The month of November with Phenom Hoops will certainly be one to remember, as we have a loaded month of matchups that will be very intriguing to watch for all fans around the region. This was a tough list, but one that could certainly be a lot longer. However, here are some of the MUST-SEE games coming up with Phenom Hoops in the month of November.
1of1 Academy vs. Winston Salem Christian – November 18 – George Lynch Invitational
Two teams that continue to make national waves will meet up in a loaded event. Winston-Salem Christian National always brings the noise and intensity under Coach Lowe, and they have several national players that you will want to see. They go up against 1of1 Academy, as the young stars have another year under their belt, and they are ready to put their names in the national spotlight. This will be absolutely heated and competitive, and you won’t want to miss it.
Lake Norman vs. Cannon – November 18 – George Lynch Invitational
Lake Norman has the talent and depth to make a ton of noise, including a chance at a run at a state title. They will be putting that depth and talent against one of the most exciting players in 2024 Austin Swartz, a Miami Hurricanes commit, and others like 2025 Isaiah Henry and company. Both teams have a lot of aspirations and goals this year, and this will be a big test for both early on.
Richmond County vs. Millbrook – November 25 – Hoops and Dreams
Both teams have racked up the wins over the years and they will certainly be in the spotlight down in Fayetteville. Richmond County, who is led by 2024 Paul McNeil (NC State commit) will be going up against 2025 Colt Langdon in what should be a terrific 1-on-1 battle between two premier talents in the state of North Carolina.
Carmel Christian vs. Central Cabarrus – November 25 – Lakesgiving
Central Cabarrus is a national name, and they proved it in a big way last year. But that isn’t slowing them down at all, as they have hopes to repeat what they did last year. A state-title contender for sure, and a matchup against Carmel Christian will be an intriguing one to start the year. Carmel is still a bit unknown with new names and coach, but we do know that the talent is there.
Lake Norman vs. Davidson Day – November 25 – Lakesgiving
We spoke about Lake Norman above and with this team playing on their home court, it should be a terrific weekend for the program overall. What makes this game so intriguing in my eyes is the unknown of Davidson Day with a whole new roster. Davidson Day could be a surprise team if people haven’t been paying attention, but they have talent all over and this could be a statement game for the program against a very good and deep Lake Norman team.