Did you go to the Galen Center on Saturday for the high school extravaganza that included the Sierra Canyon and Mater Dei boys’ and girls’ teams?
Well, if you did, then you know parking was $45! Some lots were charging $60!
For high school games.
But hey, Caleb Williams, Malachi Nelson and Andy Enfield were all courtside so it didn’t matter. Scottie Pippen and Kenny Smith too.
In the featured game, Sierra Canyon’s boys’ team defeated Wheeler (Ga.), 66-55.
Wheeler featured future USC players Isaiah Collier and Arrington Page. Collier, the No. 1 point guard in the nation, scored 17 points on 5 for 16 shooting. Page added eight points.
“His ability to push the ball, I think, is going to be huge for USC,” Sierra Canyon coach Andre Chevalier said of Collier.
“He’s probably the most skilled player that we played all year long,” Chevalier said of Page.
Bronny James, the son of LeBron James, had 22 points for Sierra Canyon.