It's basketball month at Capital Christian High School, where homegrown basketball stars will face off against professional players in June.
As the Sacramento Bee reported last week, the Sacramento Pro Developmental League tips off this month at the high school with games running through June 28. In the past, former Sacramento Kings standouts like Bobby Jackson, Mike Bibby, Kevin Martin and Ron Artest have played.
Run by local fitness coach Guss Armstead, this year's league is expected to feature local prep stars like Sheldon's Dakarai Allen and Malik Pope from Laguna Creek. The Kings' Isaiah Thomas and Tyler Honeycutt are also supposed to attend, along with fellow NBA players Matt Barnes, who graduated from Del Campo, and Ryan Anderson, who went to Oak Ridge.
The games start at 7 p.m. and tickets are $7.