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The East Nashville Magnet varsity basketball team has a home non-conference game vs. Franklin (TN) on Tuesday, November 14 @ 7:30p.
Host Chris Stonebraker presents the five plays that attracted the most viewers. Read Article Get Notified
Welcome to the East Nashville Magnet basketball team wall. The most current information will appear at the top of the wall dating back to prior seasons.
Utilize the left navigation tools to find past seasons, game schedules, rosters and more. Best of luck this winter!
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Player of the Year Michael Porter Jr. headlines our 12th annual look at high school basketball’s best. Read Article Get Notified
Michael Porter Jr. leads Seattle’s Nathan Hale High School to final No. 1 ranking. Read Article Get Notified
Congratulations to #10 Marques Whitmon for being selected the East Nashville Magnet Basketball Player of the Game. Box Score
East Nashville Magnet's stats have been entered for the loss vs. Maplewood on 3/1/2017. Box Score Stats by Game Stats by Player Get Notified
With a week left to go in the season, four teams from the Upper Midwest join the rankings after winning state titles. Read Article Get Notified
View spectacular images captured by our network of professional photographers across the country. Read Article Get Notified
Tennessee’s Memphis East and Missouri’s Webster Groves put exclamation points on big seasons with state championship blowouts. Read Article Get Notified
New state champs in Arkansas, Georgia and Texas solidify national status. Read Article Get Notified
Full-court shots, half-court buzzer-beaters, miraculous finishes and amazing dunks are part of our compilation of must-see high school plays. Read Article Get Notified
Is the race for final No. 1 ranking over? Top-ranked Nathan Hale wins state title and star Michael Porter Jr. says his high school career has come to an end. Read Article Get Notified