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The weekend was action packed with big time hoops all weekend long throughout the Triad! It's the first go around in this newly structured live period run by state officials and local high schools.read more
6’5 guard Trey Wertz has been lighting it up early as a freshman at Santa Clara and it doesn't look like he is slowing down any time soon.read more
Every year we say the rising 9th grade class in North Carolina is an all-timer of a class. Every year however, the talent never seems to disappoint. The 2022 class will be no different, already, there are players in this class tracking high, on the national level. Just recently USA basketball sent out invitations to the USA Junior National Mini Camp set to take play October 4-7 in Colorado...read more
MATTHEWS, NC – Famed Oak Hill Academy headlines the absolutely loaded field of the inaugural Carmel Christian Tip-Off Classic presented by Phenom Hoop Report. The nine-team event will bring together some of the best talent from across the country. This will be the nation’s first high school basketball event. On opening weekend, all the nation’s basketball eyes will be on the new, state of the...read more
The NCISAA tournament is one of the most talked about state tournaments across the region. Without fail there are 2-4 nationally ranked teams who are battling for state titles throughout the three classifications. Also, without fail, there are numerous highly ranked national level kids participating. By the time it gets down to the Final Fours of each classification, every team has “a dude” and...read more
Taking a look back and some of the articles we wrote about Tennessee sophomore Grant Williams, they seem to all have one common theme…don’t look at his size, look at his production. We provided titles like, “You Can’t Measure Heart”, “Playing With An Edge” and “Something To Prove…”. Even back then it was apparent, current Tennessee sophomore Grant Williams was vastly under-recruited because of...read more