The final leg of the inaugural Generation Next Basketball Association “GNBA” season hits the courts this weekend for the 5th and 6th graders with their GNBA All-Star weekend tipping off August 1-3, 2014.  The GNBA All-Star weekend will including All-Star games for both the 5th and 6th grade age groups followed by the inaugural Junior Generation Next Camp on Saturday and Sunday.  

The festivities open up with the 5th and 6th grade GNBA All-Star games on Friday inside the Milwaukee Lutheran High School Fieldhouse in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where some of the top 5th and 6th graders in the country will hit the courts and compete in a fun and competitive setting.  The 5th grade game tips at 6:00 pm and the 6th grade game is set for an approximate 8:00 pm tip.  Both games are free for the general public to attend and the doors open at Milwaukee Lutheran High School at 5:30 pm tonight.

Players set to compete in tonight’s GNBA All-Star games include the following:  

Kendall Debrick (Illinois), Kolin Fischer (Wisconsin), Maxwell Reese (Illinois), Patrick Baldwin (Illinois), Cameron Palesse (Wisconsin), Tanner Resch (Wisconsin), Maki Rose (Illinois), Trey Baker (Illinois), Jamal Trice (Michigan), Kobe Johnson (Wisconsin), Peyton Vandehei (Wisconsin), Bryce Hopkins (Illinois), Jordan Young-White (Illinois), Kendall Brown (Minnesota), Kody Williams (Minnesota), Riley Mahlman (Minnesota), Dontay Goodwin Jr. (Illinois), Ethyn Brown (Illinois), Ryan Riggs (Iowa), Justin Smith (Wisconsin), Sam Ver Steeg (Iowa).

Richard Bradley (Wisconsin), Javeon Tolliver (Wisconsin), Kayleb Naylor (Illinois), Nolan Dahman (Wisconsin), Donovan Billings (Wisconsin), Declan Ciurlik (Wisconsin), Jalen Johnson (Wisconsin), Jordan Davis (Wisconsin), Jalen Suggs (Minnesota), Terry Lockett (Minnesota), Dawson Garcia (Minnesota), AJ Coons (Iowa), Treyton Hurt (Iowa), Jai Mukraj (Iowa), Austin Andrews (Minnesota), Caleb Druvenga (Minnesota), Sam McGath (Wisconsin), Dominic Martinelli (Illinois), Mike West (Missouri), Caleb Love (Missouri), and Darius Burford (Illinois)

The weekend continues on Saturday and Sunday with the Junior Generation Next Camp.  The two day camp will feature many of the top 5th and 6th graders that competed in the GNBA this past spring and summer.  The camp will offer up various skill drills both individual and team wise along with full length games and will run throughout the day on Saturday into the early evening and Sunday throughout the day into the late afternoon.  The camp will also take place at Milwaukee Lutheran High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  

Stay tuned to NY2LASPORTS.COM and GENERATIONNEXTBASKETBALL.COM for complete coverage of the 2014 GNBA All-Star Weekend for 5th and 6th graders…