Posted On: 04/15/19 10:02 AM

Championship Sunday is where stars are born. Gold Crown in Denver, Colorado brought out some of the West's best to compete for the title of being crowned. "Champs". There were plenty of solid guards who stood out on the day but here are five guards who showcased their versatility. 

D Anthony Pennington – Team KC

One of the standouts of the entire weekend and surely of championship Sunday was Pennington. He is a smooth change of pace guard that is able to get himself going with his outside shot and then fill in the holes throughout the rest of the game. He possesses an outside game while also being able to adjust and knock down the mid-range jumper as well as at the paint in traffic. He is a long guard with length that he uses on both ends of the floor and just as talented as he is offensively he makes sure to keep that same energy on the defensive end as well. Pennington scored 21 points including four 3-pointers to lead KC against the D1 Ambassadors to get to the championship and against a familiar foe, Team Buddy Buckets, he was able to get 11 points while

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