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Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 at 4:15 pm  |  14 responses

Video: Adonis Thomas – Winner’s Mentality

Check out 6-6, 210-pound Adonis Thomas, arguably the top wing in the nation. The aptly named forward has the championship pedigree: He won a state championship last season as a junior and earned his second gold medal this summer in Germany at the U17 World Championship. While Thomas’ perimeter game needs polish, he’s an elite finisher and shot creator. Will this Memphis native become a hometown hero and stay in the M? Or will he take his talents to Knoxville to play for the Volunteers?


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  • Thunder Dan

    I played with this man in a fall league. I say man because he’s obviously not a boy. Real Deal

  • snasty10

    he looks dirty

  • JTaylor21

    Are you talking rugged in your face dirty or back woods country durty?

  • nastierthanu4
  • PlanetAsia14

    @Nastierthanu4: That was hilarious! Anyway, onto Adonis Thomas… It’s a good thing his uncle is Tim Thomas, they’ll be sure to work on that three point jumper of his.

  • ktokyo

    wow. can’t believe that guy is 17!? Looks like he could be in the league now.

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    another one of those kid with a game polished ahead of his year. A Mike Gilchrist kinda player. You can tell he’s learned from the best, really smooth around the basket with both hands and everyone talks about what court vision he has. NBA ready

  • MAM

    Jamal Mashburn

  • Ronald

    Meh.

  • http://www.centercourtbasketball.com CCB

    Best part about it, the kid has one of the highest GPA’s at his school. His dad was a very good high school player from Hillcrest H.S. in Memphis so he got the genes honestly. He is a talented, very gifted athlete and can play the 1-5 in high school. Every level so far he has earned a championship starting with his AAU time. Very classy kid who is definitely a pro.
    Chris B.
    http://www.arch-usa.com

  • dez

    that watermelon was a headshot

  • Jumper

    that floater off post pivot is Durant-esque, very smooth.

  • The Philosopher

    Tim Hardaway still to this day has the most copied move in basketball history.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tri4HZnPD0Q Witness

    Click my name! Leave a comment.

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