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Chaos Wins 12U Title At Dallas Battleground
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (3:06 PM CT, Wed June 13, 2018)
Chaos takes home the 12U Championship at Dallas Battleground
Chaos takes home the 12U Championship at Dallas Battleground
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Lewisville, TX (Future150) -- The Future150 Dallas Battleground was back for a 3rd year in a row and teams from 4 states were on hand to participate. Texas, Tennessee, Arkansas and Louisiana were all represented.

The championship game in the 12U Division featured two teams from Texas.  Chaos and the Bulldogs faced off in both pool play with Chaos winning 51-38 in a tough game.  They then faced off again in the championship with Chaos taking home the title 38-31 in a back and forth up tempo game.

Tournament MVP: SF James Faison (Chaos)

James Faison- 2025 SF (Chaos) Faison was one of the more consistent players in the division. He is aggressive and made a living at the free throw line due to him getting offensive rebounds. This skilled wing showed the ability to put it on the floor as well as shoot the long range bomb. Hustle, glue guy and competitor are three things you think about when you watch him play.  His play helped his team win the championship.

Xavier Mosley- 2024 SF (Bulldogs) Mosely was one of the best pure scorers we saw this past weekend. He can score in bunches and makes it look easy while doing so. His first step and ball handling skills allow him to get anywhere on the floor he chooses. He had a big game scoring 26 points and 5 rebounds during pool play. This wing can score on all three levels and love scoring in the paint.  Solid overall performance on the weekend.

Ukeame Ewoh- 2025 PG (Chaos) Ewoh is a do it all type point guard who is tenacious on defense.  He was definitely one of the best on ball defenders we saw in the divison.  His quick hands and speed allowed him to pick players pockets and go score. He did most of his damage on the fast break. He averaged 12 points and 4 steals on the weekend.

Isaiah McLemore- 2024 PG (Hoopdawgz) McLemore is a scoring lead guard who has good ball handling skills.  He makes plays in both the half and full courts with his court vision.  He can make shots if you leave him open from distance. In their 3rd Pools Play game, he scored 18 points and 5 assists.  He averaged 14 points for the tourney.

William Bell- 2024 CG (Bulldogs) Bell had a great weekend scoring and playing defense.  He can play multiple positions and loves starting the break after a rebound.  For a player his size his ball handling skill are really good and was one of the better finishers around the rim in the division.  As he gets stronger look for his game to take the next step.

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