The SLAM Summer Classic welcomed basketball’s top high school talent to New York City on Saturday, showcasing the game’s next generation.
The regional and national games did not disappoint, with players showing up for the occasion.
Flau’jae Johnson of Georgia captured MVP honors for the national game, putting on a show with her ball-handling skills.
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Mia Pauldo took home the regional Summer Classic MVP award, knocking down 30 points in a dominant performance.
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If the SLAM Summer Classic is an indication, the future of women’s hoops is in excellent hands.