This could be just be a formality, but the folks on North Broad Street would love to make a huge impression on Neumann Goretti five-star point guard Quade Green.
The top Syracuse basketball target for the class of 2017 will visit Temple this Thursday.
Green, a 6-1 point guard from Philadelphia, is rated the No. 22 recruit in the 2017 class by ESPN.com. Green recently cut his list to five schools: Kentucky, Duke, Villanova and Temple, along with Syracuse.
Last weekend's trip to Syracuse was Green’s second official campus visit. He went to Kentucky two weekends ago.
On Saturday, James Harden and Adidas unveiled Harden Vol. 1, the first signature collection from the Houston Rockets star.
Harden was joined by family, friends and local Houston youth basketball teams for a one-of-a-kind shoe debut, unexpected fashion show and surprise performances by H-Town natives Slim Thug and Travis Scott.
“This just shows you that anything is possible, especially young kids that have a dream,” said Harden as he closed out the launch of his first signature collection. “I’m here to create and that’s all there is to it. Once again, thank you to everyone at adidas that helped bring this to life.”
Harden Vol. 1 Pioneer launches December 3 for $140 on adidas.com with additional colorway drops throughout the season. The apparel collection is available this fall.
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