NetCast Sports Network to Broadcast Phenom Hoops Challenge in Greensboro

Posted by Press Release on April 11, 2014 at 3:37 pm under Amateur | Comments are off for this article

The state of North Carolina is a major point of emphasis in the state of North Carolina. Universities from the top programs, dubbed ‘high majors’ in recruiting lingo, pass through the state constantly to keep up with the talented players in the region.

This weekend, one of the top spots on the east coast is Greensboro, where the Phenom Hoops Challenge will take place over three days and in two locations and fans will have the opportunity to watch some of the best high school players in the nation live at Several of the top AAU teams with nationally sought after recruits will be playing in one of the first elite AAU basketball events of the 2014 Spring season.

Some of the more well-known players include 6’9” sophomore Harry Giles, who will be playing for the first time since going down with an ACL injury that kept him out of high school action at Wesleyan Christian Academy last season. Giles hometown is Winston-Salem, and the agile power forward has offers from the elite in college basketball programs–North Carolina, Kentucky and Duke­. They have all made offers with several more in tow.

Other high profile recruits include P.J. Dozier, a guard from South Carolina, who is also returning from injury and has offers from Kansas and North Carolina and many more similar recruits. For those who want to see the action live, the event will be held at Proehlific Park and Northeast Guilford HS with the 17-and-under teams playing at Proehlific and the other teams playing in the high school gym. More information about the event can be found at

For those who cannot make it to the gym – such as fans of the more far-flung schools in the SEC and Big 12, several of the games on the final day, Sunday, will be broadcast online by NetCast Sports Network. As with most AAU tournaments, the first Friday evening and all day Saturday are organized as pool play. The teams who perform the best in pool play advance to Championship Sunday and elimination play.

The games Sunday can be watched online at live and in replay.

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