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Darlinstone Dubar is BACK in the Hoop State and His Unique Game SHINED at Phenom’s Summer Finale!!

Darlinstone Dubar is a 6'6" play initiating wing. He has great size, length and is a good athlete who can really shoot the ball. He played his first 2 years of high school ball at Rocky River HS in Mint Hill, NC and then last year he played in Tennessee... Well, he's back in NC and playing his best basketball yet.

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Summer Finale (Part Two)

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops wrapped up the summer season in Greensboro, North Carolina with our annual Summer Finale. There was an abundance of talent in the gym, offers were given out, and high-level competition took place per usual. This article will take a closer look at some of the top standouts from the event…   6’5 ’20 Keishon Porter (Team Trezz) By now, everyone in the state...

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Phenom Summer Finale 17U Fab Five

Phenom Summer Finale 17U Fab Five The inaugural Phenom Summer Finale was filled with quality teams and the Sweet 16 bracket format proved to be exciting and most of all competitive. The top non-shoe brand teams in the state participated with the New Light Disciples pulling out a thrilling 75-70 win over the Greensboro Warriors Unsigned Seniors. In today’s segment, we are going to look at...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Summer Finale

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops wrapped up the summer season in Greensboro, North Carolina with our annual Summer Finale. There was an abundance of talent in the gym, offers were given out, and high-level competition took place per usual. This article will take a closer look at some of the top standouts from the event…   6’0 ’21 Jamarii Thomas (New Light Disciples) The New Light Disciples...

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Brandon’s Big Time Ballers Pt 2 #PhenomSummerFinale

Time flies when you’re having fun, another season of AAU is almost in the books!Greensboro, North Carolina– The Phenom Hoops crew is going out with a bang here at the Summer Finale! The stars came out for one last go around, coaches at multiple levels flooded the sidelines in search of a late boost to 2019, and others got the jump on some classes of the future. 6’2 2022 LeBron Thomas (FIBA)...

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Team Loaded 15U claims the Silver bracket 93-89 in overtime

In an absolute thriller Team Loaded went blow for blow with a scrappy Charlotte Supremes squad, in the end regulation wasn’t enough time to decide a winner.Greensboro, North Carolina- Team Loaded utilized a second half run, and some halftime defensive adjustments to claim the title on championship Sunday. This was the most competitive game on court three it was a contest of runs, both teams...

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New Light Disciples Claim 17U Championship at Phenom Summer Finale

There is a ton of non-shoe circuit talent within North Carolina right now and New Light Disciples is arguably the best team of them all. They opened this game with their typical no-nonsense fashion and only continued to keep their foot on the gas as the game carried onward. Jamarii Thomas and Trent McIntyre are the ultimate tone-setters for this group, given the way they defend with ferocity and...

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Team Winston Claims 16U Championship at Phenom Summer Finale

No contest was more interesting than the showdown between Team Winston and Team FLY, given the way each team was able to go on their own runs. Team Winston opened this contest with absolute control on both sides of the ball, but Team FLY quickly battled back to make it a competitive game. Once the second half opened, Team Winston reasserted themselves as the better team through the intelligent...

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Evening Standouts at Phenom Summer Finale

6’0 ’20 Reggie Walton (Team Trezz) While other guys might draw more headlines, Walton is a very vital piece to Team Trezz. He’s a phenomenal playmaker that scored efficiently and defended full-court very well throughout this contest. Walton is smart, possesses all the intangibles that college coaches should be looking for, and simply does the little things that lead to winning games.   5’11...

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Brandon’s Big Time Ballers Pt 1 #PhenomSummerFinale

Time flies when you’re having fun, another season of AAU is almost in the books!Greensboro, North Carolina- The Phenom Hoops crew is going out with a bang here at the Summer Finale! The stars came out for one last go around, coaches at multiple levels flooded the sidelines in search of a late boost to 2019, and others got the jump on some classes of the future. 6’3 2021 Elijah Jamison (Team...

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Early Standouts at Phenom Summer Finale

6’2 ’22 LeBron Thomas (FIBA) No player was more impressive than Thomas, especially given how calmly he controlled the action on both ends of the floor. He’s a proven playmaker and defender, but it was his ability to knock down three-pointers with excellent consistency that made such a strong impression. Thomas continues to solidify that he’s an elite prospect and should be recruited as such....

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