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The Queen City Showcase in Rock Hill this weekend is going to be off the charts. With talent all on the floor, livestreams streaming the games, and a ton of coverage from Phenom Hoops, this is going to be one of the best events to start the travel ball season. That is why we wanted to get a leg up on it, as we spoke to several coaches that will be bringing their teams to South Carolina...read more
The fifth game for day five of Phenom’s Holiday Classic took place between two noteworthy squads in Providence Day and Legion Collegiate. The Chargers came out of the gate with something to prove, spreading the ball around and mounting a 10-9 lead in the first quarter. However, Legion Collegiate quickly answered with a 9-2 run to start the second period and started taking over the action. Due to...read more
The third game of Phenom’s November Classic took place between The Burlington School and Providence Day School. The Spartans quickly jumped out to a lead, highlighted by a balanced overall attack, opening things up with a 9-3 run and only keeping their foot on the gas. Though they saw contributions from guys like 6’10 ’21 Kuluel Mading and 6’1 ’22 Shane Peterson, 6’1 ’21 Jamarii Thomas really...read more
Obviously, there’s been a lot of discussion surrounding the “best travel ball team/program in North Carolina” since the summer season began. Due to so many differing opinions, it’s become a legitimate talking point for all folks within grassroots basketball—and there’s still no clear answer. Team Curry has made a strong push for the top spot thus far, but other high-profile squads like Garner...read more
Team 1 Coach: Daymond Lindell #13: 5’5 ’23 Angelo Alexander (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that made an excellent impact, especially to be the smallest prospect on this team, Angelo Alexander. He’s a smart, heady point guard prospect that knows how to consistently set up the offense and get his teammates involved. Alexander is a pest defensively, given his quickness and...read more
Providence Day and head coach Brian Field gears up for another year of basketball in Charlotte, as Phenom Hoop Report hit the road and sat on yet another open gym. After a season in which the Chargers finished 13-16 overall and 4-6 in conference play, they look to bounce back and compete for a conference championship. Getting a first-hand look at the roster this upcoming season, here are some...read more