With the attention of the college basketball world focused on Atlanta this week for the Final Four, we thought it was a good time to make some announcements about HoopSeen.com and Suwanee Sports Academy.
What's changing? A lot actually. Let's start with HoopSeen.com. Clearly the website you're reading now has changed. And changed a lot. We hope you like. We do.
The site is cleaner, easier to navigate and easy on the eyes. We're also partial to the basketball stories being the best in Georgia.
We invite you to read HoopSeen.com on your mobile device or tablet. We planned with those devices in mind first. After all, aren't you reading about the events while you are at the event? If not, the invitation is out there to start doing so.
You'll also notice that we've enhanced our WiFi strength inside Suwanee Sports Academy. It is now easier to go online to read content, share socially, take pictures and interact with other basketball fans. We encourage you to be active with social media during the events. Each of our events will have a specific hashtag to help guide you to the conversation.
What kind of content can you expect on HoopSeen.com? Here's a peek at the kind of stories our staff will provide every week:
Seen Around the Hoop: Robert Alfonso, Jr. checks in every Tuesday with his news, notes and inside information from around Georgia high school hoops and beyond. No one is more dialed in than Mr. HoopSeen.
Just a Minute: For 15 years, Justin Young has written the Just a Minute column about basketball at every level. Each Wednesday, he'll post his thoughts about Georgia hoops, basketball in the Southeast and any other newsworthy content from the roundball world.
#TweetBag: Conversations happen all the time on Twitter and we love the interaction. Feel free to ask us anything regarding high school and grassroots hoops in Georgia. We'll tackle everything and share those conversations here.
Trending: What are the storylines at our events? What are people talking about on Twitter? Which players created all the buzz? We tackle all of those questions in Trending. Are you a part of the conversation?
#WeVeSeen: Players emerge all the time. At HoopSeen, we want to be there when that moment happens. The #WeVeSeen page is a collection of players that we've tweeted about using the #BeSeen hashtag. Check back often to see who caught our attention on the hardwood.
We're excited about a new grassroots season. We're excited about the new HoopSeen.com. We're excited that you are part of the journey with us.