“I'm a playmaker, and I'm going to score. At the end of the day, my job is to put the ball in the basket.” -The Flash, a.k.a. Dwyane Wade
“I Get Buckets,” is a term used far too often by today’s youth. Scoring, is an art form. We have all seen players score at a torrid pace for a short period of time. The few players that can get a basket, regardless of the help defense stacked against them, are special. The “40 Ball,” is chased by many, but attained by few.
Today we start a new feature series called “Running The Wings,” which discusses the the fine art of scoring from the wing spot (or shooting guard, small forward) on the floor. Make no mistake about it, the players in this section, get buckets.
Next up is Aubrey Griffin. The dynamic scorer plays AAU basketball on the The Hudson River Breeze. Last season, Griffin posted a guardy stat line of 28 points, 9 rebounds and 3 steals per game. According to ESPN, Griffin is one of the top 60 players in the 2019 class.- By Christian Mordi / @thedribbledrop on Instagram and Twitter. Read More