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April 24, 2013 at 10:50 AM

MaxPreps: Seattle the seventh-best city for producing NBA players

MaxPreps released a fun list on Tuesday: Which city is best at producing NBA talent? MaxPreps picked five current NBA players to form a starting lineup and then ranked cities based on their starting five.

The winner:  LA. Seattle came in seventh with a starting five of Jamal Crawford (Rainier Beach), Spencer Hawes (Seattle Prep), Martell Webster (Seattle Prep), Nate Robinson (Rainier Beach) and Jason Terry (Franklin). Interesting to note that all of the players come from the Metro League.

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