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Keion Brooks is on TV again (right now)

Did you miss Keion Brooks on national TV yesterday? Good news! His team won so he is back on TV today. Right now, actually.

Brooks and his undefeated La Lumiere squad advanced in the Geico High School Nationals tournament with a double-overtime win over Bishop Gorman on Thursday. Today, La Lumiere gets Steve Smith’s Oak Hill Academy, former home of one Keldon Johnson, in one of the tournament’s two semifinal games in New York City.

Get over to ESPN 2 right now to watch the future Cat.

Yesterday he had 18 points in the win, playing alongside former UK target Isaiah Stewart, the five-star center who ultimately decided to play for Washington next season.

Oak Hill features Cole Anthony, the No. 2 overall player in ESPN’s rankings.

ESPN 2. Right now.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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10 Comments for Keion Brooks is on TV again (right now)



  1. BigJohnC
    5:29 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Is brooks known as a shooter I’ve seen him shoot twice and once an air ball the other a brick



    • runningunnin.454
      5:58 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

      He was just described as a two-way player, and a….stud. I think he’ll be a good one.



  2. dwh58
    6:05 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Starting the second half he scored 7 staight points. One was a three and one off an ally oop. Shot didn’t look great but it went in.



  3. UKinIN
    6:14 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Brooks just fouled on a made three point shot. Seems about right.



  4. BigJohnC
    6:39 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Hopefully cal brings out the fight and energy in this guy. Definitely built for the game



  5. runningunnin.454
    7:05 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Stewart looked pretty good; a lot better than his choice of colleges.



  6. tdub
    7:44 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Brooks looks good!



  7. BLUE WHITE
    7:45 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    How did he look? I didn’t get a chance to watch either game



  8. BigJohnC
    9:38 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

    Plays again tomorrow. He seemed disinterested to me. Maybe I’m just not used to HS games



    • TheMaxCat
      10:59 pm April 5, 2019 Permalink

      What I like about Brooks is he’s a legit 6’8 to 6’9. He is athletic and willing to pass the ball (unselfish). He appears to be a good teammate celebrating teammates success and running to help them up when they went down. He’s also coming out of a successful, team oriented program with excellent coaching. He doesn’t appear to be a one and done but should help as a frosh and grow into a solid to good and possibly very good 2 to 3 year player.