With his future coach — Duke's Mike Krzyzewski — watching from the stands, Jon Scheyer put on one of the greatest shows in high school basketball history, and it still wasn't enough.
With his team, No. 1 Glenbrook North, losing by 71-58 to Proviso West in the Proviso West tournament with 1 minute, 24 seconds remaining, Scheyer scored 21 points in 1:15 seconds, the Chicago Tribune reported.
In that 75-second span, Scheyer nailed five three-pointers and six of seven free throws. He sank a 28-foot three-pointer to bring the Spartans to within 81-79 with nine seconds left, but Scheyer then fouled out trying to make his third steal during his burst.
Scheyer, 6 of 8 from three-point range and 20 of 22 from the line, finished with a tournament record 52 points, but Proviso West held on 85-79.
Glenbrook North's streak of 35 straight victories was snapped.
Scheyer will enroll at Duke in the fall.
Here's a breakdown of how Scheyer scored:
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