Posted On: 06/12/20 10:05 PM

Grassroots is back! As the state slowly starts to re-open, AAU teams throughout Nevada are ramping  up and getting ready to compete on a condensed summer schedule. Recently I had a chance to sit down with Lamar Bigby director of the Las Vegas Knicks, who over the last 8 seasons have become one of the most recognizable programs on the West Coast. "You can’t mention AAU basketball and not mention the Knicks" - LB 

PH - "What does your summer schedule look like?

LB - "We’ll play in any events that are here (Las Vegas) that are live if we don’t have any obligation to participate in Addidas events.

PH - What did you do to keep guys sharp during the shutdown?

LB - "I left guys alone, because I thought it was a time for us to back off and allow these guys to be with their families and be close to their love ones. I also thought it was a good time to revitalize themselves and start thinking about more core values and about more important things then the game of basketball".

When mentioning the Knicks you have to mention the numerous scholarship athletes the program has produced

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