The 24 best high school basketball seniors in the country will take the floor at the United Center for the annual McDonald's All-American Game, an exhibition of talent that's part NBA All-Star Game and part college basketball preview for the next season.
Two of the stars of last year's game were Duke's Jabari Parker and Kentucky's Julius Randle, and both of those teams will in all likelihood lose their star players to the 2014 NBA Draft. But the Blue Devils and Wildcats are reloading, each leading the Class of 2014 with four signees playing in Wednesday's McDonald's game.
The North Carolina Tar Heels has three signees on the roster. Two schools have two: the UCLA Bruins and the Kansas Jayhawks. Several schools have one All-American each: the Indiana Hoosiers, the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Maryland Terrapins, the Seton Hall Pirates, the Arizona Wildcats, the SMU Mustangs, the Stanford Cardinal and the UNLV Rebels.
The one undecided player in the game is Myles Turner, a 7'0 center from Euless, Texas. He's said to be considering Kansas and Texas among other schools, according to 247 Sports.
The game tips at 9:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday and can be watched terrestrially on ESPN. However, streaming and radio options exist.
Stream: ESPN3/WatchESPN mobile app
Radio: Sirius XM, College Sports Nation (channel 91)