An injury ended his junior season. Now, Jaden Stanley is leading the charge for Evergreen boys basketball this spring.

Evergreen (Vancouver) boys basketball senior guard Jaden Stanley and head coach Brett Henry joined SBLive Washington’s 2021 basketball media day to talk about how they stayed focused during the long shutdown, the Plainsmen’s program momentum coming off of a 3A state tournament appearance in 2020 and watching a former Plainsmen standout Robert Franks make his NBA debut.

Stanley, a first team all-3A GSHL guard, missed Evergreen’s state run in 2020 with a broken wrist, and is determined to finish his high school career strong. The Plainsmen are 4-7 in the condensed season at the time of publication. This interview was conducted on May 6.

Watch Evergreen basketball’s full media day interview below.

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WATCH: EVERGREEN BOYS JOIN SBLIVE BASKETBALL MEDIA DAYS

SBLive’s Todd Milles, Andy Buhler and Dan Dickau conducted dozens of interviews with boys and girls basketball teams across Washington. Stay with SBLive Washington as we roll out the interviews over the next several weeks.

More media days interviews:

Olympia boys

Tahoma girls

Wilson boys

Lincoln boys

Lake Washington girls

Kentwood boys

Timberline boys

Arlington girls

Auburn boys

Interlake boys

Mercer Island boys

Skyline boys

Seattle Academy boys

Ingraham boys

Eastside Catholic boys

Nathan Hale boys

Lynden Christian girls

North Kitsap boys

Camas girls

Union girls

Battle Ground boys

Kamiakin boys

Mt. Spokane girls

Union boys

La Center boys

Prairie boys

Heritage boys

Kelso boys

(Lead photo by Andy Buhler, 2020)

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