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  • 4moreYears May 19, 2014
    Towel Boy

    Do any high school coaches also coach AAU teams. Is it allowed?

  • BallisLife May 14, 2014
    Towel Boy

    he plays at Cleveland High School.

  • Ballislife12 May 12, 2014
    Bench Warmer

    WCBA 17u blue is a great team, great coaching and they play hard, definitely gonna have to keep am eye on them going forward into this aau season. Heard one of their players Bobby Stenborg went for over 30 in 2 games at D1 states bracket play? anyone familiar with him?

  • david in smithfield Apr 21, 2014

    I saw the Raleigh Capitals play at Garner Rd a month or so ago. By far the best coached team I saw, they moved the ball and actually ran stuff, unlike most AAU teams. Don't know who coaches them, someone said former college player. No stars on that team just solid players playing team ball.

  • bruiser mcgee Apr 16, 2014

    Congrats Mike. That's a big stepping stone for the program. That was a very strong field for your boys to compete against...

    who all played well??

  • trianglehoopfan Apr 14, 2014

    …and no one cares.

  • mikepalmercfp Apr 14, 2014
    Towel Boy

    Big Shots at Garner Road event cancelled, not enough interest.

    Raleigh Capitals 17u won Silver Championship at Phenom Hoop Report event beating Team Felton, SEBL and Flight 22 along the way. West Virginia Wildcats won the Gold Championship.

  • bruiser mcgee Apr 10, 2014

    There are a couple local AAU events happening this weekend that should kick start another great year for AAU...

    Phenom Hoop Report is hosting a High School aged event at Proehlific Park.
    Talent: CP3, Upward Stars, Team Loads, Team Felton, Showtime Ballers, SEBL, Flight 22, etc...

    Big Shots is hosting a High School aged event at JD Lewis Center in Raleigh.
    While the schedule hasn't come out yet, Garner Road's teams will be there

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