Queen City Showcase Feature Games

Charlotte NC

Basketballelite.com is pleased to announce a sponsor partnership with 6thmanbasketball.com in the upcoming Queen City Summer Showcase on July 11th and 12th. 6thmanbasketball is dedicated to covering grassroots basketball in the Carolinas and Georgia with the goal of gaining exposure for talented players in the region. The showcase takes place during the live period for NCAA basketball and college coaches and scouts are expected to be in attendance at the two day event that will feature some the region’s most promising high school prospects.

The event is for 15u, 16u, and 17u teams and the showcase is a pay per game format with a two game minimum and four game maximum for all teams; The cost per game is $50. One game each day will be a Basketballelite.com feature game with some of the best talent being represented, with these games being streamed live on the web. The Queen City Showcase is a distinctive event because it pits many high caliber teams and prospects against one another with the top prize being pride and bragging rights. Some of the teams expected at this year’s showcase include the Carolina Rebels, Carolina Patriots, Fayetteville Stars, Detroit Spartans, EA Prep Stars, Charlotte Nets, SC Spurs, and many other talented squads.

The event will also feature some of the area’s top prospects with players such as Alec Wintering, Tony Nunn, Stavian Allen, Justin McKie, Javis Howard, Marcus Johnson, Isaiah Manderson, Lucas Johnson, Jared Joyner, Adam Koziol, Zaquan Matthews, Antwan Maxwell, Luke May, Jordan McCleveen, Jaquan Murray and many other talented young basketball players. The event is being held at Carolina Courts in Concord, NC with games beginning at 5:30pm on Wednesday, July 11th. For more information please visit 6thmanbasketball.com, or call CL Butler at (843)-455-1893 and be sure to follow 6thmanbasketball on Twitter, @6manbasketball.

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