke) Charlie Villanueva (Uconn)
Andre Barrett (Seton Hall) Kenny Satterfield (Cincinnati)
Daniel Ewing (Duke) T.J Ford (Texas)
Corey Fisher (Nova) Dexter Strickland (North Carolina)
John Wall (Kentucky) C.J Leslie ( North Carolina State)
Will Bynum ( Georgia Tech) Tony Allen (Oklahoma State)
Brook Lopez (Stanford) Robin Lopez (Stanford)
Gerald Henderson (Duke) Wayne Ellington ( North Carolina)
Derrick Caracter (Utep) Paul Harris (Syracuse)
Mike Conley Jr. (Ohio State) Greg Oden (Ohio State)
Tyshaun Prince (Kentucky) Tyson Chandler (NBA)
Brandon Jennings (Italy) Nolan Smith (Duke)
Kevin Garnett (NBA) Ronnie Fields (CBA)
Malik Hairston (Oregon) Joe Crawford (Kentucky)
high school... those magical years when white guys get to play basketball
Cool, there we certainly some great white High School tandems as well, trust me i saw a few.
Tommy Mason-Griffin(Oklahoma) and Tiny Gallon(Oklahoma). They both went to Oak Hill in 2008-09.
rose and gorden
mayo and bill walker
John Wall and CJ Leslie
Tristan Thompson and Cory Joseph- won 2 National Titles in a Row!
Khem Birch, and Micheal Carter Williams
Myck Kabongo and Anthony Bennett
Lebron James and ( Insert name here) most dominant high school basketball player ever too bad this Kobe guy is better now
Quincy Miller and Deuce Bello at Westchester Country Day are a very good tandem in high school and will both end up in the league
he's right on this one- they did the double alley oop on us a couple years ago
The Lopez twins also had Quincy Pondexter on their high school team as well
Best tandems ive seen is Kyrie Irving and Michael Gilchrist of St. Patrick (NJ), they'll be considered up there when they get to the nba.