The NBA Top 100 camp starts on Wednesday and a handful of Georgia players will make the trip to Charlottesville, Virginia for the event.

Thirty-five seconds sit on the new square box that is fixated on the wall of Miller Grove's spacious Purple Palace gymnasium.

Some recognize it. Others dismiss it. A few don't even realize it is there until the horn sounds. And, boy, does it sound. Loudly.

Thirty-five seconds. Time to make a decision. Time to make a play. Time to speed up the pace.

For those coaches and teams playing in Miller Grove's summer league, it is also a time to try out an experimental shot clock. The Georgia High School Association, and the majority of other state associations, don't operate the basketball season with a shot clock.

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ATHENS, GACameron Johnson has a flexible carefree approach to both his passions.

As a basketball and football player, Johnson understands he needs to make adjustments on the fly considering the positions he plays. Whether on the hardwood or football field, Johnson is always looking to give his teammates a helping hand. So, making the transition from both sports comes natural.

MARIETTA, GAAvery Patterson is greedy and hungry, which isn’t a bad thing in itself.

He steps on the court with one thing on his mind, beating his opponent. Patterson’s approach to the game is to go hard at all times. He does not to get beat in anything, nor does he want to be outworked by anyone.

It was a busy week at the Grassroots Capital as the Nike Memorial Day Classic came to town.

SUWANEE, GA – The hardest thing for any competitor is to concede defeat.

However, the toughest thing to do for any travel basketball team is re-arranging travel plans on a minimal budget. This is exactly what happened for the Houston Hoops DJ team.

SUWANEE, GA – Hoop Dream Kentucky imposed its will on every team in front of them during the Nike Memorial Day Classic.

The Blue Grass state dominated every aspect of the game, which culminated in an 82-59 win over the CP3 All-Stars on Sunday at Suwanee Sports Academy.

SUWANEE, GA – Drama can best describe the 14U championship.

The NC Heat came back from a double-digit deficit before winning the Nike Memorial Day Classic title 61-60 on Sunday at Suwannee Sports Academy.

Norcross wing Andre Chatfield is a smart guy. He's book smart, self-aware smart, on the court smart and now on the road to recruiting smart.

The key to the 6-foot-5, 185-pound guard's recruitment? Relationships.

The class of 2013 will turn the tassels this week around the Peach State and what better way to send of the graduates than with a hefty dose of senior superlatives.

Recruiting has picked up so much for Temarcus Blanton has to keep a running list on his phone to keep up with the schools that have offered a scholarship and the ones that are knocking on the door.

Let's rewind for a bit.

As a fresh-faced sophomore on a good Chattahooche High School team, Marcus Sheffield started the high school basketball season with little expectations. He played with a pair of quality seniors in Markus Terry and Trey Archambeau, who already assumed the role of go-to guy and leader.

All Sheffield needed to do was show up, make positive plays and continue to grow.

SUWANEE, GA – Sports is the best way to erase some bad memories.

For the Southern Stampede Black 14U team it was also a chance that it is a team capable of winning some championship games. On Sunday, they beat rival the D-Favors Celtics 56-46 to win the championship of the Wallace Prather Memorial Classic at Suwanee Sports Academy.