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Fullcourt Press/Pangos Exposure Spring 2024 Events

For over 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 30+ year track-record of delivering what teams expect and deserve of exposure events.

In response to the dramatic influx of bad basketball events recently, Pangos has decided to tackle this problem by creating the Pangos Platform. A centralized, concerted and organized approach to help West Coast competitive teams and players with real chances at D1 and D2 scholarships. For 3 decades, Fullcourt Press/Pangos has been one of the premier leaders of high exposure recruiting opportunities not just in the West but in the entire country. Pangos has created such top-tier exposure events like the Pangos All-American Camp, Pangos Premier 80 Showcase and Pangos All-Frosh/Soph Camps as well as team events like the Las Vegas Fab 48, Fantastic 40, Pangos Sweet 16 and Terrific 24.  Fullcourt Press scouting service has had 150 D1 college subscribers from coast to coast.

Our Nothing But Net Magazine (NBNMagazine.com) is a free online 24/7 hoop info source for coaches nationwide and we currently have 75,000+ followers across our several Twitter and other social media accounts. Not to mention our 30+ years worth of relationships with college coaches and media as well as NBA teams (Pangos All-American Camp has been NBA certified for the past 5 years and the Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas was the 1st HS regular season event NBA certified and the only one in West).        



The Pangos Platform will serve as the recruiting exposure umbrella that will house our Spring and Summer Live Period events. The Pangos Platform's goal is to not only consolidate the lion share of top competitive West Coast teams and players via one centralized recruiting and marketing mechanism, it's select number of top West Coast affiliated independent quality programs will benefit by the long-established and well-respected Pangos affiliated media and marketing platforms.  It will be limited to those teams and players that are serious about having and being D-I and D-II prospects. 

More information related to the Pangos Platform can be accessed soon at: www.PangosPlatform.com 

Schools from every major NCAA D1 conference including Pac-12, Big 12, Big 10, ACC, SEC, Big East, Mountain West, Conference USA, American, WCC, Big West, Big Sky, Ivy and Patriot League have attended live-period Fullcourt Press/Pangos events and these events have attracted every major media/scouting outlet like ESPN.comRivals.com/Yahoo,  247Sports.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, Ball Dawgs, Courtside Films, Who's Next, Home Team Hoops, Highlight Sports Productions, Hoop Mix Tape, Overtime, SLAM Magazine, Hoop Journey, Hoop Diamonds, BallerVision and Beach City Hoops. 

** Top Scouting/Media Exposure:
Scouts/Media attending past Fullcourt Press/Pangos events include: Frank Burlison 
(BurlisonOnBasketball.com), Van Coleman (Nothing But Net Magazine), Eric Bossi & Brandon Jenkins (247Sports.com), Clark Francis (Hoop Scoop), Jeff Borzello & John Stovall (ESPN.com), Ronnie Flores (GrassrootsHoops.net & BallisLife.com), Rob Cassidy & Krysten Peek (Rivals.com/Yahoo Sports). Jerry Meyer (247Sports.com/CBS Sports), Brick Oettinger & Rob Harrington (PrepStars.com), Eric Bossi & Brandon Jenkins (247Sports.com), Dinos Trigonis (Fullcourt Press & Nothing But Net Magazine), Jonathan Givoney (DraftExpress.com), Aran Smith (NBADraft.net), Jaime Shaw & Joe Tipton (On3.com), Etop Udo-Ema (Dunk News), Devin Ugland, Gregg Rosenberg, Aaron Burgin & Greg Stein (PrepHoops), Chad Groth  (AreaCodesBasketball.com), Doug Gottlieb (Fox Sports), Chris Popoola & Jerina Madayeg (Hardwood Equity), Paul Hernandez (661 Hoops & Nothing But Net Magazine), Horace Neysmith(All-Metro Hoops), Dain Ervin (BI Reports), Scott Phillips (NBC Sports), Anthony Ray & Sam Cullen (ArizonaPreps.com), Nate Buss (Buss Hoop Talk) and Dave Keefer (California Preps)


Fullcourt Press/Pangos has an official live-stream partner BallerTV 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 non-live period events.

Below is an outline of the Spring 2024 (March-June) major events we are planning.

Saturday-Sunday March 23-24, 2024
Pangos Best of the West Shootout @ McBride HS (Long Beach CA) & Cerritos College (CA)
This "shoot-out" event will serve as a great grassroots season warm-up for West Coast squads. Event will be played at McBride HS/Long Beach CA (2 courts) and Cerritos College/CA (3 courts).  

All games will be live-streamed by BallerTV.com 

Event format: Shoot Out Format

Team Fee Option One: $495 per team (includes 4 game guarantee)
Saturday March 23rd & Sunday March 24th: 2 Games each day

Team Fee Option Two: $250 per team (includes 2 game guarantee)
Saturday March 23rd or Sunday March 24th: 2 Games either day

** Game Format: Games will be two 16 minute halves/stop clock
** FREE Parking at McBride HS
** $5 daily parking at Cerritos College

** Play Top Competition: Play Top All-Star/ Club Team Competition. Past top club teams at Fullcourt Press/Pangos events include Belmont Shore, Compton Magic, Cal Supreme, Dream Vision, Florida Rebels, Expressions Elite/MA, Indiana Elite, Seattle Rotary, BABC, All-Ohio Red, Vegas Elite, Paul George Elilte, Team Why Not, We-R-1, Minn D1, BMaze Elite, Branch West, Play Hard/Play Smart, Los Angeles Rockfish, New Orleans Elite, Louisville Magic, Utah Prospects, George Hill/All-Indy, Colorado Hawks, ICP Portland, Colorado Chaos, Wisconsin United, Arizona Stars,Team Superstar, Gamepoint, Inland, BTI, Salt Lake Rebels, Beast Up/TX, Salt Lake Metro, Factory (AZ), Utah Basketball Club, Las Vegas Knicks, Texas D-1 Ambassadors, Danny Granger Hurricanes, Las Vegas Lakers, Coastal Elite, OC-Pride, Lake Show, H-Squad, ICAN All-Stars, Team Haliburton and Pangos Elite. 

Past Nothing But Net Magazine event coverage

2019 Pangos Best of West Shootout Recap: Part I:

2019 Pangos Best of West Shootout Recap: Part II:

Team registration available at:  https://www.fullctpress.net/24-best-of-west-shootout.html



Friday-Sunday April 12-14, 2024
Fantastic 40 Miami @ Gibson Park (Miami FL)

This national AAU invite-only event will serve as a great grassroots season warm-up for the May 2024 live weekend for AAU squads. Event will be headquartered at Miami FL (site TBA). 

All games will be live-streamed by BallerTV.com 

Team Fee: $550 per team (includes 4 game guarantee)

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

** Play Top Competition: Past Fantastic 40 teams include: Seattle Rotary (WA), Compton Magic (CA), Expressions Elite (MA), Florida Rebels (FL), Minnesota D1 (MN), Southeast Elite (FL), Mac Irvin Fire (IL), We-R-1 (DE), BMaze Elite (TN), Belmont Shore (CA), 3D Empire (TX), BTI (CA), Nike Elite Stars (AL), Colorado Hawks (CO), Factory AZ (AZ), Rhode Island Elite (RI), Salt Lake Rebels (UT), Inland (CA), Las Vegas Knicks (NV), ICAN All-Stars (CA), Las Vegas Punishers (NV) and Pangos Elite (CA). 

Past Fantastic 40 Players: Jonathan Kuminga (Golden State Warriors), Ziaire Williams (Memphis Grizzlies), Anthony Black (Orlando Magic), Amen & Ausar Thompson (Houston Rockets/Detroit Pistons), Keyonte George (Utah Jazz), Dalen Terry (Chicago Bulls), Jaylen Clark (Minnesota Timberwolves), JD Davison (Boston Celtics), Brice Sensabaugh (Utah Jazz), Tari Eason (Houston Rockets), Nolan Hickman (Gonzaga), Sebastian Mack (UCLA), Dillon Mitchell (Texas), AJ Storr (Wisconsin), Aiden Shaw (Missouri), Rylan Griffen (Alabama) Isaiah Elohim (Arkansas signee)

Top players will receive serious considerations for summer invite-only events like the Pangos All-American Camp (June 2-4) and Pangos Premier 80 Showcase (July 11)

Team info & registration available soon at: https://www.fantastic40.net/home.html


Lute Olson Legacy Classic
Saturday-Sunday April 20-21, 2024
@ McBride HS (Long Beach CA)

This national AAU invite-only event will serve as a great grassroots season warm-up for May 2024 live weekend for AAU squads. Event will be headquartered at Miami FL (site TBA). 

All games will be live-streamed by BallerTV.com

Team Fee: $550 per team (includes 4 game guarantee)

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

Event format: Shoot Out Format

Top players will receive serious considerations for summer invite-only events like the Pangos All-American Camp (June 2-4) and Pangos Premier 80 Showcase (July 11)

All games will be live-streamed by BallerTV.com 

Event info soon at: www.fullctpress.net




Friday-Sunday May 17-19, 2024

Pangos Terrific 24 @ Aletto Family Sports Center/Carmel IN
10 minutes from Nike EYBL that same weekend in Westfield IN

This 9th annual team event will be composed of 80-plus top national independent grassroots squads in 17u, 16u and 15u divisions. Past tourney fields have included Nike powerhouse All-Ohio Red and such 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) and has attracted herds of  D-I coaches and media each year including head coaches Tom Izzo (Michigan State), Bill Self (Kansas), Mick Cronin (UCLA), Mike Woodson (Indiana), John Belein (Michigan/Cleveland Cavs), Matt Painter (Purdue), Andy Enfield (USC), Mike White (Georgia), Leonard Hamilton (Florida State), Mike Hopkins (Washington), Jerrod Haas (Stanford), 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).

Players that have played at this event include: Shai Gilgeous Alexander (Kentucky/Oklahoma City Thunder), Tyrese Haliburton (Iowa State/Indiana Pacers),  Ziaire Williams (Stanford/Memphis Grizzlies), Daishen Nix (Minnesota Timberwolves), 
Malachi Branham (Ohio State/San Antonio Spurs), Devin Vassell (Florida State/San Antonio Spurs), Robert Woodard (Miss State/Sacramento Kings), Jabari Walker  (Colorado/Portland Trailblazers), Drake London (USC/Atlanta Falcons NFL), Zach Edey  (Purdue/NCAA National Player of Year), David Singleton (UCLA/2021 NCAA Final 4/Hawks G-League), Bryce Hamilton (UNLV/Lakers NBA G-League), Kihei Clark (Virginia/2019 NCAA champions), Xavier Booker (Michigan State/McDonald's All-American/2022 Pangos AA Camp MVP), Baye Fall (Arkansas/McDonald's All-American), James Brown (North Carolina signee), Morez Johnson (Illinois signee), DaRon Holmes (Dayton), Isaiah Miranda (Oklahoma State), Malik Williams (Louisville), Mady Sissoko (Michigan State), 
Dontaie Allen (Kentucky), Isaiah White (USC), Assane Diop (Colorado), Myles Johnson (Rutgers/UCLA), James Keefe (Stanford), Logan Johnson (Cincinnati/St. Mary’s), Michael Foster (NBA G-League)

4 Game Guarantee

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

** FREE Parking

All games will be live-streamed by BallerTV.com

$650 per team (4 game guarantee)

Top players will receive serious considerations for 2024 summer invite-only events like the Pangos All-American Camp (June 2-4) and Pangos Premier 80 Showcase (July 11)

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




The 22nd annual Pangos All-American Camp will be held on Sunday-Tuesday June 2-4,  2024 @ Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas NV).  NBA certified event since 2018.

This national camp has served as a "coming out" party for many top past and current HS all-americans and well as a showcase for many more national "sleepers".  Past camp MOPs have been James Harden (Arizona State/Los Angeles Clippers/2009 NBA Draft #3 pick),  DeMar DeRozan (USC/Chicago Bulls/2009 NBA Draft #9 pick), Brandon Jennings (Milwaukee Bucks/2009 NBA Draft #10 pick), John Wall (2008 Rivals.com #1 player/Houston Rockets/#1 pick of the 2010 NBA Draft), Harrison Barnes (Scout.com & ESPN.com's #1 2010 player/North Carolina/NBA lotto pick/Sacramento Kings), Shabazz Muhammad (consensus #1 in 2012/UCLA/Minnesota Timberwolves), Stanley Johnson (Arizona/Detroit Pistons lottery pick/San Antonio Spurs), Tyler Dorsey (Oregon/2017 NCAA Final 4/Atlanta Hawks), Cade Cunningham  2021 NBA Draft #1 pick/Detroit Pistons) and Evan Mobley (2021 NBA Draft #3 pick/Cleveland Cavaliers). Other past camp alums include Russell Westbrook  (UCLA/LA Clippers), Anthony Davis (Kentucky/LA Lakers), Brad Beal (Florida/Phoenix Suns), Andre Drummond (UConn/Chicago Bulls), Ben Simmons (LSU/Brooklyn Nets), Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves), DeAndre Jordan (Texas A&M/Denver Nuggets), Kyle Lowry (Villanova/Miami Heat), Aaron Gordon (Arizona/Denver Nuggets), Jrue Holiday  (UCLA/Boston Celtics), Anthony Bennett (UNLV/#1 pick of 2013 NBA Draft/Cleveland Cavaliers), Doug McDermott (Creighton/Indiana Pacers), Chandler Parsons  Florida/Memphis Grizzlies), Derrick Favors (Georgia Tech/Utah Jazz), Emmanuel Mudiay (New York Knicks), Lonzo Ball(UCLA/Chicago Bulls), DeAaron Fox (Kentucky/Sacramento Kings), Terrance Ferguson (OKC Thunder), DeAndre Daniels (UConn/2014 National Champs/Toronto Raptors draft pick), Kris Dunn (Providence/Chicago Bulls), Will Barton  (Memphis/Denver Nuggets), Zach LaVine (UCLA/Chicago Bulls/NBA Slam Dunk Champ), DeAndre Ayton (Arizona/Phoenix Suns/#1 pick of 2018 NBA Draft), Trae Young (Oklahoma/Atlanta Hawks), Michael Porter Jr. (Missouri/Denver Nuggets), TJ Leaf (UCLA/Indiana Pacers), Trevon Duval (Duke/Milwaukee Bucks), Mohammed Bamba (Texas/Orlando Magic), Gary Trent Jr. (Duke/Portland Trailblazers), Hamidou Diallo (Kentucky/OKC Thunder), Rawle Alkins (Arizona/Chicago Bulls), Chimezie Metu (USC/Phoenix Suns), Scottie Barnes (Florida State/Toronto Raptors), Jonathan Kuminga (Golden State Warriors), Isaac Okoro (Auburn/Cleveland Cavaliers), Jalen Duren (Detroit Pistons), Moses Moody (Atkansas/Golden State Warriors), Billy Preston  (Kansas/Cleveland Cavaliers) and the top 3 picks of the 2022 NBA Draft: #1 Paolo Banchero (Orlando Magic), #2 Chet Holmgren (OKC Thunder) and #3 Jabari Smith (Houston Rockets). 

The event is an invitation-only event and only top nationally ranked players will be invited. The camp is open for viewing to the public. 

As has been the case in past years, a large contingent of national/regional media and scouts are expected to attend.  National media/scouts attending past camps include Van Coleman (Nothing But Net Magazine/McDonald's All-American Game Selection committee), Clark Francis (Hoop ScoopMcDonald's All-American Game Selection committee), Frank Burlison (BurlisonOnBasketball.com/McDonald's All-American Game Selection committee), Brick Oettinger (PrepStars.com/McDonald's All-American Game Selection committee), Jerry Meyer (247Sports.com/McDonald's All-American Game Selection committee), Eric Bossi, Brandon Jenkins & Travis Branham (247Sports.com),  Rob Cassidy & Krysten Peek (Rivals.com/Yahoo Sports), Jeff Borzello & John Stoval (ESPN.com), Seth Davis & Sam Vecenie (The Athletic), Doug Gottlieb (Fox Sports), Scott Phillips (NBC Sports), Ronnie Flores  (GrassrootsHoops.net  & BallisLife.com), Horace Neysmith (All-Metro Sports), Paul Hernandez & Sean Ceglinsky (Nothing But Net Magazine), Chris Lawlor (Blue Star Media),  Aran Smith (NBADraft.net), Jonathan Givony (ESPN/DraftExpress.com)  and Matt Babcock as well as video outlets like Ball is Life, Courtside Films, Highlight Sports Productions, Home Town Hoops, Overtime, Hoop Journey, Hoop Mix Tape, Beach City Hoops and Baller Vision.

In 2023, 28 of 30 NBA teams, had team scouts in attendance evaluating campers.  

All camp games will be live-streamed by BallerTV.com

Camp Video History:
"Drive" 2011 Pangos All-American Camp All-Access

Pangos All-American Camp 2010 presented by Give N Go 

TOP Players Show OUT at 2011 Pangos All American Camp! Shabazz Muhammad, Andre Drummond & More!

2012 Pangos All American Mixtape: Nation's Top Talent Going Head To Head!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47zXuTgWzjA

Top Players Showing OUT at 2013 Pangos All American Camp! OFFICIAL Mixtape! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-bbJOmu7JA

2015 Pangos All-American Camp: All-Access Episode - Terrance Ferguson, Rawle Alkins, Bol Bol  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJyRQSyzaag&t=71s

2016 Pangos All American Camp: All Access Episode - Trevon Duval, Cassius Stanley, Billy Preston  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGpmstgJFZk&t=364s

More info at:  http://www.pangosaacamp.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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