News

The travel season of 2014 is over and behind us now and opinions vary from coast to coast when it comes right down to "who's the best"?

Terrence Davis was one of the most talked about players after his performance at The Finals presented by Under Armour. The 6-foot-5 slasher from Memphis's Team Thad was one of the best players at the event and schools all over the South made him a priority.

The future of Southern basketball is in good hands. Why's that? Because of the talent in the 15 and under division of the Havoc on the Hardwood.

Perhaps the strength of the Havoc on the Hardwood was the depth of talent in the younger divisions.

With the July recruiting behind us, we look back at the action from the Havoc on the Hardwood. There were 24 teams that participated in the 17 and under division. Action was packed and the tournament was competitive. That's all you can ask for.

We crowned our final champions of the 2014 travel season on Sunday as three teams took home the Havoc on the Hardwood championship.

There were a lot of head coaches that caught the action at the Havoc and a lot of young sleepers that emerged from the action.

Friday was all about head coaches and discovery at the Havoc on the Hardwood. We saw some of college basketball's best coaches take in the night cap action while our staff was in search of the next wave of players from the South. We break it all down from our Friday notes.

WINSTON SALEM, NC - The first Havoc on the Hardwood tipped off on Thursday night with fine fashion, ushering in a new era of basketball events between HoopSeen.com and PhenomHoopReport.com. Who shined on opening night? A lot of new names on the circuit.

As The Finals came to a close, several big-time head coaches took in the Under Armour action on Saturday at Suwanee Sports Academy. Who watched who? Our staff was all over that storyline.

As the games moved into bracket play, the intensity cranked up a notch at The Finals presented by Under Armour. Our staff was all over Suwanee Sports Academy and saw a lot of action.

If you looked up and down the baselines of Suwanee Sports Academy on Friday, you saw some of the most famous faces of college basketball watching the prospects at The Finals.

The nation's best players packed into Suwanee Sports Academy on Thursday for a full day of action. Here's a quick snapshot of the notable performers.

It was a who's who of coaches at Suwanee Sports Academy on Thursday as some of the most recognizable faces in the game sat baseline at Suwanee Sports Academy.

Suwanee Sports Academy was bursting at the seams on opening night of The Finals presented by Under Armour. There was a lot to see and even more to talk about on Wednesday night.

If exposure is the name of the game in July then the players that attended The Finals presented by Under Armour were in fantasy land on Wednesday night. College coaches filled every possible inch of Suwanee Sports Academy. Here's a recruiting recap from our team of in-house reporters.

The 16 and under division was rich with talent at the 2014 Best of the South and the south's top young prospects took advantage of the stage last week at Suwanee Sports Academy.

There were, at least, 640 players at the Best of the South in the 17 and under division. Of that group, here's our picks for the best of the best from our loaded July event.

We still had plenty on the notebook from the 2014 Best of the South so we decided to unload it all into one last report from the action.