Monday, July 27, 2015

Team Work Oklahoma stars shine #PrimeTimeNationals


Prime Time Nationals, TX- I hadn’t had a chance to see Team Work Oklahoma star Becka Cammon play in person but what I gathered from her video I watched a while back was that she has a good frame and at 5’8 unlimited potential simply because she can score with either hand, she’s a lefty, has range but can also attack from the wing. On top of that she does simply I love to see and that’s play the passing lanes and evidently she combined all of that to go along with some tough rebounding and defense to help her Team Work Oklahoma squad win the 10th Grade Division at Prime Time Nationals as she put up numbers and averaged close to a double along the way.

GPR correspondent Jim Johnson was on hand to catch this talented team a couple of her teammates caught his eye and here’s what he saw

Jordan Duke (Team Work Oklahoma) Does exactly what their name says, works nonstop and plays hard every second on the floor. She does a lot of the dirty work but can score when the ball goes through her.  She’s a strong offensive rebounder and at 5'10  has a nice touch from outside

 Kiara Brown (Team Work Oklahoma) She’s a good point guard that plays with confidence. Has quickness to go along with nice pull-up jumper.  Looks to pass first and cut.  High BB-IQ


Makayla Chambers (Team Work Oklahoma) Nice big 6'1 frame.  Good footwork and balance posting up.  Good hands and goes to the ball. Has good range from 8-10 feet and passes well out of the post.