How to watch six Georgia high schoolers in McDonald’s All-American game


Six Georgia high school basketball players will play in today’s McDonald’s All-American All-Star games at the United Center in Chicago.

Georgia has record six All-Americans

Georgia’s McDonald’s All-American boys are Wendell Carter of Pace Academy (committed to Duke), Collin Sexton of Pebblebrook (Alabama) and M.J. Walker of Jonesboro (undecided).

The All-American girls are Mikayla Coombs of Wesleyan (UConn), Kasiyahna Kushkituah of St. Francis (Tennessee) and Maya Dodson of St. Francis (Stanford).

See: Maya Dodson attempts dunk at All-American slam contest

Twenty-four high school seniors will participate in the 40th edition of the all-star game.

The girls’ game will begin at 5 p.m. and air on ESPN2. The boys take the court at 7 p.m. on ESPN. Both games will steam online via WatchESPN.

Sexton, of Mableton, won the All-American dunk contest. Watch the final round:

Former McDonald’s All-Americans include Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Collins Hill great Maya Moore.


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