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AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: WL ()
Date: January 30, 2011 06:19PM

What aau boy basketball teams are there in northern virginia?trying to find some for my son.please help.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: bolano ()
Date: January 30, 2011 06:37PM

Your best bet is DC Assualt or Team Takeover if your son is very good..

Nova Elite and the Nova Suns are lower level AAU teams, that still have great competition. There are several others too, that I will try and find and post.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: WL ()
Date: January 30, 2011 06:54PM

I looked for Nova elites website but could not find it.Can you help me?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: MarcusVick ()
Date: January 30, 2011 08:13PM

there are a lot better things you can waste your money on then AAU basketball

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: bolano ()
Date: January 30, 2011 08:27PM

I tried to look up Nova Elite and I suppose they no longer operate, as their site is gone.

Here's another AAU program, but I wasn't impressed with them: http://virginiarapidsbasketball.org/index.html

Then I also forgot to mention the Fairfax Stars and I believe BRYC fields AAU teams aswell.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: AAU basketball player ()
Date: January 30, 2011 09:00PM

my younger brother plays for fairfax stars 13u and they are ranked number 16 in the country so theyre pretty good. I used to play for the Cardinals. They are run out of Mt.Vernon High School. DC assult is also very good as well as team takeover.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: woo ()
Date: January 08, 2012 06:13PM

If your child can play and looking for some good coaching. The Novasuns have become a
power house in the making..

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: How Old is Your Son? ()
Date: January 08, 2012 06:27PM

You also have Loudon Triple Threat, Annandale Bulldogs, Virginia Rapids and the Nova Cavs

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Fairfax AAU ()
Date: January 08, 2012 08:58PM

Annandale is investing in building new AAU teams and
Is looking for players and coaches

www.annandalehoops.org

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Fairfax AAU ()
Date: January 08, 2012 09:05PM

what age is your son? Looking for D1, D2?



http://annandalehoops.org/

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Alpha Male ()
Date: January 08, 2012 10:04PM

I'm sure the OP will read your informative posts...a year after the fact.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: WL ()
Date: January 10, 2012 08:29PM

thanks---checking sites for Spring tryouts

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: ranked 16 ()
Date: January 10, 2012 10:26PM

Stars not ranked 16, you dumb ass. What are you smoking?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Yboa ()
Date: January 12, 2012 08:39PM

That is Stars team from Cardinal afters Stars team went
To Takeover and may be top 16

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Spring2012 ()
Date: January 17, 2012 03:09PM

any thoughts on good D2 team for 5/6th grade? Not looking to invest too much until I see if kid grows in next couple years.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: BluDvl ()
Date: January 18, 2012 09:06PM

There is a new AAU program in Fairfax County called NOVA 94 Feet that will be forming 4th, 5th and 6th grade teams this February. Check the website www.nova94feet.com for more information

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: omar ()
Date: May 01, 2012 08:57AM

WL Wrote:
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> What aau boy basketball teams are there in
> northern virginia?trying to find some for my
> son.please help.
i prefer u go 2 fairfax stars or virginia elite

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: BK ()
Date: February 19, 2013 10:26PM

The Annadale Bulldogs are the AAU teams that operate under the Annadale Boys And Girls Club. They tend to be very organized and they dont charge all the extra monies teams like Fairfax Stars do.They have varried level of boys and girls teams. I know Their 7th grade boys, 9th grade boys, and 10th grade boys are very competetive teams.Dont know much about the rest. Good Luck !

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: VAElite ()
Date: February 20, 2013 12:33PM

VA Elite!!!

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Basketball Dad ()
Date: February 24, 2013 11:54AM

Living in Centreville here is what I have found for my 8th and 9th grade boys.

VA Elite: Missed the tryouts. Looks like an extensive program. http://www.vaelitehoops.com/

Fairfax Stars: a lot of the teams folded this past year, I hear they're way over hyped for what they deliver on the boys side. http://www.fairfaxstars.org/

Nova Cavs: A lot of high school coaches in this program, including 2 varsity head coaches. Tryouts are next weekend. New team for 8th grade, returning for 9th. http://www.novacavs.com/

Nova 94 Feet: New team for 8th grade, returning for 9th. Tryouts are next weekend. http://www.nova94feet.com/

BRYC: Tryouts are tonight for 8th and 9th grade. Do not know much about the program. http://www.brycbasketball.org/

Any I am leaving off? At this point both my sons will tryout for BRYC. Then probably both the Cavs and 94 Feet next weekend.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: NewProgram ()
Date: February 24, 2013 12:06PM

Annandale program is building. Several Centreville kids on U13s

http://www.annandalehoops.org/

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: D1 Sports & Athletics ()
Date: March 24, 2013 09:26PM

WL Wrote:
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> What aau boy basketball teams are there in
> northern virginia?trying to find some for my
> son.please help.


D1 Sports and Athletics is now the leading basketball AAU travel basketball organization in Loudoun County!!! Please check the website for competitive basketball opportunities for NOVA athletes.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: aau insider ()
Date: March 26, 2013 01:40PM

Basketball Dad Wrote:
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> Living in Centreville here is what I have found
> for my 8th and 9th grade boys.
>
> VA Elite: Missed the tryouts. Looks like an
> extensive program. http://www.vaelitehoops.com/
>
> Fairfax Stars: a lot of the teams folded this past
> year, I hear they're way over hyped for what they
> deliver on the boys side.
> http://www.fairfaxstars.org/
>
> Nova Cavs: A lot of high school coaches in this
> program, including 2 varsity head coaches.
> Tryouts are next weekend. New team for 8th grade,
> returning for 9th. http://www.novacavs.com/
>
> Nova 94 Feet: New team for 8th grade, returning
> for 9th. Tryouts are next weekend.
> http://www.nova94feet.com/
>
> BRYC: Tryouts are tonight for 8th and 9th grade.
> Do not know much about the program.
> http://www.brycbasketball.org/
>
> Any I am leaving off? At this point both my sons
> will tryout for BRYC. Then probably both the Cavs
> and 94 Feet next weekend.


Nova 94 Feet ended up not fielding an 8th grade team from what I heard. The other teams are all good, another team is the Nova Heat which has a bunch of Burke area players, they're pretty deep at both 8th and 9th grade but their roster is finalized.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Date: April 02, 2013 02:09PM

We are looking for 17U players for 2013. Check the website www.iithenextlevel.com

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: WCAC bballl ()
Date: April 02, 2013 07:26PM

Contact a coach at a WCAC school, they will direct you to a proper program.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: WCAC coaches ()
Date: April 03, 2013 01:35PM

Too much personal interest with WCAC coaches. All they will do is send you to a program that will recruit for them if they are good enough, and if your an average AAU player like most, they could give a shit about where your son plays.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Hoop Magician ()
Date: May 07, 2013 10:11PM

Nova 94 Feet went from 4 teams last year to 13 this year. They are growing like crazy, and their A teams, especially at younger ages, are starting succeed in some increasingly competitive tournaments. Check the website - www.nova94feet.com - for details.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Truth about 94 Feet ()
Date: May 08, 2013 08:11AM

Hoop Magician Wrote:
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> Nova 94 Feet went from 4 teams last year to 13
> this year. They are growing like crazy, and their
> A teams, especially at younger ages, are starting
> succeed in some increasingly competitive
> tournaments. Check the website -
> www.nova94feet.com - for details.

Of the 13 teams they have 1 tournament championship, not a winning program, just dads coaching their sons there.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Hoop Magician ()
Date: May 18, 2013 10:53PM

Hater about Nova94Feet ...

1. I suggest you check the site again, especially after this weekend ... assuming you can count.

2. Dad's can and do win, especially when one of the dad's played varsity hoops at Penn. Not all coaches are dads, BTW, one played on the George Mason Final 4 team.

3. There is a world of difference between the talent level in some tournaments versus others. It can mean a lot more to get a third place finish in some tourneys than a championship in others.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Nigger Baller ()
Date: May 19, 2013 06:59AM

Alls you gots to do if you want to pick the right AAU team is show up for practice and count how many nappy headed thugs they have that start. If that number is less than 5 and you want to win...look for another team.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Jimmy the Greek ()
Date: May 19, 2013 10:09AM

Why would any normal white person subject themselves to this? Go to school , get good grades, play baseball or another sport, but don't get involved with these monkeys............they'll annoy the hell out of you with their ghetto behavior.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Truth about 94 Feet ()
Date: May 19, 2013 02:08PM

Hoop Magician Wrote:
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> Hater about Nova94Feet ...
>
> 1. I suggest you check the site again, especially
> after this weekend ... assuming you can count.
>
> 2. Dad's can and do win, especially when one of
> the dad's played varsity hoops at Penn. Not all
> coaches are dads, BTW, one played on the George
> Mason Final 4 team.
>
> 3. There is a world of difference between the
> talent level in some tournaments versus others.
> It can mean a lot more to get a third place finish
> in some tourneys than a championship in others.


Still see one championship, and all the accolades are weak tournaments. You are right about tournament strength from the standpoint you can go winless and play a lot better than another tournament where you go unbeaten and win the championship, it's all about competition level. I never see a 94 Feet team at the good tournaments. It's for little kids, and then a last resort for those that don't make other teams for older ones.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: BSHU ()
Date: May 19, 2013 03:30PM

NOVA 94 Feet is stupid
I tried out for their 8th grade team
(I missed alot of other tryouts for that) and was probably gonna make the team. We were looking pretty good, their were talented kids there....
the day before the last tryout i got an email saying they canceled the 8th grade team and good luck trying to find another team
Meanwhile all the tryouts for other teams were DONE.
They didnt even refund the $10 i paid to try out
Not trying to sound nitpicky, just sayin the truth
it doesnt matter how many tournaments you have one if you ruin a kid's last season of bball before high school
I see no commitment, if the coach couldn't do it they should have tried to find another coach
This has happened with most of the AAU teams i have tried out for
IMO AAU is overrated
I played in the FCYBL and it at least was like a normal league

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: aau insider ()
Date: May 19, 2013 08:09PM

BSHU Wrote:
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> NOVA 94 Feet is stupid
> I tried out for their 8th grade team
> (I missed alot of other tryouts for that) and was
> probably gonna make the team. We were looking
> pretty good, their were talented kids there....
> the day before the last tryout i got an email
> saying they canceled the 8th grade team and good
> luck trying to find another team
> Meanwhile all the tryouts for other teams were
> DONE.
> They didnt even refund the $10 i paid to try out
> Not trying to sound nitpicky, just sayin the
> truth
> it doesnt matter how many tournaments you have one
> if you ruin a kid's last season of bball before
> high school
> I see no commitment, if the coach couldn't do it
> they should have tried to find another coach
> This has happened with most of the AAU teams i
> have tried out for
> IMO AAU is overrated
> I played in the FCYBL and it at least was like a
> normal league


I disagree AAU is overrated, you should have tried out for a team with a better reputation. A lot do not fold and from my experience even if your team does fold, most teams are looking to add good players throughout the year. I had a team fold and found one at the end of June. As a player AAU definitely helped me from the standpoint what I went against in tournaments was way harder than anything I saw in high school. Even though my team was terrible, I think it made me a much better player which was the purpose of me doing AAU. The winning was trivial.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Hoop Magician ()
Date: May 19, 2013 09:19PM

Apparently, you still can't count.

There were two championships on the site yesterday, are two there today, and when the next update makes the list, there will be five, after three A teams won titles in their grades this weekend.

One thing you got right ... the club is stronger in the younger grades. Not Team Takeover, Team Glory or DC Assault strong, but strong among Northern Virginia teams, and very competitive against most Maryland teams.

Fill us in on what those "strong" tournaments are when you get the chance. If you were at the Potomac Valley Regionals, for instance, you would have seen several Nova 94 Feet teams there.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: truth about this ()
Date: May 20, 2013 10:44AM

Yes, Potomac Valley Regionals at the D1 level, not D3 LOL.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: bshu ()
Date: December 23, 2013 08:16AM

Hey everyone,
I was wondering if anyone knew of any (possibly newly-forming) AAU teams in NOVA for boys 9th graders.
It doesn't have to be a very good team (in fact, I am probably an average high school basketball player)
but I want to play AAU in the spring/summer.
Are there any teams you guys can recommend? Thanks

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: 45tyou ()
Date: December 23, 2013 11:03AM

I think there's a team in the Rt 1 area called the Mt Vernon niggers.........thayre not bad, but their ghetto behavior is hard to stomach.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: NR Fanatic ()
Date: December 23, 2013 01:46PM

bshu Wrote:
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> Hey everyone,
> I was wondering if anyone knew of any (possibly
> newly-forming) AAU teams in NOVA for boys 9th
> graders.
> It doesn't have to be a very good team (in fact, I
> am probably an average high school basketball
> player)
> but I want to play AAU in the spring/summer.
> Are there any teams you guys can recommend?
> Thanks

Some of the more well known ones based in Fairfax are the Fairfax Stars, NOVA Cavs, NOVA 94 Feet, Alexandria Kings and Nova-Heat, but not sure if they folded or not. All usually have an open tryout after the high school season.

Outside of Fairfax, you have several in Prince William and Loudoun.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: bshu ()
Date: December 26, 2013 11:05AM

Thanks for the teams you mentioned. Also, I was wondering if anyone knew any specific Loudoun teams (or teams that are just in northern va)?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Mt ()
Date: December 26, 2013 12:32PM

Doesn't that guy named marrlow work with aau kids?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: drew ()
Date: January 02, 2014 02:13PM

Is AAU even worth it?
Seems like its just a waste of money you could be using on basketball camps or private trainers.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: ballr ()
Date: January 12, 2014 10:53AM

AAU tryouts are coming up soon, just be on the lookout for teams...

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: stauskas ()
Date: January 21, 2014 11:53AM

Any tips for making an aau team (tryouts, etc.)?
also, is it better to do aau in the offseason
or play another sport if you are in high school?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Money ()
Date: January 21, 2014 03:39PM

stauskas Wrote:
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> Any tips for making an aau team (tryouts, etc.)?



Money is a big factor so have plenty of that

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: drew ()
Date: January 31, 2014 08:35AM

Is AAU good for developing individual game or is it better to go to training like Evolution or something?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: in my opinion ()
Date: January 31, 2014 09:52AM

game time is the best way to improve/develop individual game. Evolution is a bit of a racket (again, in my opinion) - high cost that doesn't necessarily translate into any real game time. Get on an AAU team during off season to improve.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: drew ()
Date: February 16, 2014 09:19AM

Does anyone know about any established or newly-forming teams in NOVA
(especially Loudoun) for high school boys this spring/summer?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Clueless Fool ()
Date: June 03, 2014 10:37PM

Excuse my ignorance, but do elite AAU clubs like Team Takeover and DC Premier hold open tryouts? Or are the tryouts invitation-only? And when do these ultra-secret tryouts take place (e.g., in the fall)? I guess if you don't already know about this stuff, there's no point in trying to find out, but there's really no stopping a clueless fool, is there?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: reynoldsWrap ()
Date: June 03, 2014 11:18PM

Just play FPYC.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: AAU Observer ()
Date: June 04, 2014 12:00AM

Clueless Fool Wrote:
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> Excuse my ignorance, but do elite AAU clubs like
> Team Takeover and DC Premier hold open tryouts? Or
> are the tryouts invitation-only? And when do these
> ultra-secret tryouts take place (e.g., in the
> fall)? I guess if you don't already know about
> this stuff, there's no point in trying to find
> out, but there's really no stopping a clueless
> fool, is there?


For teams like those your son will get noticed in things such as rec leagues or at their schools. If they're not tearing up their leagues they're not worthy of those teams. Ultra elite teams are awesome, but they have some real dumb asses coaching a lot of those teams and shady characters galore. Just look at DC Premiere's founder (former DC Assault who is now in prison for running a heroin ring)

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: hahahahahahaha ()
Date: June 04, 2014 12:11AM

AAU basketball player Wrote:
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> my younger brother plays for fairfax stars 13u and
> they are ranked number 16 in the country so theyre
> pretty good. I used to play for the Cardinals.
> They are run out of Mt.Vernon High School. DC
> assult is also very good as well as team takeover.

Bullshit. they are not 16 in the country. they are garbage. Wake up out of your dream world.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: novacav ()
Date: June 14, 2014 03:43PM

NOVA CAVS are a program on the rise... top players in nova in all age groups, especially HS basketball. Quality program with quality players and coaches.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Curtis Malone Sez ()
Date: June 19, 2014 01:44PM

Is is true that youngest NOVA 94 Feet teams are Team Takeover? Same players, different jerseys? Don't understand why Team Takeover would do this???

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: lolnoway ()
Date: July 14, 2014 11:52AM

No, NOVA 94 sucks

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: hs ball ()
Date: July 14, 2014 11:53AM

Anyone know of any 15u/16u aau teams in nova looking for a solid hs player? How can you get on a team?

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: J6w4w ()
Date: July 14, 2014 12:01PM

spit on the needle real good. the made in china ones break real real easy.
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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: NOVA 94 Lied... ()
Date: July 19, 2014 06:48PM

lolnoway Wrote:
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> No, NOVA 94 sucks

So the 10th grade team calls themselves finalist of the following tournaments on their website: http://nova94feet.squarespace.com/tournament-results/

More Than Basketball Spring Jamboree--Runners-up
Maryland Flames NTBA State Championship--Runners-up
YBOA State Qualifier/Nova Suns Classic--Runners-up

When you go to the More Than Basketball Spring Jamboree they are not the finalist, I was in the tournament -- link below. Curious I looked up the YBOA State Qualifier and it also says they were not the finalist. WTF? Does this program make up tournament results? Never seen anything like that.

NOVA Suns Classic: http://tourneymachine.com/Public/Results/Division.aspx?IDTournament=h201405151615086184552fbae2b9c49&IDDivision=h201405151646472639c55f53ec20f4b

More Than Basketball Spring Jamboree: http://www.morethanbasketballmg.net/Teamevents.html

No word on if the other finals was legit, couldn't find it.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: Retraction ()
Date: July 19, 2014 06:56PM

Okay, wrong MTB tournament they were finalist in another one... Still there is a conflict with 1. Ah well dope tourneys anyway.

The real AAU is in DC, if only I one of them would give me a shot.

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: lolyesuhhuh ()
Date: July 20, 2014 04:11PM

nova 94 third grade orange = team takeover 2023. Just sayin'. Several players are on both teams, and they're very, very talented kids. Only TTO went to nationals, though, finishing ninth. Will Nova 94 ever have such a loaded team again, in any age group? Dalonte Hill has his doubts . . .

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Re: AAU teams in NOVA
Posted by: AAU Observer ()
Date: July 20, 2014 10:17PM

3rd grade AAU is pretty damn irrelevant. Talk to me when they have legitimate high school teams.

IMO 3rd grade is pretty young, hopefully the kids don't burnout and keep growing.

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