Kentucky head coach John Calipari along with assistant Orlango Antigua are among those in the gym at Rancho High School to see Quincy Miller
of D-One Sports and Westchester Academy (High Point, N.C.)
Miller is doing his part to keep D-One Sports in the game against the Florida Rams, but it's been a struggle and the North Carolina-based team is down nine with under seven minutes remaining. It's nothing new for Miller and D-One, who have struggled to win games on the summer circuit over the last two years – and that's my only question about the immensely-talented 6-foot-10 forward.
No team that Miller has been part of to this point in his career has had much success. Maybe he is just in the wrong situations, but there are plenty of stars who have a conspicuous knack for being on losing teams.
He's entertaining though, crushing a couple of dunks and then stepping out to display his 3-point range in this one. As I type, he just executed a nice pump-and-go, step-through dunk.
Teammate Deuce Bello – easily the best high school dunker in America – has also turned in three highlight-quality jams in this one, which is almost a disappointing effort from him.
UPDATE: Miller finished with 34 points in a losing effort.