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Posted On: 11/19/18 8:48 AM
The trend of creating “Super Teams” in the NBA has led to a lot of speculation and what ifs. The combination of stars and seeing them play roles on a team is both interesting and intriguing. The class of 2020 has plenty of talent to create their own “Super Teams”. What if it happened? What might the teams look like? We had 4 coaches / trainers draft their own “Super Team” from players in the class of 2020.
G- Tyson Acuff (Cass Tech)
G- Daijon Humphrey (Southfield Christian)
F- Carlos Johnson (Benton Harbor)
F- Mykel Bingham (Grand Rapids Catholic Central)
C- Matt Nicholson (Clarkston)
G- Jalen Terry (Flint Beecher)
G- Jayshawn Moore (Ferndale)
G- Steve Pearson (Detroit Henry Ford)
F- William Dunn (Quincy)
C- Ryan Corner (Allendale)
G- Lorne Bowman (Orchard Lake St. Mary’s)
G- Jarvis Walker (Muskegon)
G- Kevin David Rice (Grand Blanc)
F- Reece Hazelton (Glen Lake)
F- Maliq Carr (Oak Park)
G- Jamoni Jones (East Kentwood)
G- Ryan Rollins (Macomb Dakota)
G- Griffin Yaklich (Saline)
F- Kabir Bergin (Ann Arbor Skyline)
F- Connor Bush (Belleville)
Team A vs. Team D
Team B vs. Team C
Team A defeats Team D by 6. Their interior defense and rebounding with Bingham, Nicholson, and Johnson leads them to the win.
Team B defeats Team C by 5. Team B’s athleticism with Pearson, Moore, and Terry, combined with Corner’s inside prescense, leads to a victory.
Team D defeats Team C by 2. This is a must see game between two high speed and perimeter oriented teams.The ball handlers like Yaklich, Rollins, and Jones are tough to stop, especially when combined with efficient players like Bush and Bergin.
Team A defeats Team B by 2. Team A just has too much size and defense once again. Carlos Johnson, an elite do-it-all star, leads the way with a double-double in the championship game.