Day 2 Standouts: LV Championships
Day 2 was championship Sunday and we got some really good games across the board and some excellent play from various players. Aiden Sanchez || Rose City Rebels || 2027 || Aiden has been solid all weekend and the thing…
Day 2 was championship Sunday and we got some really good games across the board and some excellent play from various players.
Aiden Sanchez || Rose City Rebels || 2027 ||
Aiden has been solid all weekend and the thing that Stood out overall in his middle school game is that he has really let the game come to him. He is not forcing many shots or trying to do it all by himself, Aiden distributes and makes the extra pass and more often than not the ball comes back and finds him again. Defensively he is active and knows how to be a pest on the ball.
Steven Sun || Seattle Rotary || 2028 ||
Steven has a great motor and he will take what you give him as well. When he is coming off of screens or pin down he catches the ball in rhythm and lets it go not really worrying about how far he is off the line. With great form and a solid arc on his release he is a big time threat out in the perimeter. He already has a well known mid length leggings he runs with all the time and he is hard to miss because he is so active off the ball that you see someone chasing him all the time. He often times is stuck guarding bigger guys and it does not faze him at all, he is willing to do the dirty work.
Emmanuel Chabuka || Rose City Rebels || 2027 ||
Chabuka has been playing well all weekend and the entire league. His ability to control the boars on Sunday was a very apparent. He can go to different strategies. He at times will simply out hustle or out jump his opponent but at times he will seek out a body and use that fundamental box out. These kind of foundational skills really go a long way. Chabuka does what he needs to as he sets screens and passes the ball well when he gets touches out on the perimeter. Scoring inside is his forte but he can step out a little as well.
Peyton Lubash || Vegas Elite Southwest || 2027 ||
Peyton is quickly becoming a really fun player to watch. His GO GO GO motor on both ends of the floor seems to bring out a contagious energy that you can feel as an onlooker. Peyton is locked and loaded at all times and he will hit you with a shot from deep or from anywhere as he is always looking for an opportunity to attack and get an advantage. This kid is sneaky and sneaky good as he remind of a Jose Alvarado in a way.