Posted On: 12/2/19 6:30 AM

The 2019 Charlotte Hoops Challenge didn't disappoint this past weekend. Here's a look at the five biggest takeaways.

Jaden Bradley delivers a masterful performance

On Day 1, he made a game-winning 3-pointer and on Day 2, he put up the first triple-double in Charlotte Hoops Challenge history. Jaden Bradley was stellar this past weekend for The Cannon School and showed why he's considered one of the top prospects in the 2022 class. He's a prospect that plays at a very high level as he averaged 24.0 points, 9.5 rebounds and 6.5 assists per contest across their two games on the weekend. It also helped that 2022 hybrid wing D.J. Nix and 2021 guard Jarvis Moss had big performances too.

The Burlington School and United Faith Christian was a double-overtime thriller

The Burlington School and United Faith Christian Academy could very easily take home game of the challenge with their double-overtime matchup. It looked like things would get out of hand early for TBS after they went down early 11-0 but they kept fighting and 2020 wing JaDun Michael stepped up big on a number of key possessions to help his team pick up the victory.

Garrett Hien proves he belongs

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