Shabazz Muhammad applauding after scoring a basket
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Bishop Gorman basketball star Shabazz Muhammad put on a show in the second half for the Dream Vision team at the Adidas Super 64 Tournament at Rancho High School.
Muhammad, who said after the game he was playing on a strained ligament in his foot, was held in check in the first half, but opened the second half with a spectacular slam dunk and carried his team on his shoulders the rest of the way.
Several big name college basketball coaches were on hand to see Muhammad play, including Kansas Coach Bill Self, Kentucky's John Calipari, Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, UCLA's Ben Howland, and UNLV's Dave Rice.
"It's just a blessing to have all these coaches here to see us play," Muhammad said. "It's a true blessing to be playing basketball."
Muhammad was recently named the top prospect in the Rivals150 and currently has listed Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, Texas, Texas A&M, Memphis, UCLA, and UNLV as schools he is considering.