Friday, May 18th, 2012 at 4:50 pm  |  11 responses

Video: Jabari Parker Junior Season Mixtape

All the best highlights from Parker’s championship season.

We could go on about 6-8, 220-pound forward Jabari Parker. But chances are, you’ve probably read a thing or two recently about the rising senior from Chi-Town. So, we’ll leave the rest to BallisLife, who filmed 27 of Parker’s games this past season. You’ll find the best highlights in the video above.

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  • http://slamonline.com Nella

    I think the comparisons to the Truth are pretty spot on. This kid does a lot of things well, and has a pretty polished game already. I’m kind of glad he’s not a true freak athlete, because it seems like he’s working on the little things in his game.

  • Bola

    You have a point, he looks better than the 2012 class of shabbazz and the rest. His game looks polished like you said. Hopefully, he becomes great in the future.

  • http://twitter.com/RidiculousDrew drew

    the old head @ 4:05 >

  • http://www,slamonline.com S-Mills

    Man i cant get enough of this kid, he has a great game!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    The thing that amazes me the most is how he’s already working in the post, and he seems to know what he wants to do when he gets there, atleast he has a certain amount of moves he could use. He’s only a junior. This kid will be good.

  • r2j

    He’s gonna be a great player and become a better pro in the NBA.

  • http://slamonline.com Mars

    MELO 2.0

  • http://www.slamonline.com Rasho Nesterovic

    This kids game is nice, its cool to see a high school mixtape thats not all just some manchild dunkin on kids.

  • wishuwould247

    This kid to be a rising senior is good. His balance could be slightly better but hes young and appears to going in the right direction. Reminds me of Carmelo alittle. I also like the fact that hes the star of a winning team in Chicago, thats big.

  • Lee

    Tough to tell from a highlight reel, but he doesn’t look as explosive as Lebron. Seems more like Paul Pierce with slightly more athleticism.

  • Josh

    Why do these kids who look good against midgets not play up an age group? I never understood this, in Europe if your good enough, you play up?