War B4 Storm: Part 2
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Cody Lechilder HEIGHT 6'3" POS CG CLASS 2024 Cody Lechilder School: Owasso High School Club: Tulsa Hawks Lechilder is automatic from the three-point line. He can shoot it off the dribble and is even better off of the catch and…
Lechilder is automatic from the three-point line. He can shoot it off the dribble and is even better off of the catch and shot. His demeanor towards the game is very even and regardless of him making a mistake or making a great play, he ends up keeping a straight face and continuing to play basketball.
Miller is an absolute game-changer for a team. At 6’10” he can play all five positions and guard all five positions as well. He can shoot it from the three-point line and also has no issues bringing the ball up the floor and being a lead guard. When he makes up his mind to go to the cup it is not stopping him from getting where he wants to go. When he gets the ball off a rebound because of his height, he has no problem being able to see down the court over the defense and making the right play.
Smith is very explosive off the dribble. He can get to the rim quickly. If he is trying to get to the rim and he has somebody in his way, he doesn’t mind taking a chance in jumping over them to try to finish the play. He can play both the lead guard and the off-guard and has the basketball IQ to understand when he is playing which position. What is good about him is that he understands how to pick his spots and never forces anything.
Grace was the perfect spark that the Texas Impact needed throughout the game. He was able to knock down three-point shots consistently and played with very high energy throughout the game. When going to the basket he was super explosive and in the second half of the game, he was able to get a poster on a semi-fast break. Grace is somebody that does really well playing off the basketball and has a high motor on the defensive side of the ball.
Brown was an absolute monster on the boards against TJ Ford elite today. He consistently crashed the offensive glass and had and was able to get putbacks over defenders. When his guards penetrated he always seemed to be in the right place at the right time to get a basket for his team. When he did get the ball down low he take one or two dribbles and was able to finish around his defenders and over the top of them as well.
Burch is a kid that is blazing fast with the basketball. During the match-up between Max Level Elite and ASAK 3ssb, he was a major difference maker. The game consistently went back and forth and every time his team needed a bucket, he was the one to provide it for them. His speed allowed him to be able to be the anchor on the defensive side of the basketball. He was able to put pressure on the primary ball handler for ASAK and got some key steals when it mattered most.