Baker just keeps going and going
Last fall, two of the country's top girl's basketball recruits flew long distances to work with him. South Carolina-signee Kelsey Bone, No. 2 in the 2009 class came from Texas. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, a top 2011 recruit, came from Southern California.
They laughed about how Ganon Baker, the director of the Nike Skills Academies, laid out Mosqueda-Lewis during a drill at the national session in Beaverton last summer. They also recounted Ganon-isms such as, "Split the crack, break your Momma's ...
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