The 2021 HoopSeen Association season is in the books and we are happy to announce our first ever All-HSA team.
We have talked about going pro out of high school a lot on this channel (shameless plug -
High schoolers are officially making the decision to turn Pro. Within the past week we've heard major news regarding the landscape of grassroots basketball. Times are changing.
The month of April was an important one for our HoopSeen Association teams.
Wherever they go, the Thompson twins - Amen and Ausar - draw a crowd. In Louisville, KY for the Grassroots Showcase the Florida PRO tandem put on a show. Courtside Films captured the action.
LOUISVILLE, KY - The talent of the HoopSeen Association shined big and bright on the the most talked about stage of the spring.
What a weekend at the Grassroots Showcase here in Louisville. There was so much high level competition and a lot to take in. Read on for my tidbits on day 2 and 3.
The 2021 HoopSeen Tip-Off is in the books and we have so many things to sort through after a terrific weekend of action at Suwanee Sports Academy. What were the big storylines from the event?
The 2021 HoopSeen Tip-Off was loaded with high-level talent. Over the course of three days, our staff saw some of the top overall players from the Southeast.
SUWANEE, GA - Opening night of the HoopSeen Tip-Off was filled with some major star power, big wins for some HoopSeen Association teams, an early All-American conversation for a pair of stat
Amen and Ausar Thompson of Fort Lauderdale’s Pine Crest School are causing some coaches in South Florida some early season anxiety. Why?
One of the main storylines of the 2019 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions was the strength of the underclassmen players in the field.
By Kory Keys
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