Posted On: 12/26/20 3:53 PM

Basketball has finally returned to New York... sort of. While school leagues have still not started, small tournaments have popped up. Today, Manhattan Sports took up the mantle of organizing something, and they gave us nine games of high school basketball, creating the perfect Saturday. Here, we take a look at the morning session of the slate and review which players stood out the most.

Zena Edosoman | NT Elite

To open the day’s action at 10am, Zena Edosoman and the NT Elite faced off against Go Hard Go Home, and Edosoman’s impact could definitely have been felt in the game. Edosoman made himself a threat from all over the offense. He would consistently head to the rim and create positive opportunities against the defense, and would be a force on the perimeter, even with hands directly in his face.

Shemani FullerShemaniFuller6'9" | PFCardinal Hayes | 2021NY | Vision

Shemani FullerShemaniFuller6'9" | PFCardinal Hayes | 2021NY has been a force all throughout high school, and today was no difference. His athleticism suprised opponents with well placed dunks, but his tall frame didn’t deter his agility, as he could still take the ball from the perimeter to the interior quickly and efficiently. His finishing was on point

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