4:00pm Santa Monica (Santa Monica CA) vs. Las Vegas (Las Vegas NV)
*Big City Showdown Game @ Pangos Dream Classic
** FAN ADMISSION: $10 Adults $5 Students Good for all 5 games.
Top prospects scheduled to play in this event this year include seniors 6'11" Stephen Zimmerman (Gorman/Las Vegas NV), 6'10" Chase Jeter (Gorman/Las Vegas NV/Duke verbal), 6'4" Tyler Dorsey (Maranatha/Pasadena CA), 6'4" Allonzo Trier (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV/Arizona verbal), 6'8" Horace Spencer (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV/Auburn verbal), 6'2" New Williams (Santa Monica/Santa Monica CA/Auburn verbal), 6'5" Nick Blair (Gorman/Las Vegas NV), 6'2" Ritchie Thornton (Gorman/Las Vegas NV);juniors 6'2" Derryck Thornton (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV), 6'10" Trevor Stanback (Maranatha/Pasadena CA), 6'10" Zack Collins (Gorman/Las Vegas NV), 6'8" Justin Jackson (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV/UNLV verbal), 6'10" Jayce Johnson (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV), 6'9" Khalea Turner (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV), 6'2" Jonah Matthews (Santa Monica/Santa Monica CA), 6'6" Tyler Bey (Las Vegas), 6'6" Chase No'meaa (Gorman/Las Vegas NV);sophomores 6'5" Troy Brown (Centennial/Las Vegas NV), 6'7" PJ Washington (Findlay Prep/Las Vegas NV), 6'4" Charles O'Bannon Jr. (Gorman/Las Vegas NV), 6'6" Donnie Tillman (Findlay Prep/Henderson NV); and freshmen 5'11" Spencer Freedman (Santa Monica CA).
Past Pangos Dream Classic's has showcased many future NBA stars. The 2003 Pangos Dream Classic featured the #1 pick of the 2003 NBA Draft LeBron James (Miami Heat) and attracted 12,500-plus fans, media and scouts to UCLA's Pauley Pavilion as well as a national ESPN2 audience. The 2004 Dream Classic was headlined by three of the top 13 picks of the 2004 NBA Draft: #1 pick Dwight Howard (Orlando Magic), #12 selection Robert Swift (Seattle Supersonics) and the #13 choice Sebastian Telfair (Portland Trailblazers). The Pangos Dream Classic has also served as a stage for several other future NBA players like Paul Pierce (Boston Celtics/Brooklyn Nets), Baron Davis (Los Angeles Clippers), Tayshaun Prince (Detroit Pistons/Memphis Grizzlies), 2014 NBA Finals MVP Khawhi Leonard (San Antonio Spurs), Tyson Chandler (Dallas Mavericks), Brandon Jennings (Milwaukee Bucks/Detroit Pistons), DeMar DeRozan (Toronto Raptors), Brook Lopez (New Jersey Nets), Jrue Holiday (New Orleans Pelicans), Darren Collison (Los Angeles Clippers), Jason Collins (Minnesota Timberwolves), Jarron Collins (Utah Jazz), Robin Lopez (Portland Trailblazers), Derrick Favors (Utah Jazz), Jordan Farmar (Los Angeles Lakers), Nick Young (Los Angeles Lakers), Arron Afflalo (Denver Nuggets), Jordan Hamilton (Houston Rockets) and Gabriel Pruitt (Boston Celtics).