Since 1978, the McDonald’s All American Games have showcased the best high school basketball talent in the country. Annually, 24 boys and 24 girls are selected from a pool of more than 800 nominees nationwide to participate in the Games. Since its inception, nearly 1,250 players have competed in the McDonald’s All American Games, forming an elite list that includes some of the top names in basketball history.
Since coming to the United Center in 2011, the McDonald’s All American Games have experienced their highest five-year attendance in Games history. More than 80,000 fans have witnessed the Games in Chicago, packing the United Center to see basketball’s rising stars while also benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). Since the Games inception, net proceeds from the Games have benefitted the Charity, raising more than $11 million for children and families in need.
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