Eleate Spring League Top Performers & Defensive Highlight of the Night – Week 2



CJ Hyder Hyderman

6’3″ CJ Hyder. Class of 2016. Cajon HS (San Bernadino, CA)

The “Amazing Hyderman” has been electrifying the Eleate Spring League! Following up a 40 point performance last week, CJ HYDER went for 36 in the first game of Week 2. Scoring from behind the arc and above the rim, HYDER was virtually unstoppable. Easily the fastest man in the gym, defenders were never prepared to contest the 3 or prevent the highlight dunk as HYDER terrorized opponents on both ends of the court. Towards the end of the blowout performance, he left the fans with a treat as he threw it off the backboard to himself for the ferocious finish! He then lead the ELEATE HEAT to another victory at the end of the night against the re-vamped RIVERSIDE MATRIX, bringing them 2nd in the Eastern Conference with a 3-1 record.


Adam Bell (#6)

Adam Bell

Abraham Bell (#7)

Abraham Bell

6’5″ Abraham Bell & Adam Bell. Class of 2018. TwentyNine Palms HS (Twentynine Palms, CA)

Deemed the “Clean-Up Crew” by the announcer, ABRAHAM & ADAM BELL were a relentless duo on the boards. Their excellent team defense (see DEFENSIVE HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT below) and combined scoring attack led the 2-0 victory charge Sunday, including a win against previously undefeated ELEATE BULLS. With a combined 41 points and countless rebounds, they were able to release pressure from ELEATE WARRIORS teammate RONALD KNIGHTEN. In the previous game, KNIGHTEN had 21 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer to put the WARRIORS up 2 with 21 secs remaining. He followed the 3 with a steal and 1 hand dunk as time expired to cap off an 11-0 run to finish the game.

Ajani Kennedy6’7″ Ajani Kennedy. Class of 2017. Rancho Verde High School (Moreno Valley, CA)

We are starting to see a star come alive on the court in AJANI KENNEDY as he provided the fans with highlight after highlight after highlight! Showing a soft touch and gifted leaping ability, the 6’7″ lefty was impossible to match up with on the court. KENNEDY’s  length on defensive combined with his strong commitment to run the court hard made him especially difficult for opponents as he racked up 28 and 25 respectively in both wins. Class of 2020 DJ DAVIS also put up big numbers alongside KENNEDY, going for 20+ pts in both victories.


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