What High Schools Have Graduated the Most NBA Players?

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What High Schools Have Graduated the Most NBA Players?
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Michael is the only eventual NBA player Emsley Laney High School ever produced

The preps to pros era is over, so the connection of high school basketball programs to the NBA organization is not as discussed as it was 10 years ago.  The subject did come up recently, while discussing with friends, about the former Martin Luther King high school players who've made the NBA.  Surprisingly, the school has only produced three NBA players.  None of them made a huge impact on the league.

So it got me thinking—what high school has graduated the most eventual NBA players?  Some great players have been their high school's only NBA representative.  Michael Jordan (Laney) and Shaquille O'Neal (Cole) fall into this category.  Only one other player hails from Kobe Bryant's alma mater, Lower Merion (Jim Brogan).  This is also the case for LeBron James' high school home, Saint Vincent St. Mary, as Jerome Lane of Pitt fame is the only other to hail from that school.

Here are the top 10 NBA player-producing high schools...

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