Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Basketball Spotlight 14U Top 10 Presented By Agame Team Apparel
The 14U Division was definitely a joy to watch this season. As we get closer to the end we would like thank all of the 14U teams that have showed us so much love over the past few years. Now here's our Top 10 for the month of June.
Basketball Spotlight 14U Top 10 Presented By AGame Apparel
1. Team Final: TF just won the loaded MIT and know have their sights set on the 14U AAU Nationals and then Summer Slam. They are currently the #4 seed.
2. Team Scan: The MDC Champs got tripped up by The City in the Metropolitan finals by 1. That MDC run might have took too much out of this group.
3. Playaz: The PBC has been making a lot of noise this spring. They ran through the competition at the Blow Up and finished runner up at the Rumble In The Bronx.
4. The City: The City won the Metropolitan crown by defeating Team Scan by 1. They made a fierce turnaround since the beginning of the season and should be prepared for the Nationals in Orlando.
5. Expressions: I can’t wait to see the Boston boys in Summer Slam. I called them out earlier this year and they responded by making it to the elite final four.
6. Philly Aztecs: The Tecs finished off a successful year and are now looking to improve on their #4 National finish of a year ago. Word is super guard Isaiah Briscoe will be taking the trip to Orlando with this bunch.
7. F.A.C.E.S.: The Boys in Black looked healthy and made a final four run at the MDC. They also have their sights set on Orlando and might surprise a few teams down at Disney World.
8. NJ Got Game: NJGG also made a final four run at the MDC before running into TS. They seem to be getting things together at the right time.
9. Team Rebels: A MDC appearance might have launched this squad into Summer Slam. I love their physical style. They will definitely be a dangerous team at the AAU Nationals.
10. Fairfax Stars: The Stars made their Spotlight debut and played in a few bangers. Their toughness and disciplined style might cause them to knock off a few big time teams.