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Fullcourt Press/Pangos Exposure July 2022 Events

For nearly 30 years, Fullcourt Press/Pangos events have set the quality standard for West Coast exposure and live-period events.    

At a time when all kinds of new event operators and "Bad Hoop Circuits" are popping up on the scene like Starbucks coffee houses, promising the best "this and that" when it comes to basketball competition and exposure, Fullcourt Press/Pangos events have a long track-record of delivering what teams expect and deserve of exposure events.

Schools from every major NCAA D1 conference have attended live-period Fullcourt Press/Pangos events and these events have attracted every major media/scouting outlets like ESPN.com, Rivals.com, 247Sports.com, Scout.com, Fox Sports, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated and NBC Sports as well as McDonald's All-American Game voters like Frank Burlison, Van Coleman, Clark Francis, Brick Oettinger, Chris Lawlor, Grant Rice and Basketball Writers Hall of Famer Dick "Hoops" Weiss.  Video-highlight coverage is 2nd to none with regular visitors Ball is Life, Courtside Films, Home Team Hoops, Highlight Sports Productions, Hoop Mix Tape, Overtime, Hoop Journey, Ball Dawgs and Beach City Hoops.  Besides our great relationships with national and regional media scouts and video services, our in-house media outlet Nothing But Net Magazine (www.nbnmagazine.com) provides extensive coverage of our events as well as national rankings by long-time national scout Van Coleman who serves on the McDonald's All-American, Spalding All-American, Pangos All-American and NBPA Top 100 camp committees. 

Fullcourt Press/Pangos has an official live-stream partner BallerTV.com which live-streams (and makes available for replay) ALL games from all our Fullcourt Press/Pangos events. This allows college coaches and scouts coast to coast to watch ALL of our live and non-live period events.

Below is an outline of the July 2022 events we are planning ...        

Fullcourt Press All-West Camp
Friday-Saturday July 1-2, 2022 @ McBride HS (Long Beach CA)
(Non-Live Event)

Historically the West Coast's top July individual exposure camp (established in 1997), it has showcased the likes of future NBA and college stars like Brandon Jennings, DeMar DeRozan, Russell Westbrook, Gilbert Arenas, Trevor Ariza, Aaron Afflalo, Jrue Holiday, Jared Dudley, Jerryd Bayless, Jordan Hamilton, Gabe Pruitt, Travon Bryant,  Davon Jefferson, Jamal Boykin, Ryan Hollins, DeAndre Daniels, Cezar Guerrero, Isaiah Austin, Grant Jerrett, Isaac Hamilton, Daniel Hamilton, Tyler Dorsey and Ikenna Iroegbu.  

120+ players are expected from throughout the West to showcase their skills here for an array of national and regional scouts and media including Frank Burlison (BurlisonOnBasketball.com), Van Coleman (Nothing But Net Magazine), Ronnie Flores (GrassrootsHoops.net & BallisLife.com) and Dinos Trigonis (Fullcourt Press & Nothing But Magazine).

Create buzz going into the July Live Period!  The Path to 2023 Pangos All-American Camp starts here!

ALL Games will be live-streamed (and available for replay) by BallerTV.com

Event info:  https://www.fullctpress.net/22-fcp-all-west-camp.html  


Pangos Premier 80 Showcase
Wednesday July 6, 2022 @ @ McBride HS (Long Beach CA)
Invite-Only Event
* NCAA Certified*

Founded in 2017, this event has now become the West Coast trademark tip-off event of the July Live Period. 80 top players (mostly from the West but also from other regions) will showcase their skills in front of dozens of NCAA D1, D2, D3, NAIA & JC coaches as well as media/scouts like Frank Burlison (BurlisonOnBasketball.com), Ronnie Flores (Ball is Life), Joel Francisco (Prep Hoops), Chad Groth (Area Codes Basketball), Devin Ugland (Hoops by Ugland/Prep Hoops) and Aaron Burgin (Prep Hoops).

Top prospects that have played here include Daishen Nix (Houston Rockets), Bryce Hamilton (UNLV), Mady Sissoko (Michigan State), Devin Askew (Kentucky/Texas), Amari Bailey (UCLA signee), Skyy Clark (Illinois signee), Isaiah White (Utah Valley/USC), Tyler Johnson (Cincinnati/St. Mary’s), Drake London (USC football), Jalen Hill (Oklahoma), James Keefe (Stanford), Keith Dinwiddie (San Diego State), John Christofilis (Creighton), Bayron Matos-Garcia (New Mexico), Isaiah Johnson (Oregon State), Luis Rodriguez (Ole Miss), Bernardo Da Silva (BYU/Hawaii), Isaiah Hill (Tulsa/Fresno State), Luke O’Brien (Colorado), Payton Moore (Rice), Leo Colemerio (Fresno State), Dischon Thomas (Colorado State), Jamal Hartwell II (George Mason), Dean Keeler (UC-Irvine) Joseph Hunter (Fresno State signee), Gary Harris (Siena/Loyola Marymount), Alpha Okoli (St. Bonaventure), Josh Vasquez (Montana), Robert McRae (Darthmouth), Chris Howell (St. Mary's), Jamiyah Neal (Arizona State), Drew Carter (Colorado), David Elliott (Loyola Marymount) and Brenton Knapper (Santa Clara).  

College head coaches that have attended this event include Mark Few (Gonzaga), Mick Cronin (UCLA), Mike Hopkins (Washington), Nate Oats (Alabama), Leon Rice (Boise State) and Russell Turner (UC-Irvine) as well as assistants from Arizona, USC, Maryland, Stanford, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Oregon State, Arizona State, Utah, Cal, Mississippi State, UNLV, San Diego State, TCU, Washington State, St. Mary's, Fresno State, New Mexico, Utah State, San Jose State, Grand Canyon, UC-Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Rice, Long Beach State, Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount, Pacific, San Diego, Hawaii, Santa Clara, UC-Davis, Cal Poly, UC-Riverside, Utah Valley, Seattle, Weber State, Montana State, Northern Colorado, UC-San Diego, Army, American and many others.

Games will be played on Wednesday afternoon July 6th from 12:30pm-4:30pm on 2 courts for easy viewing by college coaches and scouts.

Top players scheduled to be  on-hand include 2022 Pangos All-Americans 6-11 2023 Xavier Booker (IN), 7-1 2023 Isaiah Miranda (RI), 7-1 2023 Dennis Evans (CA),  6-2 2024 Styles Phipps (CA), 6-5 2024 Seven Bahati (CA), 6-5 2023 Garwey Dual (IN), 6-8 2023 Zyier Beverly (CA)and 6-4 2023 Drew Kingery (IA).

Players playing on teams participating in the subsequent Pangos Summer Sweet 16 (July 8-10 @ MAP/Garden Grove) will be given priority for invites.

ALL Games will be live-streamed (and available for replay) by BallerTV.com

Event info:  https://www.fullctpress.net/22-pangos-premier-80.html 


Pangos Summer Sweet 16
Friday-Sunday July 8-10, 2022 @ The MAP Sports Facility (Garden Grove CA) 
* NCAA Certified*

This 80-96 team tournament (made up of five-six 16 team brackets) will feature several of California's and the West Coast's top club teams for easy viewing by scouts and media.   Friday-Sunday bracket format guarantees ALL teams 4 games in a clean 1 Friday - 2 Saturday - 1 Sunday game sequence.    

All games REAL STOP TIME games (16 minutes halves).  Players foul out on 6th foul. 

Best and most centrally located facility in Orange County!

Best wood floors in So Cal with plenty of room for coaches to coach and spectators (coahes, media and fans) to observe games.

All teams play at same facility on Friday July 8th, Saturday July 9th  and Sunday July 10th (MAP Sports Facility/Garden Grove CA).   Games start at 3:30pm on Friday July 8th and last round of games tip-off at 2:50pm on Sunday July 10th.  

Past team participants include Belmont Shore (CA), Compton Magic (CA), BTI (CA), Wisconsin United (WI), Las Vegas Prospects (NV), Cal Supreme (CA), Utah Mountain Stars, Factory (AZ), Cali Stars (CA), Simply Fundamental (NV), Pangos Elite (CA), Play Hard/Play Smart (CA), Inland (CA), Earl Watson Elite (CA), Branch West (CA), Los Angeles Rockfish, Utah Prospects, ICAN All-Stars (CA), Lake Show (CA), Big Ballers (CA), Danny Granger Hurricanes (NM), Arizona Magic, Gamepoint (CA), Arizona Stars, Nevada Wolverines, Team Zona (AZ), Compton Magic Red (CA), Las Vegas Knicks (NV), Veritas Int'l (CA), Henderson Heat (NV), Las Vegas Lakers (NV), BYC Elite (NM), Nevada Select, Team Eleate (CA), Moore OC Pride (CA), and A-Train Magic (UT).

$595 per team (4 game guarantee)    

ALL Games will be live-streamed (available for replay) by BallerTV.com 

Event info:  https://www.fullctpress.net/22-pangos-summer-sweet-16.html



Pangos Terrific 24 West
Thurday-Sunday July 21-24, 2022
@ The MAP Sports Facility (Garden Grove CA) & McBride HS (Long Beach CA)
* NCAA Certified**

This tourney has been held in the Indianapolis IN area the past 7 years and has featured such top grassroots teams as Nike powerhouse All-Ohio Red and top independent teams as Belmont Shore (CA), CIA Bounce (Canada), Indiana Elite/Team Indiana (IN), Young-n-Reckless (IL), BTI (CA), Northern Kings (Canada), Wisconsin United (WI), Texas Boys Basketball Club (TX), LA Rockfish (LA), Tru Game (OH), Team Melo (MD), George Hill All-Indy (IN), Factory (AZ), Beyond Ball (IA), Pocket City (IN), UPlay Canada, Cal Supreme (CA), Dallas Mustangs (TX), The House (MS), Lone Star Elite (TX), Vegas Elite (NV), Illinois Stars (IL), Team Legit (IN), Cali Stars (CA), Dakota Schoolers (SD), Minnesota Powerhouse (MN), DFW Defenders (TX), RL9 (TX), NEBC (NY), Greenwood Elite (MI), Georgia Tornadoes (GA), Colorado Chaos (CO), Cali Rebels (CA), D1 Indiana (IN), Alvin Gentry Elite (AZ), Squires Richmond (VA), Louisville Legends (KY), A2P (IN), 3D Athletes (OK), New York Havoc (NY) and Indiana Faith (IN).    

College coaches that have attended include head coaches Tom Izzo (Michigan State), Bill Self (Kansas), Archie Miller (Indiana/Rhode Island), John Belein (Michigan/Cleveland Cavs), Matt Painter (Purdue), Andy Enfield (USC), Mike White (Florida/Georgia), Leonard Hamilton (Florida State), Mick Cronin (UCLA), Mike Hopkins (Washington), Jerrod Haas (Stanford), Rick Stansbury (Western Kentucky), Mick Cronin (UCLA), Jamie Dixon (TCU) and TJ Otzelberger (Iowa State) as well as national scouts like Eric Bossi (247Sports), Frank Burlison, Jeff Borzello (ESPN) and Ronnie Flores (Ball is Life). 

This summer we will be hosting a West version of the Terrific 24 in Southern California the same weekend as the adidas 3SSB Finale 10 minutes away in Seal Beach CA. SoCal NOT Vegas will be where college coaches on the West Coast will be July 20-24. 

Event Format: one pool play game on Thursday (1 game), two pool play games on Friday,  playoff/consolation game on Saturday (1-2 games) with Play-offs/Consolation games on Sunday (1-2 games).

 ** Game Format: Games will be two 16 minute halves/stop clock

** FREE Parking at McBride HS/Long Beach CA; $4 per day per car at Cerritos College

ALL Games will be live-streamed (and available for replay) by BallerTV.com

$625 per team (4 game guarantee)

Team registration and more details at:  www.terrific24.com


For more information about all the events listed above, please  contact camp director Dinos Trigonis at (562) 804-8747 or by e-mailtrigonis30@aol.com

Dinos Trigonis
Dinos Trigonis
Fullcourt Press/Pangos
(562) 804-8747
Twitter: @trigonis30
Instagram: @dinostrigonis





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