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Your Choice, Which area is the biggest hotbed for talent Washington (State) vs. Illinois vs. Washington D.C?

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Your Choice, Which area is the biggest hotbed for talent Washington (State) vs. Illinois vs. Washington D.C?

This list is only of players in the league today, and based off of The players potential when they were coming to the league. They were all born in these states, even though some transferred high schools.

Washington-Avery Bradley, Jon Brockman, Aaron Brooks, Jamal Crawford, Spencer Hawes, Nate Robinson, Brandon Roy, Rodney Stuckey, Jason Terry, Isaiah Thomas, Martell Webster, Marvin Williams, Terrence Williams, and Tony Wroten.

Illinois- Tony Allen, Shannon Brown, Will Bynum, Brian Cardinal, Brian Cook, Eddy Curry, Luke Harangody, Juwan Howard, Andre Igoudala, Armon Johnson, Deandre Liggins, Shaun Livingston, Corey Maggette, Shawn Marion, Jason Maxiel, Nazr Mohammed, Steve Novak, Jannero and Jeremy Pargo, Anthony Parker, Quentin Richardson, Derek Rose, Iman Shumpert, Bobby Simmons, James Singleton, Evan Turner and Dwyane Wade


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Accidently pressed enter,

Accidently pressed enter, about to post the full post.

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Texas

Washington, Illinios, DC area have all produce a lot of talent, but right now the place to recruit is Texas. Texas has top flight talent entering college and is deep in talent in high school right now. To name a few off the top of my head: Harrison Twins, Winslow, Randle, Suliamon, Jones, and a bunch of Big men.

Im dissappointed of the small amount of basketball talent out of the Bay Area. Top blue chip talent is rare, a few solid players every year but not the depth of players.

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All those.guy are from

All those.guy are from Washington the state not the DC area in Maryland

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I accidently pressed enter

I accidently pressed enter before I typed The D.C area players, and I did a 2nd post with the full list but it seems as if NBAdraft.net took it down, I have no idea why, The list is based off of where the players were born and players who are in the NBA today.

But for the DMV/DC Area- the list is- Deron Williams, OJ Mayo, Bill Walker, Keith Bogans, Justin Harper, Vernon Macklin, Julyan Stone, Reggie Williams, Ed Davis, James White, Kevin Durant, Chris Johnson, John Lucas, Sam Young, Roger Mason, Patrick Patterson, Delonte West, Jeff Green, Dajuan Summers, Josh Selby, Gary Neal, Ty Lawson, Jarrett Jack, Rudy Gay, Jerome Dyson, Dante Cunningham, Michael Beasley

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Well it looks like your

Well it looks like your giving us West Virginia too...hmmm ill take it, but doesnt make much sense honestly its about 4-5 hours away

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West Virginia and Virgina

West Virginia and Virgina were originally one, that's the reason I did that.

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