General News for March 2015

The Georgia Cup is a great platform for our HoopSeen.com staff to take a good, long look at teams and players. Justin Young empties his three takeaways from the weekend.

By Kory Keys

Kory Keys looks back at a busy weekend for the Georgia Cup #2. What were his three takeaways from the weekend of basketball?

The second Georgia Cup of the circuit is in the books and we look back at the lessons learned from the high school division. Carter Wilson unloads the three biggest takeaways from the weekend.

The second stop on the Georgia Cup circuit had 124 teams playing over 10 different age divisions. Here are the recaps for the championship game stories.

17U | 16U | 15U | 14U | 13U | 12U | 11U | 10U | 9U | 8U

His name is spelled:

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In this week's episode, we look closely at three different coaching jobs, three different hires and three different levels of schools. How will the new hires and the new identity of each program rebuild? Brian Snow and Justin Young look at Mississippi State, UNC Charlotte and Kennesaw State.

What a difference a year makes. Just ask James Banks. The 6-foot-10 center from Mount Vernon (GA) has quickly emerged as one of the hottest prospects in the Peach State.

The first Georgia Cup of the year is in the books and what a great weekend it was. Bookmark this page as we drop more links to All-Tournament teams, pictures and more from the weekend.

As championship day approaches, we like where things are headed for the brackets on Sunday. Here's our halfway point notebook from Saturday's action.

With the 2014-2015 high school season now in the history books, we decided it was time to close out the class of 2015 rankings for the state of Georgia. The class is rich with depth and star power at the top. What a ride it was.

The Elite Preview was a tremendous day of basketball at Suwanee Sports Academy Cobb. We had 80 of Georgia's best players from the class of 2016, 2017 and 2018.

The Elite Preview was a tremendous day of basketball at Suwanee Sports Academy Cobb. We had 80 of Georgia's best players from the class of 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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