2012 McDonald's All-American Boys Game

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2012 McDonald's All-American Boys Game
1st Half 2nd Half Total
East 46 56 102
West 58 48 106
Date March 28, 2012
Arena United Center
City Chicago, Illinois
MVP/MOP Shabazz Muhammad
Network ESPN
Announcers Bob Wischusen (play–by–play)
Stephen Bardo &
Jay Williams (color commentators)
McDonald's All-American
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The 2012 McDonald's All-American Boys Game was an All-star basketball game that was played on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, home of the Chicago Bulls. The game's rosters will feature the best and most highly recruited high school boys graduating in 2012. The game was the 35th, sice annual version of the McDonald's All-American Game first played in 1978. Chicago is the first city to host the game in back-to-back years.[1]

West Roster[edit]


# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Hometown High school College choice
10 Brandon Ashley 6'8" 215 F Oakland, CA Findlay Prep Arizona
33 Isaiah Austin 7'0" 210 C Arlington, TX Grace Prep Baylor
22 Anthony Bennett 6'8" 230 F Brampton, ON Findlay Prep UNLV
1 Yogi Ferrell 5'11" 160 G Greenfield, IN Park Tudor Indiana
24 Archie Goodwin 6'5" 180 G Sherwood, AR Sylvan Hills Kentucky
11 Grant Jerrett 6'10" 220 F La Verne, CA Lutheran Arizona
15 Shabazz Muhammad 6'6" 215 F Las Vegas, NV Bishop Gorman UCLA
5 Marcus Paige 6'1" 160 G Marion, IA Linn-Mar North Carolina
21 Devonta Pollard 6'7" 200 F De Kalb, MS Kemper County Alabama
55 Cameron Ridley 6'10" 230 C Fort Bend, TX Bush Texas
3 Marcus Smart 6'4" 200 G Flower Mound, TX Marcus Oklahoma State
35 Rasheed Sulaimon 6'3" 175 G Houston, TX Strake Jesuit College Prep Duke

East Roster[edit]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Hometown High school College choice
Kyle Anderson 6'7" 210 G/F Fairview, NJ St. Anthony UCLA
DaJuan Coleman 6'9" 275 C Dewitt, NY DeWitt Syracuse
Kris Dunn 6'3" 180 G New London, CT New London Providence
Perry Ellis 6'8" 220 F Wichita, KS Wichita Heights Kansas
Shaquille Goodwin 6'8" 245 F Decatur, GA Southwest DeKalb Memphis
Gary Harris 6'5" 195 G Indianapolis, IN Hamilton Southeastern Michigan State
Amile Jefferson 6'7" 190 F Philadelphia, PA Friends' Central Duke
Tyler Lewis 5'11" 165 G Statesville, NC Oak Hill Academy NC State
Tony Parker 6'9" 270 C Lithonia, GA Miller Grove UCLA
Alex Poythress 6'8" 215 F Clarksville, TN Northeast Kentucky
Rodney Purvis 6'4" 190 G Raleigh, NC Upper Room Christian Academy NC State
T. J. Warren 6'7" 205 F Durham, NC Brewster Academy NC State


The West team was coached by:

The East team was coached by:

The west team defeated the east team 106-102, with Shabazz Muhammad named the MVP of the game with 21 points and 6 rebounds.


  • Monday, March 26: Powerade Jamfest
    • Slam Dunk Contest
    • Three-Point Shoot-out
    • Timed Basketball Skills Competition
  • Wednesday, March 28: 35th Annual Boys All-American Game
      • Thursday, March 29: 35th Annual Hudson Trophy Presentation

The Powerade JamFest is a skills-competition evening featuring basketball players who demonstrate their skills in three crowd-entertaining ways. The slam dunk contest was first held in 1987, and a 3-point shooting challenge was added in 1989. A timed basketball skills competition was added to the schedule of events in 2009.

Contest Winners[edit]

  • The 2012 Powerade Slam Dunk contest was won by Shabazz Muhammad. The winner of the 2012 3-point shoot-out was Rasheed Sulaimon. The winner of the basketball skills competition was Tyler


See also[edit]

2012 McDonald's All-American Girls Game


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