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2015 Team Charlotte Travel Schedule:

 

13U

Feb 20-22 NC Invitational Charlotte, NC (Champs)

March 14-15 CP3 Invitational Greensboro, NC (Champs)

April 4-6 B-Ball Spotlight Atlantic City, NJ

April 10-12 NC DI Pool Play Indian Trial, NC

April 24-26 NC DI States High Point, NC                                                                                                                                                                                    

May 15-17 The Rumble Charlotte, NC

May 22-23 NYBL Session #3 Pigeon Forge, TN

June 6-7 NYBL Session #4 Columbus, Ohio

June 12-14 Maryland Invitational Baltimore, Maryland

July 1-8 AAU DI National Championship Greensboro, NC

 

 

 

 

 

14U

Feb 20-22 NC Invitational Charlotte, NC (Runner-up)

March 14-15 CP3 Invitational Greensboro, NC (Runner Up)

 

March 21-22 NYBL Session 1 Washington, DC

 

April 17-19 NC DI Pool Pay Mooresville, NC

 

April 25-26 NYBL Session #2 Richmond, VA

 

May 1-3 NC States DI Greensboro, NC

 

May 15-17 The Rumble Charlotte, NC

 

May 22-23 NYBL Session #3 Pigeon Forge, TN

 

June 6-7 NYBL Session #4  Columbus, Ohio

 

June 12-14 Maryland Invitational Baltimore, Maryland

 

July 17-23 AAU DI National Championship Orlando, FL

 

 

Team Charlotte 2019 Poised for Breakout in the NYBL

 
Team Charlotte 2019
After a great showing at CP3’s tournament this past weekend in Winston Salem, NC, where Antijuan Love's 2019 Team Charlotte team stood toe to toe with some of  2019’s elite, the Charlotte, NC based team could make some serious noise when the National Youth Basketball League (NYBL) season  tips off this weekend.  In Keyford Langley’s event, Team Charlotte defeated the defending AAU National Champion CP3 by a comfortable margin; later took down the Upstate Warriors and the Queen City Thunder, before losing to Team Florida in the championship game.  For the sake of full disclosure, Langley’s team was incomplete and was not expected to compete in the tournament portion of the event, but was forced into action after All-Ohio Red was an unexpected no-show.  With that said, Team Charlotte’s performance in Winston Salem was nothing less than impressive.
 
Team Charlotte is best described as “an up-tempo team that loves to get out in transition, press, trap and get up in your face defensively,” said Coach Love.  Team Charlotte’s top guy is Zeb Graham Jr. (5’11/PG/Fort Mill, SC) who has been described as one of the best PGs in a state full of talent. According to Love, Graham finished with 32 points against CP3 and dropped another 29 points on Team Florida. Other key pieces to Love’s squad includesRaquan Brown (6’2/SG/Charlotte, NC), who is big and can reportedly play all 5 positions;Matthew Smith (6’3/PF/Charlotte, NC), who is an excellent rebounder and shot blocker; and Nas Tyson (6’0/SG/Monroe, NC), who is described as super-fast.
 
Formally known as Charlotte Elite, Team Charlotte is sponsored by former NBA and Tarheel great Jeff McInnis and Under Armour, and is off to a 10-4 start to the new season.  That does not include an impressive run at the winter league in Charlotte where Love’s team only lost 2-3 games against high school aged players. When Love’s team arrives in Washington D.C. on Saturday for the tip-off of the NYBL they will be a virtual unknown.  When asked how competitive his team would be in the NYBL Love responded, “I have no clue how competitive we’ll be; I don’t know what’s out there. I know we will be competitive,” continued Love.  We just want to fly under the radar,” said Love.  With guys like Keyford Langley picking you as his “NYBL sleeper team,” we’re not sure how long Love expects to sneak up on teams. Team Charlotte will make their NYBL debut Saturday morning at 9:15am when they face off against Bmores Finest.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Charlotte Elite Basketball Association a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization where winning Championships isn't our main goal but working on your kids education and fundamentals is our priority. Our practices are like no other! Our staff has tons of knowledge and our strengths are teaching. Winning off the court means more to us than winning on the court!

Mission: Charlotte Elite Basketball Association will provide challenging athletic and academic engagement to the youth in our Metro area. In addition to year around basketball with fellow elite athletes, participants will receive tutoring and homework assistance, educational field trips and college tours. Unlike most programs all players must maintain a GPA of 2.50 or higher to be apart of our basketball program.


Vision: (1) informative life skills workshops; (2) career development training; (3) college preparation seminars; through our innovative programming and community collaborations, our goal is send everyone our athlete’s to college and to enhance and challenge our youth on and off the court.


Values: Academics, Attitude, Diversity, Sportsmanship


News & Notes                                                                                                                                                             

Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown to attend practice on May 7.

Coach Love has been invited to work a 3 day camp with Lane Odom of Basketball Prep Solutions and he has also worked for the NBA's Phoenix Suns.  Dave Odom ex coach of Wake Forest and South Carolina will be in attendance on Thursday.

 Please call Coach Love @ 980-229-9339 or email charlotte_elite_basketball@yahoo.com for any questions.