Competitive Choice
 

 

Competitive Choice looks to make a splash in their TBT debut.

Featuring multiple G-League and overseas talents, Competitive Choice will want to show that they have what it takes to go on a run. Although they do not have many players with TBT experience, they do have some talent that they will lean on to win.

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Competitive Choice Roster:

  • Andre Potts (Concordia University)
  • Cameron Lard (Iowa State)
  • David Burrell (Texas Rio-Grande, Texas Southern)
  • Jerran Young (Wright State, McLennan CC)
  • Lamar Peters (Mississippi State)
  • Mario Kegler (Mississippi State, Baylor)
  • Michael Holyfield (Sam Houston State)
  • Shquille Burrell (Ranger Junior College, East Central University)
  • Sir’Dominic Pointer (St. John’s)
  • Wayne McCullough (Colorado Christian University)
  • William Loyd (Xavier University of Louisiana)

Coaching Staff:

  • Casey Williams (General Manager, Head Coach)
  • John Thomas (Assistant Coach)

Region:

  • New Mexico

Team MVP: Lamar Peters

Peters enters into his first ever TBT, playing for Competitive Choice. Peters can score with the best of them. In the 2019-20 season, he averaged 17.7 points per game for the Westchester Knicks – the New York Knicks G-league affiliate. He shot 40.7 percent from 3 that season, and it will be important for his shot to translate to TBT in order for them to win. Look for Peters to have the ball in his hands a lot and run a lot of pick and rolls.

Make or Break Player: Sir’Dominic Pointer

Sir’Dominic Pointer will be one of the best defensive players in TBT from the start. He had 200 steals and 173 blocks during his 4 year career at St. Johns. At 6’6, he will be tasked with guarding the opponents best player most likely. This will be a challenge that he is up for and will be fun to watch.

Team Outlook:

With an offensive and defensive duo of Lamar Peters and Sir’Dominic Pointer, Competitive Choice can never be counted out. They are in a tough regional and have a tough first matchup against Heartfire. I think this has the chance to be a surprisingly fun matchup though if Peters can get going on offense.

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