NEW YORK, NY, July 1, 2022 - The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) announced today that this year’s TOP 100 High School Basketball Camp (TOP 100) championship game will be livestreamed for the second time in the history of the camp. Live from ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida on Friday, July 1, starting at 3:45 pm ET, viewers can tune in to watch the camp’s two top teams battle it out in the championship game on Twitter via the @top100camp handle and on the TOP 100 Camp website

The livestream broadcast will be hosted by former players Ryan Hollins and Quentin Richardson who will provide commentary during the game and discuss the history of the NBPA TOP 100 Camp. In addition, the TOP 100 awards ceremony will also be streamed following the conclusion of the game which will highlight the camp’s best performers on and off the court.

This year’s TOP 100 Camp features many of the best high school basketball players from around the country – see here for the full roster.

 Since its creation in 1994, TOP 100 has assisted more than 500 players in making it into the National Basketball Association (NBA). With comprehensive on-and off-the-court programming, TOP 100 emphasizes character, education, and skill development as the core principles necessary to maximize a player’s potential. In addition, over 350 NBA and NCAA scouts, coaches, and team personnel attended this sanctioned event.

“We are excited to stream today's championship game so that basketball fans everywhere can get a taste of the high level of talent we have at our TOP 100 Camp,” said Purvis Short, Chief of Player Programs at the NBPA. “This year’s class of campers is especially exceptional and we are eager to see how today’s competition plays out.”

Tune into the TOP 100 (@top100camp) to see all of the action from the 2022 TOP 100 Camp. For additional information about TOP 100, please visit

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