High profile event organizer Phenom Hoop Report is bringing a nationally recognized day of basketball games to Porter Gaud in Charleston, South Carolina. Porter Gaud Holiday Classic will take place on December 20 and 21.

Charleston is a talent-rich area who appreciates good athletics and basketball. Phenom Hoop Report is a national high school basketball event organizer, built on a platform of bringing exposure to all the kids playing in each event. Porter Gaud Holiday Classic will bring an incredibly high level of basketball to one of the most beautiful areas in the country.

The eyes of college coaches and media across the country will be glued to the results. Rightfully so, the event has earned that recognition with several high-profile athletes.

Not only are there elite players in this event, but great teams will be playing as well as the competition should be stiff.

Check back for more information and the release of the teams that will be participating.

Porter Guard Holiday Classic

December 20-21
Porter Gaud School
Charleston, SC


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