Posted On: 10/30/15 6:00 PM

Flash back to last March, Isaiah Hammons was celebrating winning the Class 6A State Championship his senior year at Mustang. Fast forward to this fall, Hammons decided to stay in school another year and play with the OKC Storm. 

With the OKC Storm Hammons will be the focal point of their offense. At Mustang, Hammons was behind two Division I Guards, but with the OKC Storm he will have a chance to breakout. 

Hammons felt the extra year with the OKC Storm will help him on and off the court. The decision for him to join the Storm was an easy one.

"I feel that it is great competition," Hammons said. "There is a lot more games on the schedule and I got another year of high school."

This year Hammons is out to prove he has lots of skills to offer to a college program. He is a dynamic Point Guard that can score and facilitate. The biggest thing Hammons is working on is channeling his emotion.

On offense Hammons is looking to improve his jump shot. If Hammons can add a consistent outside jumper not many

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