The East Coast Basketball League has announced the 2018 All-Star Rosters as they head into their conference playoff championships this weekend.

Southern Conference

Chris Moore – Prime Time Players
Terell Smith – Prime Time Players
PJ Heath – Prime Time Players
Anton Grier – Carolina Crusaders
Sam Dotson – Carolina Crusaders
Trey James – Carolina Thunder
James Richardson – Carolina Thunder
Alex Brown – Carolina Thunder
Mike Couvson – Augusta Eagles
Daniel Quarles – Augusta Eagles
Octreyvius Roebuck – SC All-Stars
James Murray – Charlotte Tribe

Northern Conference

DeShaune Greene – Hampton Roads Warriors
Caleb Henderson – Hampton Roads Warriors
Robert Pinkston – Petersburg Cavaliers
Kenard Moore – Winston-Salem Certified
Marsharee Neely – Winston-Salem Certified
Jamarr Hardy – East Carolina Cardinals
Kendall Ham – East Carolina Cardinals
Will Griffin – NC Coyotes
Corey Evans – NC Coyotes
Danny Sanders – Hickory Hoyas
Justin Glover – Hickory Hoyas
Avery Patterson – Rowan County Bulls

The ECBL All-Star Game for 2018 will be live streamed on NetCast Sports on June 30, 2018.

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Well, you really couldn’t ask for a better opening day for the BCBA Summer League – at 6:30pm, Greensboro Day will tip off against High Point Christian Academy, two national level basketball programs who are already loading up for a solid 2018-19 season.

In a double header, NetCastSports.com will live stream today’s games, including not only the GDS/HPCA match up, but also Calvary Day vs the BCBA All-Stars at approximately 7:30 pm. The live streaming sports network will also live stream several games from the league on June 19. Games for this year’s summer league are played at Calvary Day. There are games played over the next two weeks on multiple days with area high schools.

Triad All-Star Classic

Triad All-Star Classic

NetCast Sports Network will be live streaming the 2016 Triad All-Star Classic on March 20, 2016, including the varsity girls game at 3:00 PM, the dunk contest at 5:15 pm and the boys game at 5:35 pm. Each game broadcast link is available on NetCastSports.com. Viewers can watch the games on either their desktop PC or mobile device.

This year’s Triad All Star Classic features senior high school basketball players who are nominated by their coaches and selected by area media and scouts to participate. This year, the event is being expanded to an All-Star Weekend, beginning with a free college recruiting educational session on Friday night at Calvary Baptist gym in Winston-Salem.

The All-Star Classic will be held at Walkertown High School and this year’s East roster includes Wake Forest commit Brandon Childress of Wesleyan, Raymon Pratt of Ben L. Smith HS, Orlando Smith of SW Guilford as well as Tennessee commit Jalen Johnson. The Western roster includes Guilford College commit Kyler Gregory of Starmount, Bruno Solumon of Forsyth Country Day, Furman commit Clay Mounce, as well as Akia Pruitt from RJ Reynolds.

The Triad All Star Classic is organized by Blue Chip Basketball Academy. For more information and full rosters, visit BlueChipBasketballAcademy.com.

NetCast Sports Network is broadcasting a nice matchup between Northside Christian and Gaston Day tonight at 7pm EST, in a battle to decide which will win between an unstoppable force and an immovable object. The broadcast will be streamed live and you can catch it by clicking here to watch the game and here’s some of the reasons why this contest should be one to catch:

  • Northside Christian defeated Gaston Day by only two points just a week ago at Northside. However, Gaston Day hasn’t lost at home this season. Something’s gotta give.
  • Both teams have several college prospects, some of which include the speedy Derek McKnight, Trevor Anderson, Aiden Richard (commmited to Belmont Abbey) and Nate Hinton for Gaston Day, while Northside boasts Rayjon Tucker (committed to Florida Gulf Coast), Lysander Bracey and several others
  • Gaston Day comes into tonight’s game having won 4 of their last 5.
  • Northside Christian comes into tonight’s game riding a 5 game winning streak.

So while a lot of people would like to tune in to see if explosive dunker Rayjon Tucker takes one of the rims back with him on the team bus, there are several great matchups here and the added fact that Northside is bringing their winning streak in to play a team that hasn’t lost at home. Add in the fact that both teams have winning records and solid conference records and you’ve got a solid on court battle shaping up. Be sure to tune in at 7pm and watch here.

Replay from the 2014 Southeast Summer Showcase, held June 15 in Winston-Salem, NC. For more information on the showcase, visit this link.

Rosters:

10 Cecil Moore
16 Michal Seals
17 Brandon Lewis
18 Jalen Sanders
20 Malon Herron
55 Devin Cooper (PG, 6’1″, 2015) Ardrey Kell HS (NC)
56 Ian Boyd (G/F, 6’3″, 2016) Apex HS (NC)
57 Brandon Childress (PG, 6′, 2016) Wesleyan (NC)
104 DaQuan Lilly (SF, 6’6″, 2015) Knightdale HS (NC)
109 Malik Constantine (SF, 6’4″, 2015) Olympic HS (NC)
115 John Brewer

For more reports/notes on the event, visit PhenomHoopReport.com

Tickets for the sold-out rematch between Greensboro Day and Wesleyan will be impossible to come by, but you can still see the game. NetCast Sports Network will be broadcasting the game online at this link.

This game will feature several future collegiate players as well as some of the top basketball prospects in the nation, including Christian Hairston (SF, 6’7, ’13) of Greensboro Day who has signed with Furman and his teammate Reggie Dillard (SG, 6’3, ’13) who has signed with Presbyterian.

Greensboro Day has several other solid collegiate recruits such as Reed Lucas (SG, 6’4, 2013) which helped them remain undefeated until last week’s loss to Shannon Hale-led Christ School.

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Wesleyan has guard JaQuel Richmond (PG, 6’1, ’14) who has offers from Indiana and Ohio State, Theo Pinson (SG/SF, 6’6, ’14) who has offers from North Carolina and Duke, Donovan Gilmore (SF/PF, 6’7, ’14) who has offers from several schools including College of Charleston, Trey Mitchell (SF, 6’7, 2013), a VMI commit and one of the top freshman in the nation, Harry Giles (SF, 6’8′, ’16) who has interest from Duke, UNC, NC State and Wake Forest.

Watch the game at this link, game time is 7 PM ET on February 5.

NetCast Sports broadcasts multiple games during the high school and AAU season, and while monthly subscribers will automatically have access to the game, NCSN has made available ‘day passes’ at a discounted price of $1.99.