McDonald’s All-American Game 2023 live score, highlights, stats: Tracking Bronny James & top prospects

The McDonald’s All-American Game is upon us, scheduled to begin at the Toyota Center in Houston.

The annual high school All-Star Game gives fans the first opportunity to see the next generation of Hoopers in an exhibition packed with highlights. This year’s competition has no shortage of talent, led by Bronny James, who has yet to announce where he will play his college ball next season.

Other young stars like DJ Wagner (Kentucky), Justin Edwards (Kentucky), Matas Buzelis (G League Ignite), Isaiah Collier (USC) and Jared McCain (Duke) will show off their skills in a game that’s a pick-up -Game should be remember.

The Sporting News is following Tuesday’s live scoring updates from the 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game. Follow all the action here.

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2023 McDonald’s All-American Game Score

team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q final
East 26 25 27
west 34 26 25

McDonald’s All-American Game 2023 Live Scores, Highlights, Stats: Follow Bronny James and the Best Prospects

fourth quarter

11:06 p.m.: We got a fight. DJ Wagner (Kentucky signed) finishes a left-hand layup to give the East a two-point lead. Bronny James responds with a corner 3 to give the West a 106-105 lead by 1:15.

James fires at the lights, knocking down five of his six 3-point attempts for 15 points.

11:02 p.m.: Aaron Bradshaw, go to work young fella! The Kentucky commit worked the offensive glass and got a tip-in to lay down to give the East a 103-102 lead with two minutes left.

11:00 p.m.: Isaiah Collier (USC Commitment) was unstoppable. The No. 1 player in class buries a 3-ball on a Bronny James t assisto put the West back in front, 102-101, with less than three minutes to play. Collier has a game high of 25 points.

10:58 p.m.: The East has taken the lead! The East has settled on the defensive end with two Kentucky commits, DJ Wagner and Justin Edwards, and ramped up the intensity. The East leads the West 99-98 with 3:23 to play.

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10:53 p.m.: The East isn’t done yet! They made another run reduced the West’s lead to just one point with less than five minutes to go. Aden Holloway (Auburn Commit) leads the charge, knocking down a 3, coming in with a steal and hitting DJ Wagner (Kentucky Commit) for a fastbreak dunk.

10:52 p.m.: Jared McCain to Bronny James… for 3! McCain (Duke Commit) throws a sweet one-handed swing pass across the court and finds James wide open for 3. James is now 4-for-5 of 3 and has 12 points on the night.

10:50 p.m.: Stephon Castle (UConn Commit) tries to keep the East alive, knocking down a 3 and getting a hard finish to get into traffic. West leads East 93-87.

End of third quarter: West 85, East 78

10:46 p.m.: East ran to reduce West’s lead, but West is still ahead after three quarters. Isaiah Collier (USC signup) shows why he’s No. 1 in this class and leads the way with 17 points for the west.

10:42 p.m.: Bronny James clips DJ Wagner (Kentucky Commit) and comes in with a steal before hitting Isaiah Collier (USC Commit) with a lead pass for a fastbreak dunk.

10:40 p.m.: The East is falling back! DJ Wagner (Kentucky signed) has all of his eight points in the third quarter, leading his team back into this contest. The West remains in the lead, 83-78 with a minute remaining in the third.

10:37 p.m.: Here comes DJ Wagner. The Kentucky commit (and No. 3 player in the Class of 2023) was quiet in the first half, but he’s starting to heat up, knocking down a pair of 3s.

10:31 p.m.: Sean Stewart! Duke Commit – who took home the crown of last night’s slam dunk contest – throws a vicious dunk at the quick break and hits the backboard with an emphatic punch. The East is hanging around and still trailing 76-68 midway through the third quarter.

Halftime: West 60, East 51

10:01 p.m.: DJ Wagner (Kentucky Commitment) comes up with an impressive stop against Jeremy Fears (Michigan State Commitment) to end the half. The West has a nine-point lead and is 60-51 ahead of the East after two quarters.

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Isaiah Collier (USC signing) leads all scorers with 11 points for the west. Aden Holloway (Auburn Commitment) has 12 points to lead the East. Bronny James has nine points and shoots 3-on-4 from deep.

9:53 p.m.: Reed Sheppard (Kentucky Commit) tosses Isaiah Collier (USC Commit) a beautiful full court pass for one and one to keep West in the lead! Collier is No. 1 in the class of 2023.

9:50 p.m.: Kwame Evans! The 6-11, Oregon commit flashes some versatility, taking it coast-to-coast for one and one to take the East to five. East is still behind West 51-46.

9:45 p.m.: West leads East 47-39 with 4:42 in the second quarter.

9:40 p.m.: Bronny James feels it from 3-point range. The undeclared prospect is 3-for-4 from across the arc, up to nine points on the night.

9:37 p.m.: Omaha Biliew (Iowa State commit) shows his ability to stretch the floor as a 6-9 power forward, injecting a 3 on West’s first possession in the second quarter.

End of first quarter: West 34, East 26

9:33 p.m.: Aden Holloway (Auburn commit) brought the East back into this game. He has up to 10 points to lead his team and knocks down a 3-pointer just before the buzzer. West leads East 34-26.

Isaiah Collier (USC Commitment) has 10 points to lead the west. Bronny James has six points on a pair of 3-pointers.

9:25 p.m.: Another 3-ball for Bronny James, which is 2-for-3 from beyond the arc. He’s outplayed the West 28-15 in the East with less than three minutes to play in the first quarter.

9:19 p.m.: Bronny James checked into the game and immediately got on the board! James knocked down a 3 corner on his first shot attempt of the game.

9:17 p.m.: The west brings it early to the east, to play 16-6 with 5:37 in the first quarter. Isaiah Collier (USC commit) and Jared McCain (Duke commit) bring it down the east defense with a couple of hard finishes.

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9:12 p.m.: We’re at the Toyota Center!

How to watch McDonald’s 2023 All-American Game

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2023 McDonald’s All-American Game Date Time

  • Date: Tuesday, March 28th
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. PT

The 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game begins Tuesday, March 28 at approximately 9 p.m. ET. The game will be played at the Toyota Center in Houston.

McDonald’s All-American Game Rosters 2023

McDonald’s All-American Game East List
player Secondary school position Height Obligated
Xavier Booker cathedral C 6-10 State of Michigan
Aaron Bradshaw Camden (NJ) C 7-0 Kentucky
Matas Buzelis Sunrise Christian (KS) SF 6-9 G League Ignite
Stephen Castle Newton (GA) PG 6-6 UConn
Justin Edwards Imhotep (PA) SF 6-7 Kentucky
Kwame Evans Montverde (FL) PF 6-9 Oregon
Aden Holloway Productive Preparation (CA) PG 6-1 Maroon
Elmarko Jackson South Kent School (CT) SG 6-3 Kansas
Mackenzie Mgbako Roselle Catholic (NJ) PF 6-8 duke
Sean Stewart Montverde (FL) PF 6-8 duke
DJ Wagner Camden (NJ) PG 6-2 Kentucky
Cody Williams Perry (AZ) SF 6-7 Colorado
McDonald’s All-American Game West List
player Secondary school position Height Obligated
Omaha Biliew Waukee Senior (IA) PF 6-9 State of Iowa
Isaiah Collier Wheeler (GA) PG 6-4 U.S.C
Mookie Cook Compass preparation (AZ) SF 6-7 Oregon
Baye case Accelerated Schools (CO) C 6-11 Arkansas
Jeremy fears Joilet West (IL) PG 6-2 State of Michigan
Brandon Garrison Del City (OK) C 6-9 State of Oklahoma
Ron Holland Duncanville (TX) PF 6-8 Texas
Bronnie James Sierra Canyon (California) PG 6-3 Undeclared
Jared McCain Centennial (CA) SG 6-3 duke
Reed Sheppard North Laurel (KY) SG 6-2 Kentucky
Andrei Stojakovic Jesuit (CA) SF 6-7 Stanford
Yes’Kobe Walter Link Academy (MO) SG 6-5 Baylor

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