May 11, 2014, 11:59 PM EST
Last Saturday night the final high school all-america game of the spring took place, with the Ball is Life All-America game being played at Long Beach City College in Long Beach, Calif. While Jordan McLaughlin (headed to USC), Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre (both headed to Kansas) were unable to play due to injury the game did not lack for star power.
Players such as Stanley Johnson (Arizona), Shaqquan Aaron (Louisville) and Tyler Ulis (Kentucky) participated, and as is the case with all-star games there was no shortage of offensive highlights. Above is a video of a few of those plays.
Video credit: Ball is Life
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