NBA Scouts & National Media Outlets Set to Attend The 2019 Pangos All-American Camp this Weekend. #PangosAACamp

17th Annual Pangos All-American Camp will host over 100 top high school basketball prospects from across the nation over the course of 3 days

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The Pangos All-American Camp has become one of the most anticipated events of the summer, assembling top high school basketball prospects from across the nation for a 3 day camp. This years event will take place Friday, May 31- Sunday, June 2 at Cerritos College (Norwalk, CA), and will offer free fan admission.

2019 Pangos AA Camp is headlined by:  2020 #1 6-11+ Evan Mobley (Rancho Christian/Temecula CA) as well as legit 2020 McDonald’s All-American Game candidates 6-7 Cade Cunningham, 6-7 Scottie Barnes, 6-4 Josh Christopher, 6-10 Isiaah Todd, 6-8 Ziaire Williams, 7-0 Makur Maker, 6-5 Daishen Nix, 6-6 Kyree Walker, 7-0 Xavier Foster, 6-9 Day’Ron Sharpe (UNC verbal), 6-5 Moses Moody, 6-6 Micah Peavy, 6-6 MarJon Beauchamp, 6-6 Daylen Terry and 6-4 Adam Miler.

Elite 2021 prospects scheduled to be on-hand include: 6-9 Jonathan Kuminga, 6-7 Terrence Clarke, 6-9 Paolo Bachero, 6-4 Jaden Hardy, 6-9 Moussa Diabate, 6-9 JT Thor, 6-10 Moussa Cisse and 6-4 Aminu Mohammed.
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NBA Teams scheduled to attend thus far include: Golden State Warriors, Toronto Raptors, Boston Celtics, San Antonio Spurs, OKC Thunder,  LA Clippers, Philly 76ers, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, NY Knicks, Indiana Pacers, Sacramento Kings, Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns, Charlotte Hornets, and Washington Wizards.

 

2019 Pangos All-American Camp Schedule

Friday May 31, 2019
1:00pm – 5:00pm Hotel Check-in @ Sheraton Cerritos
5:45pm – 6:00pm Bus leaves for Cerritos College
6:00pm – 6:45pm Dinner at Cal Cerritos College
6:00pm – 7:00pm Camp Registration and Gear Distribution @ Cerritos College
7:00pm – 7:15pm Opening Remarks/Instructions
7:15pm – 8:30pm Individual Instruction
8:30pm – 9:15pm Camp Games – 3 courts (ACC Round 1)
9:15pm – 10:00pm Camp Games- 3 courts (Pac-12 Round 1)

Saturday June 1, 2019
9:00am – 10:00am Breakfast at Hotel
11:45am Depart hotel (via shuttle) to Cerritos College
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch at Cerritos College
1:00pm – 1:30pm Strength & Conditioning workout
1:30pm – 3:00pm Individual Instruction
3:00pm – 4:00pm Camp Games – 3 courts (ACC Round 2)
4:00pm – 5:00pm Camp Games – 3 courts (Pac-12 Round 2)
5:00pm – 6:00pm Dinner at Cerritos College
6:00pm – 6:40pm Recruiting Roundtable (Q&A with national scouts)
6:40pm – 7:35pm Camp games – 3 courts (ACC Round 3)
7:35pm – 8:30pm Camp games – 3 courts (Pac-12 Round 3)

Sunday June 2, 2019
8:00am – 8:45am Breakfast
8:45am Depart (via bus) to Cerritos College
9:30am – 10:15am Camp games – 3 courts (ACC Round 4)
10:15am – 11:00am Camp games – 3 courts (Pac-12 Round 4)
11:00am – 11:45pm Lunch at Gym
11:45am – 12:00pm Announcement of All-Star Teams/Final Remarks
12:00pm – 1:15pm “Cream of the Crop” Top 50 Game
1:15pm – 2:15pm “Cream of Crop” Top 25 Game
2:00pm – 5:00pm Campers depart/transport out-of-state campers to airport

 

Follow #PangosAACamp on Social Media: 

Twitter: @PangosAACamp
Instagram: @pangosallamericancamp
Facebook: Pangos All-American Camp

Camp Director, Dinos Trigonis on twitter: @trigonis30

ALL GAMES WILL BE LIVE-STREAMED ON BALLERTV.COM

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ARS/Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest (Tampa) kicks off this weekend at Berkeley Prep w/ a LOADED Lineup

The ARS/Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest (TAMPA) is set to take place Friday, February 1st through Saturday, February 2nd at Berkeley Preparatory in Tampa, Florida.

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The multi-city basketball tournament (D.C., Dallas, Memphis, Tampa) is designed to match National recognized basketball programs against some of the area’s top teams. The ARS/Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest also serves as a fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital- in their initiative to give back – “because this is much bigger than basketball.”

This year, ESPNU will televise one of the most anticipated matchups of the year, Oak Hill Academy (VA) vs Montverde (FL) at 4:30pm Eastern Time.

“The tournament is a unique opportunity for people to see the nation’s best talent in a series of games- Travis Haddock (Event Director). With over 20 ESPN ranked high school prospects gearing up to play this weekend in Tampa, I would have to admit, this is definitely a lineup of the Nation’s best.

 

Click link to watch full games and highlights on BallerTV Live Stream:  ARS National Hoopfest Live Stream

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SCHEDULE: 

Friday, Feb 1st @ Berkeley Prep

5:00pm: Orlando Christian Prep vs Tampa Prep

6:30pm:  Huntington Prep (WV) vs Berkeley Prep

8:00pm: Montverde Academy vs IMG Academy (post grad)

 

Saturday, Feb 2 @ Berkeley Prep 

11:00am: St. Pete vs West Oaks

12:45pm: Tampa Catholic vs The Village

2:30pm: Berkeley Prep vs University School

**4:30pm Montverde Academy vs Oak Hill Academy (ESPNU game)**

6:00pm: Oak Ridge vs Huntington Prep

*** To purchase tickets click link: ARS National Hoopfest TAMPA

For more information email: HaddockSports@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

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Young Game Changers Hoops presents “WAR ON THE WOOD” | Boys & Girls, 3rd-8th Grade| October 20th-21st

WAR ON THE WOOD 

 

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Don’t miss this great opportunity for your team to play against other quality teams in a competitive environment.

** 1st and 2nd place AWARDS will be given.**

WHO: 3rd-8th Grade – Boys & Girls Basketball Programs

WHAT: WAR ON THE WOOD

WHERE: Game on Sports Complex (2600 Alemeda St. Fort Worth, TX 76108)

WHEN: Saturday, October 20th through Sunday, October 21st

$295 per team – 3 GAMES GAURANTEED – CLICK LINK TO PAY

More info and registration: WAR ON THE WOOD REGISTRATION  

 

 

 

CLICK LINK TO FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @YGC36Hoops

EVENT CONTACT: Vonzell Thomas |817.845.3338 |coachvon@ygc36hoops.com

 

#PressRelease Elite 14 Showcase Announces Increased Field and a Friday Night Addition to the Event

Elite 14 Showcase Announces Increased Field and a Friday Night Addition to the Event

Elite 14 Showcase Announces an Increased field of 40 Top Basketball Teams, Along with Implementing a Friday Night Prep Showcase Featuring 10 National Programs 

DALLAS, TX, September 18th, 2018 – The 14th Annual Elite 14 Showcase kicks off the 2018 NCAA November evaluation period with a full weekend of action-packed high school basketball beginning Friday, November 2 through Saturday, November 3rd. The event will take place at Denton Guyer High School on Friday night and at Hirschi High School in Wichita Falls, TX all day Saturday.

This invitational has established itself throughout the years as a centerpiece of the nation’s best collection of high school teams and individual talent anticipating the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of college coaches, national and local media, NBA scouts, family and fan enthusiasts. What started out as a rivalry showcase thirteen years ago with initially 14 teams, hence the name, from Texas and Oklahoma, has now grown to 40 top teams from across the nation.

“We are excited about the growth of “Elite 14 Showcase” and thankful for the support of everyone who has helped make this event a success each year. It is our mission to continue providing student-athletes a national platform to perform on in hopes of garnering exposure and furthering their basketball initiatives,” said Coach Hedge Elite 14 Showcase Director and Hirschi High School Head Basketball Coach.

 

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In an effort to build and cultivate the high school basketball experience, The Elite 14 Showcase announced a Friday night addition to the event: “Elite 14 Prep Showcase” featuring 10 National programs going head-to-head in key matchups.

Traditionally, Saturday will remain the same: a full day of exciting hoops at Hirschi High School along with the best home cooked hospitality room.

 

This year’s event will feature the following participating teams:

2018 PARTCIPATING TEAMS

TEXAS- 19
Duncanville High School, Duncanville, TX (6A) 28-7 Area Finalist
Estacado High School, Lubbock, TX (4A) 25-6 Regional Semifinalist
Denton Guyer High School, Denton, TX (6A) 38-2 Regional Finalist
Hirschi High School, Wichita Falls, TX (4A) 25-9 Regional Quarterfinalist
Lancaster High School, Dallas, TX (5A) 16-12 Regional Finalist
Lewisville High School, Lewisville, TX
Little Elm High School, Little Elm, TX
North Crowley High School, Fort Worth, TX (6A) 31-6 Regional Semifinalist
Northwest High School, Justin, TX (5A) 35-6 State Finalist
Pearce High School, Richardson, TX (6A) 23-9 Regional Quarterfinalist
Rider High School, Wichita Falls, TX (5A) 26-8 Regional Quarterfinalist
Prosper High School, Prosper, TX (5A)
Sulphur Springs High School, Sulphur Springs, TX (5A) 30-5 Regional Quarterfinalist
St. Marks the School of Texas, Dallas, TX
The Colony High School, Lewisville, TX, (5A) 26-11
Timberview High School, Mansfield, TX (5A) 26-7 Regional Quarterfinalist
Trinity Christian, Cedar Hill, TX
Wagner High School, San Antonio (6A) 29-7 Regional Quarterfinalist
Wyatt High School, Fort Worth, TX (5A) 23-12 Regional Semifinals
OKLAHOMA – 11
Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, OK (5A) 20-7 State Runner-up
Eisenhower High School, Lawton, OK (5A) 20-6 State Semifinalist
Heritage Hall High School, Oklahoma City, OK (4A) State Champions
Memorial High School, Tulsa, OK (5A) 27-2 State Champions
Newcastle, OK / Millwood High School, Oklahoma City, OK
Norman High School, Norman, OK (6A) 15-9 Area Finalist
North High School, Norman, OK (6A)
North High School, Putnam City, OK (6A) 25-5 State Champions
Northwest Classen High School, Oklahoma City, OK (5A) 20-6 State Semifinalist
Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa, OK (6A) 14-10
West High School, Putnam City, OK (6A) 20-7 State Quarterfinalist
PREP SCHOOLS- 10
Handle It Academy, Seattle, WA
Redemption Life Christian Prep, Tulsa, OK
Southwest Christian Academy, Little Rock, AR
St. Louis Christian Academy, St. Louis, MO
Sunrise Christian Academy, Wichita, KS, 22-2
Trinity International, Las Vegas, NV
iSchool Entrepreneurial Academy, Lewisville TX
Cy-Fair Learning Center, Houston TX
Universal Academy, Coppell, TX
Lawton Christian High School, Lawton, OK

 

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR UPDATES: @Elite14Showcase

For media inquires, event sponsorship, or more information, please visit our website at www.Elite14ShowcaseSeries.com

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2018 Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Camp – Oct. 13th & 14th @ Drive Nation

2018 PANGOS ALL-SOUTH FROSH/SOPH CAMP

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Date: Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th

Location: Drive Nation (2550 Rental Car Drive Dallas, TX 75261)

Website: Fullctpress.net

  • Play top competition from the South
  • Evaluation by National Scouts
  • All games will be streamed live on Baller TV
  • Video coverage by Ball is Life & Highlight sports Productions
  • Skills Session directed by former NBA/NCAA Assistant Dave Miller
  • Each Player will plat in 3 camp games
  • Everyone receives a Pangos All-South T-Shirt
  • Top players invited to 2019 Pangos All-American Camp (Early June)

To Register Online Click here: Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Registration

For more information contact Dinos @  (562) 804-8747 or e-mail: Trigonis30@aol.com

Pangos Camp updates follow on twitter: @Trigonis30

Layups2Standup & NBA MVP Russell Westbrook bring an evening of infamous comedy to OKC with the 3rd Annual “Why Not?? Comedy Show”

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Layups2Standup Announces 3rd Annual “Why Not?? Comedy Show”

Acclaimed comedian Demetrius “Juice” Deason and OKC Thunder’s very own Russell Westbrook will host an infamous evening of comedy with the 3rd Annual “Why Not?? Comedy Show”

Friday, August 17, 2018 (Oklahoma City, OK) – Layups2Standup, an innovative brand that channels the love of basketball and comedy to create community events, has announced the return of the “Why Not?? Comedy Show” hosted by renowned comedian Demetrius “Juice” Deason and NBA MVP Russell Westbrook. The event will take place Friday, October 26th at the iconic Tower Theater in Oklahoma City.

The inaugural “Why Not?? Comedy Show” was created to become a staple event in Oklahoma, kicking off the Thunder’s NBA season. In only its third year, the “Why Not?? Comedy Show” has emerged as one of the most anticipated events of the year. In addition to comedy and cocktails, proceeds of the comedy show will benefit Regional Food Bank Oklahoma – Food For Kids Backpack Program. Through the Backpack Program, the Regional Food Bank delivers pre-assembled food sacks and backpacks to participating schools at no cost to the school or the child. The food bags contain approximately 10 different purchased foods designed to provide nutrition and calories for chronically hungry children over the weekend.

“We are excited to be back, kicking off another Thunder season with the City of Oklahoma at the 3rd Annual “Why Not?? Comedy Show”- but I must say the nonprofit that we went with this year has really hit home,” said Comedian and Founder of Layups2standup Demetrius Deason. “It brings great joy to know our initiative in partnership with the Regional Food Bank Oklahoma plans to feed 180 kids through the Backpack Program, over a year time span…And that is what Layups2Standup, myself, and Russell are about!”

This years’ event is slated to be bigger and better, cultivating an evening of laughter and premiere entertainment with a diverse lineup of established and emerging comedic talent. With a star-studded red carpet lined with celebrities, professional athletes, corporate partners, and the “who’s who” of Oklahoma, “WHY NOT?” attend.

Tickets go on sale Friday, August 17th, 2018 at 10:00am (cst) and can be purchased here: Why Not?? Comedy Show Tickets

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About Regional Food Bank Oklahoma – Food for Kids Programs
One in four children in Oklahoma has inconsistent access to healthy food. The Regional Food Bank is working hard to end childhood hunger in Oklahoma by providing chronically hungry children with the meals they need today to help them thrive. More than 37 percent of the Regional Food Bank’s emergency food recipients are children. Last year, the Regional Food Bank saw a dramatic increase in the need for food assistance. For the first time ever, nearly 44,000 chronically hungry children were served through the Food for Kids Programs, a 17 percent increase.
Because there is a critical connection between childhood nutrition and cognitive and physical development, even nutritional deficiencies of a relatively short-term nature can negatively impact a child’s health, behavior and the ability to concentrate and perform complex tasks. Going without food can cause behavioral and psychological effects such as depression, aggression, anxiety and poor social skills in children. Food is the most essential school supply. Hungry children cannot learn.

The Regional Food Bank serves children directly through four programs in its Food for Kids Programs: Backpack Program, Kids Cafe, Summer Feeding and School Pantries. For more information: Regional Food Bank OKC Food For Kids

 

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REBOUND HOOPS Presents VEGAS FINALS July 25th-28th |Last Live Period – REGISTER NOW!