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HD Video: Etherington, Zeller at Night of the Future Stars

LOUISVILLE — Indiana signees Austin Etherington and Cody Zeller participated in the Kentucky Derby Festival Classic Night of the Future Stars on Thursday evening at Bellarmine University.

Zeller teamed with Seton Hall signee Aaron Cosby to win the 2-on-2 contest over Louisville signee Zach Price and Oklahoma State signee LeBryan Nash. Due to an uneven amount of participants, Zeller also played a game with Kevin Ware in the 2-on-2 contest.

Etherington was paired with Kansas commit Braeden Anderson in the 2-on-2 contest, but fell in the first round to Minnesota signee Andre Hollins and Western Kentucky signee Derrick Gordon.

In the 3-point shootout, Etherington advanced to the finals (to be held this evening at the KFC Yum! Center) with 14 points, while Zeller managed seven points. Video of both Etherington and Zeller in the 3-point shootout in the embedded media players below:

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HD Video: Etherington, Zeller at Derby Festival practice

Austin Etherington and Cody Zeller will be Indiana basketball teammates next winter in Bloomington. They’ll also be teammates at Friday’s Derby Festival Basketball Classic presented by papajohns.com at the KFC Yum! Center.

The pair of IU signees arrived in Louisville on Wednesday afternoon and their first stop was Basketball Academy for media availability and practice.

On Thursday, they’ll visit children at Kosair Hospital, tour the Muhammad Ali Center and participate in the Night of the Future Stars at Bellarmine University. Etherington said he’ll likely participate in the 3-point shootout, while Zeller wasn’t sure if he would participate in the 3-point shootout or dunk contest.

Here are video Q & A’s with both players prior to practice for the Derby Festival Classic:

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No surprise: Cody Zeller wins Mr. Basketball award

(Photo credit: Jamie Owens of J. Scott Sports)

Three state championships at Washington High School. The Trester Mental Attitude Award. A selection to the McDonald’s All-American game. And now, Mr. Basketball.

On Sunday, The Indianapolis Star named IU signee and Washington senior Cody Zeller to the state’s most prestigious honor, Mr. Basketball.

Zeller joins his brothers — Luke (Notre Dame) and Tyler (North Carolina) — as the third member of his family to win the award. He was also the third Zeller to play in the McDonald’s All-American game.

He’s the 26th Mr. Basketball to sign with Indiana.

Video: Cody Zeller’s McDonald’s All-American Game highlights

Here’s a few selected highlights from Cody Zeller’s All-American Game performance on Wednesday night at the United Center in Chicago.

Zeller finished with 10 points (5-of-6), three rebounds and three assists in 15 minutes of action. His West squad fell to the East, 111-96.

Around the Hall: Zeller at McDonald’s All-American game

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall crew. So go ahead, get your read on. (Photo credit: Brian Spurlock – McDonald’s.)

Hugh Kellenberger of The Herald-Times writes that Cody Zeller was content with his experience at Wednesday’s McDonald’s All American game.

– Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star has reaction from all three Indiana kids that played in the McDonald’s game.

— Zeller wrote about his experience in Chicago in a diary for SLAM ONLINE. Zeller also recorded a video diary after his first day in Chicago.

ESPN.com compares the McDonald’s All-American’s to current NBA players. Zeller’s comparison? Jeff Foster of The Indiana Pacers.

Zeller tells The Chicago Tribune that he used to receive 10 to 15 recruiting letters per day and the most interesting letters he received included comics, some of which included his likeness.

Jody Demling of The Louisville Courier-Journal talks to Zeller about his whirlwind week.

Zeller, Washington repeat as Class 3A champs

(Photo Credit: Jamie Owens of J. Scott Sports)

INDIANAPOLIS — Cody Zeller is a state champion for the third time. And this year, Zeller and the Washington Hatchets didn’t need overtime to win the Class 3A title.

The IU signee and McDonald’s All-America scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as Washington beat Culver Academies 61-46 on Saturday at Conseco Fieldhouse.

It was the 17th consecutive win for the Hatchets (24-4).

“He’s just a great young man. A high character man,” Washington coach Gene Miiller said of Zeller, who received the Arthur L. Trester Mental Attitude Award. “A great student and a very good basketball player. He’s the total package. He does everything well.”

The victory gave Washington its fourth state title in seven seasons.

Unlike last year’s meeting with Gary Lew Wallace, the result was never in doubt after the opening eight minutes. After trailing by one at the start of the second quarter, the Hatchets reeled off an 18-6 second quarter to take control.

Zeller, who scored 20 points and pulled down 26 rebounds in last year’s championship game, reflected on the repeat and his time at Washington afterward.

“It’s definitely fun winning it,” he said. “It’s better every time. I wouldn’t have done it without my teammates and coaches. In 2008, I don’t think I would have won it without that one teammate of mine.”

Watch the entire Washington postgame press conference after the jump.

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HD Video: Washington’s Cody Zeller vs. Batesville

Inside the Hall made the trip on Saturday to the Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium in Seymour for the Class 3A Semi-state championship game between Batesville and Washington.

McDonald’s All-American and Mr. Basketball favorite Cody Zeller scored a game-high 23 points, pulled down 18 rebounds, handed out five assists and blocked five shots in a 66-48 win.

Watch over 20 high-definition quality clips of the future IU big man (No. 40 in Black) in the embedded media player below (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the video player):

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