Les Schwab Invitational 2021: Day 5 highlights, top stars, statistical leaders

The 25th annual Les Schwab Invitational boys basketball tournament concluded Thursday at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

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Les Schwab Invitational 2021: Day 4 highlights, top stars, statistical leaders

The 25th annual Les Schwab Invitational boys basketball tournament continued Wednesday at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

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Les Schwab Invitational 2021: Day 3 highlights, top stars, statistical leaders

The 25th annual Les Schwab Invitational boys basketball tournament continued Tuesday at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

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Les Schwab Invitational 2021: Day 2 highlights, top stars, statistical leaders

The 25th annual Les Schwab Invitational boys basketball tournament continued Monday at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

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Les Schwab Invitational 2021: Day 1 highlights, top stars, statistical leaders

The 25th annual Les Schwab Invitational boys basketball tournament tipped off Sunday at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

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‘Gratitude.’ Les Schwab Invitational tournament field sees plenty of late changes, but those involved just grateful for opportunity to take the court

“It means a lot, that they get a chance to do this. … These guys get a chance to be in a platform like this, and not take it for granted, and understand that they’re not only representing the community, but the entire state.”

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LSI turns 25: Looking back at the tournament’s top moments, featuring Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Love and other future NBA greats

Tournament director Reggie Walker says the epic events of the early 2000s “cemented what the LSI was: You’re going to see future NBA players play against Oregon teams.”

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Players to watch at 2021 Les Schwab Invitational, including multiple 5-star basketball recruits and a potential future NFL quarterback

Link Academy from Missouri, Gonzaga College of Washington, D.C., and New Orleans’ Isidore Newman are the national powerhouses coming to the Portland area to compete with several of Oregon’s top boys basketball programs.

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