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Plenty of future NBA lottery picks at 2016 McDonald’s All American Game

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CHICAGO - The United Center has seen its fair share of superstars since it started hosting the McDonald's All American Games in 2011.

But tomorrow night's batch of high school standouts could be the best yet.

As many as 15 players are projected to be taken in the 2017 NBA Draft.

College basketball analyst and former Chicago Bull, Jay Williams believes a large majority of that group could outshine the current NCAA crop and dominate the lottery.

"That's mind-boggling considering some of the talent that we still have in college right now," noted Williams. "That's how good this class is."

Chicago's future looks just a bright.

McDonald's announced today that the High School All American Games will be back at the United Center next year for the 40th Anniversary with an option to return in 2018, as well.