Las Vegas Sun Honors the Valley’s Best High School Basketball Players During Press Conference and Photo Shoot, Nov. 12

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Vegas Sun Honors The Valley’s Best High School basketball Players During Press Conference and Photo Shoot, Nov. 12
Annual event honors best teams, top 14 notable players including Troy Brown Jr.

 

WHAT: The award-winning Las Vegas Sun will hold a press conference at South Point Hotel and Casino in honor of the city’s most promising high school basketball players on Thursday, Nov. 12. The conference will be presented in two parts—a top 10 team presentation and followed by a Super Seven preseason player showcase. Las Vegas Sun’s Senior Sports Editor Raymond Brewer has selected ten teams as the preseason’s best bets, and from 5 to 7 p.m. players and coaches will be interviewed and photographed for LasVegasSun.com. From 9 p.m., the seven girls and seven boys picked as the “Super Seven” stars by Brewer will be presented with a special jersey. They will be interviewed and photographed for LasVegasSun.com.

Among the talented individuals will be Troy Brown Jr. of Centennial High School, one of the top-five college recruits in the nation and Chuck O’Bannon of Gorman High School, a five-star recruit and son of UCLA great Charles O’Bannon.

WHEN:   4:30 p.m. coaches and players arrive
5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Las Vegas Sun honors the preseason top 10, along with interviews and photos
7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Las Vegas Sun honors the Super Seven, along with interviews and photos

WHO: Raymond Brewer, Las Vegas Sun’s senior sports editor
Troy Brown Jr. of Centennial High School
Chuck O’Bannon of Gorman High School
2015 Super Seven athletes

WHERE: South Point Hotel and Casino
9777 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89183

DETAILS:   The preseason top 10 teams and the Super Seven will be showcased on LasVegasSun.com with game-to-game statistics and photographs where fans can track progress throughout the season.

“We realize the importance of high school basketball in our community and take pride in celebrating it with readers,” Brewer said. “Each year, our coverage evolves to include more opportunities for players to have their achievements documented.”

For more information on the 2015 Super Seven, please visit LasVegasSun.com.

About Las Vegas Sun
Las Vegas Sun is owned by Brian Greenspun and has been a daily newspaper since 1950. In 2014, the Nevada Press Association honored Las Vegas Sun with more than 126 awards including 54 first place honors such as “Best Feature Story,”“Best Nonstaff Story,” “Best Business News Story,” “Best Multimedia Story,” “Best Sports Column,” “Best News Photo Coverage” and many more. Las Vegas Sun’s website was also honored in Editor & Publisher magazine’s 2013 EPPY™ Awards for “Grace Through Grief,” a seven chapter online editorial series. The in-depth feature received two EPPY™ Awards including “Best News or Event Feature on a Website with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over” and “Best Use of Photography on a Website with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over.” In 2012, LasVegasSun.com was recognized as the country’s top “Newspaper Affiliated Website” in the National Headliner Awards.

 

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