LAS VEGAS -- The LeBron James Skills Academy annually serves as one of the nation’s top camps for elite high school basketball prospects, and this year was no different. Everyone involved in the camp had praise for this group of young men, including ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas, who served as a skill instructor at the camp.
“They were really a good bunch of kids to coach,” Bilas said. “They were receptive to being coached, and that is so important in their development. As far as their ability goes, there were no outright stars but many who could develop into stars someday.”
After three days of camp that included both skill work and game action, here are five things we learned from the 2013 LeBron James Skills Academy.
1. The strength of the 2014 class