In an absolute thriller Team Loaded went blow for blow with a scrappy Charlotte Supremes squad, in the end regulation wasn’t enough time to decide a winner.

Greensboro, North Carolina– Team Loaded utilized a second half run, and some halftime defensive adjustments to claim the title on championship Sunday. This was the most competitive game on court three it was a contest of runs, both teams truly left it all on the floor.

Key players

6’3 2021 Elijah Jamison– Jamison scored 32 second half points to spearhead this group into a W. Jamison’s effort on both ends really pushed this group, not only did Jamison get everything he wanted at the cup, but the youngster also knocked down a crucial three ball in rhythm, that lifted this group over the hump after trailing in this game. Jamison was fearless at the cup, he carved the defense up and initiated all the contact on finishes, Jamison was also big on the boards for a short handed Loaded group.

6’5 2021 Sean Sims – Sims was a big addition for this group on day two, the high flying wing provided a needed spark to this group. Sims came in and made an immediate impact, he was hot from deep early on and really opened the floor up with his shooting stroke. Sims also did damage to the rim he can really get up, he’s got a nice handle and his stride covers a lot of ground in a short time. Sims also competed hard on the boards, his length was valuable on the glass, and he’s a guy that can play multiple spots on the floor.

5’11 2021 Cam Oates– Oates came up with some tough buckets for his side, Oates has a lighting quick first step, and he’s added on muscle to better absorb contact at this stage. Oates is a creative finisher around the cup, he gets nice lift on the jump, and Oates posses some impressive body control, he can evade defenders in mid air. Oates also racked up several assists, his defensive presence was the most impressive in this contest especially late though. Oates is an intimidating on ball defender, he will absolutely smoother his opponent.

6’5 2022 Wesley Tubbs– Tubbs was the engine that made Charlotte Supremes run, he gave an extremely impressive effort. Tubbs was strong with the ball around the basket, he took on all types of contact and remained in attack mode throughout the game. Tubbs has a decent handle coupled with a nice burst in his first step. Tubbs is another lengthy wing prospect with a long stride that covers a lot of ground quickly. Tubbs size and ball skills made him a tough matchup for this group, Tubbs can create for himself and make shots off the dribble, he also did some damage from behind the arc as well.

6’6 2022 Jalen Matlock– Matlock was a load in the middle for this squad he caused all types of havoc for a thin front court on the opposing side. Matlock’s size and high motor earned a handful of crucial second chance points for the Charlotte Supremes. Matlock turned in an impressive display on the glass, his effort earned extra possessions that this group needed to stay in this one. Matlock ran the floor hard on both ends, and provided a reliable option in the middle defensively as well.