NBA All-Star Players selected in HS for McDonalds All-American teams
The McDonald's All-American designation began in 1977. At the end of the high-school basketball season, top American players are selected to play in an All-Star Game with the players distributed in East-West teams. In this annual event boys also compete in slam dunk and three-point shooting contest. This is the starting point for some players that in a few years maybe could make their dreams come true and became NBA All-Stars.
Until 2016, there are
NBA All-Star players with prior HS All-American
experience. The last additions to this list are DeMar
DeRozan and Anthony Davis in 2014, and DeMarcus Cousins in
Players in blue are still playing on the NBA.
More McDonalds All-American Game info (Wikipedia)
McDonalds All-American official site
NBA All-Star players inducted to the Hall of Fame
Players who played the NBA All-Star Game in their rookie season
Players who missed the NBA All-Star Game
Players who made a double-double in the NBA All-Star Game
Players who were traded in their All-Star Game season
Players who were starters in their first NBA All-Star Game
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