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Team Curry 16u Preview

Head Coach Nick Jones is entering his fifth season with Pro Skills Basketball. This is his second year as the 16u head coach. I was extremely impressed with Coach Jones last season while watching his Team Curry team play. His teams are always locked in. There is an acute attention to detail. They share the ball and execute on both ends of the floor.  In talking with Coach Jones about this year’s...

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NCBCA All-District Teams Announced: Who Got Snubbed?

Regardless of context or situation, there is guaranteed to be controversy surrounding whenever individuals are named to an all-accolade team. The topic of snubs is in constant circulation for those who closely follow sports, as every All-Star/All-Pro team seems to cause debate. Did the most deserving players make the team? Were there more deserving players who were too low or overlooked...

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Open Gym Report: Team BOND 17U

On Sunday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to the heart of Winston-Salem, North Carolina to preview some quality talent within one of the top up-and-coming programs in Team BOND. There was an abundance of appeal and intrigue inside the gym, featuring an interesting variety of prospects from 17U and 16U squads. Although we were able to watch both teams, this article will take a closer look at their 17U...

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East Forsyth v. Bishop McGuinness

On Monday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to Bishop McGuinness in Kernersville, North Carolina, as the Villains prepared to host the Eagles of East Forsyth. Both teams entered this contest with quality records against tough competition, which set the stage for an absolute battle. Bishop McGuinness has talent, coaching, and always seem to be relevant within the bigger picture of North Carolina high...

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Glenn v. East Forsyth

On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to Glenn High School in Kernersville, North Carolina, as the Bobcats prepared to host the Eagles of East Forsyth. Despite losing a key piece in Julius Reese due to transfer, the Bobcats have been excellent to start their season. Coming into this game, they faced adversity against quality opponents but consistently maintained their undefeated status. On the...

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Storylines from the #NCISAASummerShowcase

The second consecutive weekend of the June Live period was down in Concord, North Carolina this weekend, Cannon School was the site and they welcomed this talented field of teams into a highly competitive atmosphere.Concord, North Carolina- Saturday I was locked in on the action at Cannon school covering the second weekend of the NCISAA Summer Showcase, the day started off with an offensive...

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