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17U Illinois Wolves 2-1 At UA New York

The 17U Illinois Wolves are 2-1 thus far this weekend at the New York stop of the Under Armour Association.

The Wolves lost to KC Run GMC on Friday ahead of knocking off Team Superstar and BMore's Finest on Saturday.

Nate Kennell (Metamora) continued his strong play by scoring 20 points against Team Superstar and 10 points against BMore's Finest.

The Wolves will play Philly Pride at 1:00 p.m. EST. They have already qualified for the UA Finals in July.

The Wolves are 8-3 overall and tied for first in the Hungry Division of the UA Association.

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Mac Irvin Falls To PSA, Athlete's First

The 17U Mac Irvin Fire opened the Minneapolis stop of the Nike EYBL Circuit on Saturday with losses to the PSA Cardinals (NY) and Athlete's First (OK).

Charlie Moore (Morgan Park) and Zach Norvell (Simeon) led the way for the Fire in both contests.

Moore did all he could to lead a late rally against PSA including sending the game into overtime. Moore and Norvell combined to score 41 of the Fire's 62 points in the 64-62 loss in overtime. Moore scored 21 with Norvell adding 20 points.

The Fire held an early double-digit advantage ahead of falling to Athlete's First 71-64. Moore and Norvell each scored 19 points to lead the way. Nick Robinson (Kenwood) added 10 points.

The Fire will play Pro Skills at 11:00 a.m. today and Wings Elite at 5:00 p.m. Both games are available for live viewing on

The Fire currently hold a 7-7 overall record in the EYBL.

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Video: Cliff Alexander NBA Draft Workout

Here is video from City League Hoops TV featuring former Chicago Curie standout Cliff Alexander during an NBA Draft workout with Priority Sports.

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Meanstreets Falls To Team Final, NYL

17U Meanstreets opened the Minneapolis stop of the Nike EYBL Circuit on Saturday with a tough loss to Team Final (PA) ahead of falling to the New York Lightning.

Josh Thomas (Simeon), James Jones (Bogan) and Lorenzo Edwards (Lake Forest) led the way against Team Final. Thomas scored 19 points with Jones and Edwards each scoring 17 points.

Thomas has been steady and consistent for Meanstreets all spring and continues to enhance his stock. Edwards has steadily improved inside throughout the spring.

Meanstreets will play the Jackson Tigers at 9:30 a.m. today ahead of playing Team CP3 at 5:00 p.m. Both games are available for live viewing on

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Report: Cunningham Looking At 4 Schools

Bradley transfer and former Chicago Morgan Park standout Josh Cunningham is considering four schools according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.

Illinois, Dayton, Mississippi State and Colorado State are under consideration per Rothstein.

Cunningham, a 6'7 forward, averaged 7.9 points and 7.5 rebounds per contest as a freshman at Bradley. He was considered a top 100 recruit out of high school.

Cunningham has three years of playing eligibility remaining.

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