Attn: Basketball Fans

bill7337 at WORKLOAD.COM bill7337 at WORKLOAD.COM
Fri Aug 1 15:48:23 EST 1997


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If you love college basketball then you know National Championships are
really won durign the July recruiting period.

Two years ago Michael Bibby was nothing more than a skinny, soon-to-be high
school senior from Phoenix. That summer he dominated at the Nike All-American
Camp in the RCA Dome in Indianapolis. Eighteen months later, in the same
building, he led Arizona to a national title.

If you like to stay on top of college basketball, then you need to follow the
game 12 months a year. And we have the sources for insider information you
crave - Basketball Times and Future Stars Magazines.

Both are now available on the World Wide Web:

<A HREF="http://futurestars.com">http://futurestars.com </A>

<A HREF="http://basketballtimes.com">http://basketballtimes.com </A>

As well in the print form that has made both a staple of basketball fans for
20 years.

This summer, FUTURE STARS ONLINE will cover the summer camp, AAU Tournament
and recruiting scene like no other source ever has. We will update our
website with daily reports from a handful of the nation's top recruiting
camps, including the Nike Camp, adidas ABCD and the adidas Big Time AAU
Tournament.

This will be in addition to the complete coverage our subscribers enjoy. We
provide you the latest and most accurate recruiting information about where
the nation's top players are headed and whom your favorite school is
recruiting. Not to mention talent ratings, features and all the gossip.

It's faster and more complete than newsletters and cheaper then 900-lines.
There has never been anything like it before. If you like to follow
recruiting, you will love Futrue Stars Online.

As a free sample here are the nation's top 10 high school players:
1. Korleone Young 6-7 Hargrave (VA) Military
2. Tayshaun Prince 6-8 Compton (CA) Dominguez
3. Jaron Rush  6-7 Kansas City (MO) Pembroke Hills
4. Vincent Yarbrough 6-6 Cleveland (TN)
5. Corey Maggette 6-5 Oak Park (IL) Fenwick
6. Rashard Lewis 6-9 Alief (TX) Alief-Elsik
7. Ron Curry  6-3 Hampton (VA)
8. Stromile Swift 6-8 Shreveport (Fair Park) LA
9. Paris London 6-7 Memphis (Hamilton) TN
10. Frank Williams 6-3 Peoria (Manual) IL

Meanwhile BASKETBALL TIMES will continue to provide the best in analysis,
feature writing and behind-the-scenes coverage that has made it a must read
in the basketball world for two decades. With columnists such as Dick Vitale,
Larry Donald, Bob Ryan, Dick "Hoops" Weiss and Mike DeCourcy, as well as
award-winning feature writers, BT covers all levels of the game including
NBA, major college, women, junior college, small college and preps.

There is no finer source of info on the game anywhere.

To sign up for access to our website, please visit it and fill out the
subscription form.

To order a print subscription send a check or money order, plus your mailing
information, to:
The Hoop Group
P.O. Box 1269
Pinehurst, N.C. 28374

A one-year, 12-issue print subscription to Basketball Times is $37.50
A one-year, 12-issue print subscription to Future Stars is $45

Or use your Visa, Master Card or Discover Card and call (910) 295-5559

Or email us at Hoop at lsi.net

If can't get enough basketball news, then you must get Basketball Times and
Future Stars.

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