Posted On: 04/28/21 4:41 PM

There were a lot of nice teams and high-quality individual performers at the PH Live event in Kansas City last weekend. But stealing the show was the Indianapolis-area Team Teague – Felder group of 2025 prospects who played up, and dominated.

Playing up isn’t easy. Coach Kim Felder hopes the experience will help his young charges prepare to hit the high school scene next fall.

“We’re trying to develop their toughness, their mental toughness,” Felder said. “When you’re 8th grade, the speed of the game is not the same. So we’ve got to be tough. These are more athletic (opponents) than a lot of the 8th grade teams we face. So we’ve got to rely on our fundamentals.

“We’re from Indiana, so it’s all about fundamentals.”

Felder said he wasn’t surprised that his club was hitting on all cylinders in KC, because they have already played in a few high quality events.

“We’ve been able to play at a couple of earlier Prep Hoops events, so we’ve got guaranteed games against quality teams,” Felder said. “That means a lot coming in here. We’ve got a lot of continuity from those earlier events, and we advanced to the championship game in

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