A look back at South Bronx Prep’s biggest win of the season Continue reading The Statement Game
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.
2017-18 Season at a glance: 22-11 overall record Brooklyn-Queens Diocesan champions, CHSAA city championship runner up. Players to Watch: Quaran McPherson, Ryan Myers, Sterling Jones The 2017-18 season was when a young Christ The King team exceeded expectations and made the city title game. Now this same young Christ The King squad returns with some … Continue reading 25 Teams In 25 Days: Christ The King Royals
St. John’s had a tough time stopping Georgetown on Sunday afternoon Photo Credit: Georgetown Athletics Big East Press a monthly column about local Big East teams and the players from the NYC tri-state area who play in it. The midpoint of conference play is a time where the men have separated themselves from the boys … Continue reading Big East Press: Tourney or Bust
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
Photo Credit: Nicole Sweet Sometimes a clean slate in a new setting is needed to help you get closer to your goals, and for LuHi Guard Tykei Greene, that new setting is 40 minutes away from Queens. At 6-4 Greene is one of the most athletic guards in the city. Not only does he use … Continue reading In Transition: Tykei Greene
Ranney School’s Scottie Lewis was one of many standout players at Sunday’s Empire Invitational. In its third year, the Empire Invitational has become one of the most anticipated events of the High school basketball season. The game went through some significant changes as it moved from its original site Adelphi University in Long Island to … Continue reading A Look Back at The 2019 Empire Invitational