The Pangos All-American Camp is
one of the top high-school basketball events, where the nation’s
top prospects have an opportunity to showcase their talent in front
of NBA scouts and media.
Over the years, many NBA stars
have shined at Pangos, including Anthony Davis, James Harden,
Russell Westbrook, Bradley Beal, Ben Simmons, Zach LaVine, John
Wall, Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan and Jrue Holiday among
In 2016, future NBA lottery
picks Deandre Ayton, Michael Porter Jr. and Trae Young shined at
the camp. In 2019, Cade Cunningham and Evan Mobley were co-winners
of the camp’s Most Outstanding Player award, and now
they’re projected to be
top picks in the 2021
“It is an absolute necessity for
my scouting process, as it gives me the opportunity to get an
up-close look at the top high-school players in the country,” said
BasketballNews.com’s NBA Draft analyst Matt Babcock.
This year, the 19th-annual
Pangos All-American Camp will be held from June 6-8 at Tarkanian
Basketball Academy in Las Vegas, NV.
Dinos Trigonis, the director of
the event, told BasketballNews.com that he’s expecting 26-to-30 NBA
teams in attendance. Two years ago, 29 NBA teams were in the
building to scout players.
So far, 26 NBA teams have
requested a credential for the event including the Los Angeles
Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State
Warriors, Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago
Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Toronto Raptors, Charlotte Hornets, New
York Knicks, Houston Rockets, Phoenix Suns, Detroit Pistons,
Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Sacramento Kings,
Orlando Magic and Utah Jazz.
“Dinos Trigonis does a terrific
job putting together showcase events and he does a ton of them now,
with the Pangos All-American Camp being the best of them all,”
Babcock said. “I’ll be in attendance this year in Las Vegas, and I
have the event penciled into my schedule every year.”
For those who want to watch the
action from home, all games will be streamed on