Some of British basketball's top emerging talents will be on show at the second annual Hoopsfix All-Star Classic in Brixton this weekend.
"We're really excited about the level of talent we have on display in this year's Classic"
After the success of the inaugural event at Brunel University in 2014, the one-day showcase for British prospects heads to Brixton Recreation Centre on Saturday, May 23.
The event is organised by Hoopsfix.com and will see 20 of the country's best under-17 players take part in a 40-minute game, followed by the headline under-19 contest.
The Hoopsfix All-Star Classic aims to inspire the next generation of basketball players while recognising the current crop of top talent and raising funds for the Hoopsfix Foundation - a not-for-profit initiative dedicated to helping grow the game of basketball in the UK.
Senior stars such as Dan Clark and Myles Hesson played a starring role in last year's launch, but the only place to see them in action on home soil this summer is against New Zealand at The Copper Box in July.
The 2015 Hoopsfix All-Star Classic focuses on providing a platform for fans to see some of the country's top up-and-coming prospects.
The likes of Jules Dang Akodo, Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye and Deane Williams will be among those taking part in the under-19 game.
They will all have one eye on securing a spot in Doug Leichner's final GB under-20 squad, which will travel to the European Championship in Italy in July aiming to build on 2014's best-ever performance.
"We're really excited about the level of talent we have on display in this year's Classic, especially the under-19 game," said Sam Neter, owner of Hoopsfix.com.
"With at least 12 of the 20 players expected to depart our shores for the US on scholarship next season, and a number of them expected to be involved with the GB U20s - and England U18s and U16s - this summer, it'll be a great way to see them in action for the last time in a while.
"I don't think there is going to be a greater collection of junior talent in one place that is so accessible to the public for the rest of the year!"
A community coaching session will take place in conjunction with the event, which will see local youth players being put through their paces by Reach & Teach, the official grassroots development partner of the Hoopsfix All-Star Classic.
A limited number of tickets are still available here - while the event will also be streamed live online.