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Miles Magical Five: #CCSTOC19 Day Two Late Slate

6’3 2021 Nick Green: Henderson Collegiate (5-8 From the Field, 5-7 From Deep, 15 Points, 6 Rebounds, 2 Steals) Green is a vital piece to a Henderson Collegiate squad that features an abundance of backcourt talent. His ability to impact the game as a 3 & D guy is a perfect compliment to the playmaking of Javonte Waverly, the dynamic offensive force of Kalib Matthews, and the steadying...

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#NCPhenom150 Session Three: Miles Magical Five (Late Slate)

#115 6’10 2021 Jonathan Kurtas: Southlake Christian (NC) Kurtas is a traditional back to the basket big man with smooth footwork and touch over both shoulders. He’s a relentless rebounder, particularly on the offensive end. He provides a strong interior presence on both ends of the court, bullying smaller defenders with his size and strength. Expect a huge year out of Kurtas,...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Summer Havoc

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled back to Rock Hill, South Carolina for the final live period of the summer. We hosted our Summer Havoc from Thursday to Sunday at Comenius, Catawba Ridge, and Nation Ford. There were over one hundred college coaches to walk through our doors and various players received offers across the event. This article will take a closer look at some of the most...

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Team Knicks wins 17u White Gold Championship at the buzzer

In the final 17U game, Team Knicks used a buzzer beater by Ben Burnham to sneak past Team Charlotte Herron, 63-61. Burnham used his first career buzzer beater to rack up 24 points and Derrick Butler and Dwight Priest accounted for 12 and 11 respectively. Javian Cannady led Charlotte with 17 and Josh Wiggins added 12 to help out. Overall, Team Knicks (SC) completely dominated their group and the...

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Chris’ “Hot Sause” Standouts: JMAC Showcase Morning

6’1 2024 Sin Mohammad (Guard U)- A long and intriguing prospect for his age. Showcased a ton of guard skills for his age and size which what was most impressive about his game. He hit about four 3 pointers and handled the ball at a level above what most kids his size and age are capable of. A big part of his team’s success this morning Sin could be one to watch. 5’10 2024 Brandon Stevens (SC...

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The Phenom Opening Breakouts

Travel ball season is finally here … this past weekend Phenom Hoops had around 100 teams, from 5 different states, convene on Greensboro to kick off their summer seasons and boy did this one go out with a BANG!!

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