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Finalists named for Naismith Trophy Boys Basketball Coach of the Year

Coaches of the boys basketball teams currently ranked Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10 in the Super 25 are the five finalists announced Thursday for the Naismith Trophy High School Boys Basketball Coach of the Year. 70 more words


Michael Porter Jr. scores 39 to lead No. 1 Nathan Hale to first league title since 1994

Nathan Hale (Seattle) is the Metro League champion for the first time since 1994 after a 91-58 victory against Garfield on Friday night.

It is the third time this season that the Raiders, ranked No. 277 more words

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The State of Basketball in Seattle

Thanks to Graham for this question on Whale.

First, we have to start with Nathan Hale High School which has the number one boys basketball team in the nation… 259 more words


Michael Porter Jr. and the Nathan Hale Raiders defeat Oak Hill Acdemy at Hoophall Classic

All-American Micheal Porter Jr. shows off his skills while defeating No. 7 Oak Hill Academy

January 16, 2017- Seattle Washington newest elite basketball player Michael Porter Jr. 351 more words


Les Schwab Invitational: Michael Porter Jr. does it all to lead Nathan Hale over No. 2 Sierra Canyon

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Michael Porter Jr. showed his complete game, filling the box score and making a key defensive play, as No. 13 Nathan Hale (Seattle) downed No. 240 more words

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Brandon Roy Is Starting From The Bottom When It Comes To His Coaching Career

Brandon Roy, as basketball fans know him now, is a tragic figure. He was a star immediately upon entering the league, making three All-Star appearances in his first four seasons, but his knees completely gave out in his fifth, and he retired at age 28 after a failed comeback attempt. 395 more words


Former NBA star Brandon Roy, No. 22 Nathan Hale (Seattle) got big assist from a map

Basketball Preview: Nathan Hale, with coach Brandon Roy, standing under spotlight

(w/preseason all-state teams). https://t.co/LZ4X56WkDN pic.twitter.com/h9CHc7vBKg

— Seattle Times Preps (@seatimespreps) November 28, 2016

Seemingly overnight, Nathan Hale (Seattle) went from a 3-18 outfit a year ago to No.

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