Saturday, April 21, 2018

AC Showcase Highlights: "Slick: Nick At It Again!

"Slick" Nick Padilla

“Slick” Nick Padilla used the AC Showcase as his personal playground. He dazzled the crowd with his with handle, court vision and scoring ability. Check out his highlights and stay tuned as we bring you more coverage from the AC Showcase.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Basketball Spotlight AC Showcase 6th Grade Top Performers Part 2

Khalid Sanders

The 6th Grade Division of the AC Showcase featured some of the top teams in the region. Here’s our second look at our top performers. 

Basketball Spotlight AC Showcase 6th Grade Top Performers Part 2 

Khalid Sanders Forward (Hilltoppers) – Sanders is a long wing that is growing into his body. He rebounds the ball well and has a soft touch around the rim. He is active on both ends and he has the ability to be a versatile defender. We also like the energy he plays with and are excited to track his development down the road. He tallied 14 points in the game we watched.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

AC Showcase Highlights: Jo Jo Cooking In America's Playground!

Jo Jo Wright

Jomani “Jo Jo” Wright was on fire at the AC Showcase. The southpaw caught fire quickly and often as he led Riverside Hawks to the title. Check out his highlights and stay tuned as we bring you more coverage from this event.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Basketball Spotlight AC Showcase 6th Grade Top Performers Part 1

Ahmad Nowell (Fidonce)

The 6th Grade Division of the AC Showcase featured some of the top teams in the region. Here’s our first look at our top performers. 

Basketball Spotlight AC Showcase 6th Grade Top Performers Part 1 

 Ahmad Nowell Forward (Fidonce) – Nowell was like Lebron James in the 6th Grade division. He could dribble, pass, score, and defend and was dominating at times that we watched. We saw him make a no look pass that resulted in an And 1 and we also liked the fact that he moved without the ball when one time we saw him make a great cut to the basket and his teammate found him for an easy bucket. He was very hard to contain and he was at his best attacking the rim. He finished with 10 points in the championship and 17 points in their semifinal win against the Gauchos where he lived at the FT line.

Basketball Spotlight Memorial Day Classic Registration Ready To Go!


The Basketball Spotlight Memorial Day Classic registration is ready to go. This is Basketball Spotlight’s oldest event and again should be a dandy. Make sure you register early because we have limited space. Below is the registration for single team and multi-team registration. 

Event: Memorial Day Classic 

Date: May 26th and 27th 

Place: Neptune, NJ 

Ages: 4th Grade (10U) Thru 8th Grade (14U) 

Cost: $375.00 (Multi-Team $325.00) 

SINGLE TEAM REGISTRATION 

MULTI-TEAM REGISTRATION

Friday, April 13, 2018

Basketball Spotlight Atlantic City Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 3

DJ Wagner

The 7th Grade Division at the Atlantic City Showcase was the toughest by far. Here’s a look at Part 3 Top Performers from the event. 

Basketball Spotlight Atlantic City Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 3 

Dajuan Wagner Guard (Team Final)- The prolific scorer was at it again in Atlantic City. First, he hit East Coast Elite for 18 markers in a loss. Then he led his team with 20 markers in their win versus Courtmasters Elite. In the playoffs he dropped 22 points in their quarterfinal loss to eventual champion Riverside Hawks. Scoring is in his blood and it showed at the AC Showcase.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Basketball Spotlight Atlantic City Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2

William Norman

The 7th Grade Division at the Atlantic City Showcase was the toughest by far. Here’s a look at Part 2 Top Performers from the event. 

Basketball Spotlight Atlantic City Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2 

William Norman Forward (NJ Bulldogs)- The walking double-double lived up to his name as he dominated the paint while leading NJ Bulldogs to the final four. He can literally carry defenders to the cup for buckets or usually ends up at the charity stripe. He’s not a player that needs to motivated because he enters the game with a mean streak. He averaged nearly 20 points a contest and over 10 boards. He’s a fierce competitor.