The McDonald's All-American Game brings together the top senior high school basketball players in the country and once again, the event is back in Chicago. It all gets underway with the girls' game at the United Center, followed by the boys' game at 8:30 p.m. CT.
The star of the 2013 game this year is not a player, but the University of Kentucky. The school has a record six McDonald's All-Americans committed to play for the Wildcats next season: Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, Dakari Johnson, Marcus Lee, Julius Randle and James Young.
Kentucky could even add to their haul, too. Andrew Wiggins, who is widely considered the top player in the Class of 2013, is undecided, but has Kentucky has one of his finalists. He will also play in the Wednesday's game.
Jabari Parker, who is committed to Duke, earned the Morgan Wootten Male Player of the Year Award last month. Demetrrius Jackson won the skills contest on Monday and Chris Walker took home the slam dunk competition.
The boys' game will be televised live on ESPN, while the girls' game will be shown on ESPNU at 6 p.m. CT.
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