The very highest level of club level basketball is played on the Nike EYBL circuit. The circuit of all circuits, and UPlay Canada has felt the challenge in their first two sessions.

Having started the season without two of the EYBL’s best talents in Rowan Barrett Jr and Andrew Nembhard has more than proven their worth.

A 1-7 start to the AAU season will look to be upgraded this weekend in Atlanta.

Elias Sbiet

Written by Elias Sbiet

Elias is the National Recruiting Analyst at NPH, keeping you up to date with Canadian basketball news on Canada's top prospects. You will find Elias at events across North America providing coverage and evaluating talent. He has been involved in the game as a scout, servicing NCAA, CIS and NBA teams for nearly a decade.


One thought on “Nike UPlay Canada Road to Peach Jam – Session 1 & 2

  1. Jim Thomas says:

    Quite frankly UPLAY may be loaded with talent but that may not guarantee winning at the EYBL level. Did UPLAY coaches and administrators give any thought to what team chemistry would by like? No doubt the teams are talented but is the team work there and is the coaching as good as CIA/BOUNCE which has excellent continuity with their long time coaching staff. When you parachute kids in from all over Canada for a few weekends every spring and summer who all have their own agenda it doesn’t always translate to wins.

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