Bronny James, Zaire Wade, Sierra Canyon Beat Giannis' Brother Alex, Dominican

Blake SchusterContributor IIIJanuary 19, 2020

Sierra Canyon's Bronny James, left, plays defense against Dominican during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020, in Springfield, Mass. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan)
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The Hoophall Classic drew another packed house in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Saturday as budding stars Bronny James and Zaire Wade brought their Sierra Canyon team into a matchup with Alex Antetokounmpo—brother of Giannis—and Dominican High School.

Alexandra Francisco @Al5Francisco

Lots of people on their feet trying to get a glimpse at Bronny James and Sierra Canyon’s warmups #HoophallClassic https://t.co/cHUNnSeqoa

Sierra Canyon jumped ahead to a 45-18 halftime lead before finishing the night with a 90-57 victory.

Who's Next @WhosNextHS

The Sierra Canyon Show doesn't stop 😈 BJ Boston Bronny James Amari Bailey and Shy Odom all get in on the fun @SCanyonSports @espn @bboston_ @Showtime_shy #sierracanyon #espn #showtime https://t.co/K7mK8REkfJ

Wade tallied seven points and James finished with three, while Antetokounmpo came up with 10 points, eight rebounds and two assists.

Antetokounmpo was also on the receiving end of an impressive dunk from University of Kentucky-bound small forward BJ Boston.

Hoophall Classic @HoophallClassic

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Boston—a 5-star small forward recruit, per 247Sports—is expected to join the ranks of one-and-done players for the Wildcats next season.