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Maniacci should benefit from McGovney's assist (drive and dish) propensity.

 

Louis will also benefit from the overall experience. He relied mostly on his size last year, but should add a toughness element by playing high-profile AAU ball this summer.

 

While McGovney is a newcomer to the Shining Stars program, he is not stranger to top echelon AAU basketball, having played for the Kentucky Elite for the past two seasons.

 

Any chance this team will meet up with the -17 Crons team somewhere down the road????

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Maniacci should benefit from McGovney's assist (drive and dish) propensity.

 

Louis will also benefit from the overall experience. He relied mostly on his size last year, but should add a toughness element by playing high-profile AAU ball this summer.

 

While McGovney is a newcomer to the Shining Stars program, he is not stranger to top echelon AAU basketball, having played for the Kentucky Elite for the past two seasons.

 

Any chance this team will meet up with the -17 Crons team somewhere down the road????

 

The Shining Stars are playing in some of the high exposure events throughout the Midwest (Pittsburgh Jam Fest, King James, Adidas Invitational) and in Orlando for the Super Showcase and Nationals. If Crons are entered in any of those, there is certainly a chance of a matchup.

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Maniacci should benefit from McGovney's assist (drive and dish) propensity.

 

Louis will also benefit from the overall experience. He relied mostly on his size last year, but should add a toughness element by playing high-profile AAU ball this summer.

 

While McGovney is a newcomer to the Shining Stars program, he is not stranger to top echelon AAU basketball, having played for the Kentucky Elite for the past two seasons.

 

Any chance this team will meet up with the -17 Crons team somewhere down the road????[/QUOTE]

 

The Shining Star team is playing a different type schedule geared more for exposure. In addition to the N Ky contingent they have some high profile players (mid major D1) on their roster. CRONS has some nice players but the Bearcat Classic is not at the same level.

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Maniacci should benefit from McGovney's assist (drive and dish) propensity.

 

Louis will also benefit from the overall experience. He relied mostly on his size last year, but should add a toughness element by playing high-profile AAU ball this summer.

 

While McGovney is a newcomer to the Shining Stars program, he is not stranger to top echelon AAU basketball, having played for the Kentucky Elite for the past two seasons.

 

Any chance this team will meet up with the -17 Crons team somewhere down the road????[/QUOTE]

 

The Shining Star team is playing a different type schedule geared more for exposure. In addition to the N Ky contingent they have some high profile players (mid major D1) on their roster. CRONS has some nice players but the Bearcat Classic is not at the same level.

 

I do hope they meet up with the bombers or the crons this summer. They might just get beat.

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I do hope they meet up with the bombers or the crons this summer. They might just get beat.

 

They might as anything can happen on any given day but if your thinking is that these teams rosters are created equal that would be a mistake.

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