In Sunday’s finale on court three at Proehlific Park A very deep and balanced Truth Generation Team over matched a talented Team Renegades squad 92-79, they built up and an early lead and continually wore this group out with their platoon approach.
Greensboro, North Carolina– Truth Generation set the tone in this contest from the jump, they survived a strong push late in the second, but overall it felt like this team wanted it more. Truth Generation shared the ball extremely well, nine players scored five points or more. A very unselfish group that saw multiple players shine, when the team looks good everyone looks good!
5’10 2020 Jamari Leach (Truth Generation)- paced this group with a slight 20 piece, the lead guard found shots within the flow of the offense, and made those early looks count. Leach scored 14 of his total 20 points in the first half, Leach’s hot start assured this group a comfortable lead heading into the half. Leach nailed a couple tough jumpers but he did most of his work at the cup, Leach is good in the open floor with the rock in his hands making decisions, in transition he caused problems with his quickness and execution at the rack, at 5’10 Leach is an adept finisher at this stage.
6’4 2019 Raheem Chasten (Truth Generation)- A versatile forward prospect at 6’4, Chasten is a long and agile athlete, his hustle and paint presence added an inside out element to this team. Chasten runs the floor well and despite a slender frame, he can take the bumps from other big’s down low and finish around the rim despite contact. Chasten showed good hands and a real nose for the basketball. Chasten utilized his length on both ends, skying for rebounds and blocking shots. Chasten’s innate awareness for the ball earned Truth Generation valuable extra possession early on, he finished the contest with 16 points
6’1 2020 Andrew Snull (Team Renegades)- Snull led all scorers with 26 points, and was a major reason this game didn’t get extremely out of hand. Snull has stood out in both events on our Phenom Circuit this spring, a multifaceted lead guard who gets anywhere he desires on the floor. Snull is superb in pick N roll situations, with the ball in his hands Snull is a smart decision maker, who values each possession and won’t turn the rock over. Snull went off for 21 points in the second half, he can scorch the nets from deep, he’s got big range and proved to be a walking heat check. Snull isn’t exactly lighting quick but he’s got a tight handle and is extremely crafty with the basketball especially in the lane.