Posted On: 11/30/19 11:40 PM

After previewing the best front and back courts, it became apparent that there are some excellent teams whose attacks do not fit neatly into these categories. 

With the era of  “Big Threes” ending in the NBA, dynamic duos are becoming en vogue. Here are five teams with impressive tandems. 

1. Iron Mountain- Marcus Johnson (G) and Foster Wonders (F) The distinction of being only duo on this list that nearly carried their team to a state championship earns the top spot. Johnson continued his winning ways by quarterbacking the Mountaineers to a semi final appearance on the gridiron. He is not the biggest point guard, but highly competitive with an intelligent floor game. Put simply Wonders is a generational prospect for the UP. If you haven’t seen him yet you are missing out on a special talent. You have two years to catch him as he is the only 2021 prospect on this list.  Proved himself at the highest level on the EYBL circuit this summer. Class C? Division 3, UP? It doesn't matter, this young man is a legit big time basketball recruit.  

2. Forest Hills Central- Jimmy Scholler (G) and Mitchell Wilkinson (F) Scholler is a special player

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