The new NCAA recruiting calendar helped bring back recruiting to high school basketball, one league that benefited from this was the CHSAA when they hosted their 1st annual team camp at Archbishop Molloy High school on June 28th – through the 30th. CHSAA teams from all divisions had the chance to play in front of … Continue reading CHSAA Chronicles: A look back at the CHSAA Team Camp
In week 2 at Tri-State, Dyckman bounced back from their opening week loss to Gersh by edging Tri-State 50-49. In that game Al-Amir Dawes, a rising senior at The Patrick School in New Jersey led Dyckman with 22 points and 5 steals. Gersh Blew past West 4th 61-53 to remain undefeated at 2-0. Photo credit: … Continue reading NYvs NY 2018: Tri State and Lincoln Park
Photo Credit: Ben Berry/ Ben Shot it This Article was originally published on July 25th, 2018 The Class of 2020 have some special guards that have made a lot of noise from the jump. One thing that separates these guards from others is their ability to flourish while playing above their level. It’s an arduous … Continue reading #LostFiles Dre Got Next: LuHi’s Andre Curbelo is on the Rise
The Seton Hall Pirates May have lost the Big East Championship but they proved a lot and they are one of many teams to be feared in the NCAA tournament. Continue reading Big East Press: Pirates fall in Championship but Still Has the Juice
The Seton Hall Pirates have a few more weeks to make a final push for the NCAA tournament. Continue reading Big East Press: New Month, New Opportunities for the Pirates
This is an updated article from August 30th, 2017 Rasheem Jenkins was one of NYC’s top guards during his four years at Wings Academy in The Bronx. The All-city guard then was able to play division 1 basketball at Florida A&M and play professionally in Germany and Poland, but since he stopped playing basketball a … Continue reading TBT: Wings Academy Alum Rasheem Jenkins Gives Back With The Grenada Blacktop Classic.
There was a time when the Unlimited division ruled many summer leagues across the NYC area and the younger players never got as much attention from the fans in the park unless they were playing with grown men. That has definitely changed the past few years at Dyckman basketball tournament where the CEO and Commissioner … Continue reading How Prom Season Thursdays Became Dyckman Park’s Main Attraction