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Hoop Dreams Summer Camp Series 2017

Hoop Dreams Summer Camp Series 2017

  • Hoop Dreams Summer Camp II (PASSING) – July 10-14, 2017 – 9:30am-12:30pm – Online Registraton
  • Hoop Dreams Summer Camp III (DEFENSE) – August 7-11, 2017 – 9:30am-12:30pm – Online Registration
  • Ages 8-16 (Boys & Girls)
  • All Camps take place at:  Portland Christian High School – 12425 NE San Rafael St., Portland, OR 97230

Chris Mullins game demanded respect!

Chris Mullin – USA (“Dream Team”) ’92

 

This is a great article on Chris Mullin!  Goes in depth about his work ethic, passion, skill & uncanny passing ability!  Mullin is a great player to study for ALL PLAYERS!  If anyone worked half as hard as Chris Mullin, they will have a successful career!  Read Full Article

Moser is heading to Oregon!

“Kumbeno Memory has watched Mike Moser grow up. He’s helped shape the player he is today as Moser’s AAU coach (I-5 Elite) and has always remained very close with the recent Oregon transfer. So, with Moser’s decision electrifying the Oregon fanbase Tuesday, Memory talks about the advantages of each school, why Moser ultimately chose to stay close to home and why he’s such a great fit at Oregon.”

Via: csnnw.com

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Nigel Williams-Goss Player Eval

1365175979Nigel Williams-Goss, 6’3, Point Guard
Committed to Washington

Nigel Williams-Goss played in the McDonald’s All American game this last week and Draft Express has much praise for his play.

“Taking home the top spot in the 2013 McDonald’s All-American game 3-point contest and running the point for the West in practice, Nigel Williams-Goss (ESPN #20, Scout #48, Rivals #61) proved to be one of the more steady and mature guards in attendance over the course of the week.

Standing 6’3 with a 6’7 wingspan, Williams-Goss has great size for the point guard position, but lacks elite speed and explosiveness. Possessing a fairly mature skill set –the byproduct of playing a key role for national powerhouse Findlay Prep in recent years– Williams-Goss compensates for his lack of blow-by speed with the ability to play at different speeds to keep his defender off balance, solid ball-handling ability, and budding playmaking ability on the pick and roll.

The Happy Valley, Oregon native is not a dominant offensive player, lacking the speed and creativity to score inside at will, but is an improved shooter who proves to be a crafty and opportunistic scorer inside the arc. He shows the ability to control tempo and was one of the more willing passers over the course of the week in Chicago, showing the type of leadership, versatility, and intensity on both ends that should help him pay dividends for Lorenzo Romar‘s Washington Huskies as a freshman.

With Abdul Gaddy graduating, Williams-Goss should see ample opportunity to showcase his scoring and passing ability next season. The one-time UNLV commit has no shortage of big game experience at the high school level, and though he lacks great athleticism, his skill and competitive streak makes him a player to keep an eye on down the road.”

From DraftExpress.com