Tuesday, September 14, 2010

One On One Feat. Trey Lowe (NJ Got Game)

,I’ve seen the development of Trey Lowe over the years. He played for the CJ Hornets, Trenton Hurricanes, F.A.C.E.S. and currently NJ Got Game. On every level he managed to be an impact player and help his team get wins. Recently he starred at the Basketball Spotlight Super Showcase where he made the Top Performer list. We got a chance to sit down with Trey and here’s our One on One.

One On One

BS: What school do you attend?
TL: Fisher Middle School (Ewing, NJ).

BS: What NBA player do you most resemble?
TL: I would say Ray Allen because he can shoot or get to the basket.

BS: What’s the strongest part of your game?
TL: My shooting range and scoring.

BS: What part of your game needs the most work?
TL: Playing defense and working on getting stronger.

BS: What’s your dream college?
TL: Duke, I love the way Coach K coaches and their style of play.

BS: How was your experience at the Super Showcase?
TL: It was great because it had good competition. I learned some new moves and other things from some of the players.

BS: What’s your fondest Basketball Spotlight moment?
TL: This past Memorial Day Classic. I think I played very well. I scored a lot of points, had some assist, and played good defense.

BS: What do you like about Basketball Spotlight?
TL: I love it because it gives you a lot of exposure. It also shows you how to get better and what you need to work on.

BS: What are your career goals?
TL: I want to play in the NBA or go into the business world. I want to support my family.