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Burney's Bytes will focus primarily on the local preps sports scene, but will also touch on some college and pro athletics, mostly in regards to athletes who hail and have played high school sports in Oakland County. My goal for the blog is to be conversational and anecdotal, a more relaxed and free formal take on high school athletics than you see in regular game day coverage.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Burney's All-Decade Hoops Squad

Oakland County All-Decade Team – 2000-2009
1st Team
G Kalin Lucas OLSM 2007 – the definition of cash money on the court
G David Merritt West Bloomfield 2004 – got most of his ability, cagey leader
F Lester Abram Pontiac Northern 2002 – great high school basketball player
F Jason Jones Southfield-Lathrup 2004 – the ultimate gamer, was 6-4, but played 6-9
C Paul Davis Rochester 2002 – just a machine as a prepster, inside and out
6th man – Mike Lewis AH Avondale 2002 – not big or fast, but the picture of a true winner
Head Coach – Tim Morton AH Avondale/Dan Fife Clarkston
2nd Team
G Ricky Morgan Pontiac Northern 2001 – lighting-fast point guard, scored and dished superbly
G Maurice Seawright OLSM 2000 – a dynamic playmaker and floor general
G Darnell Brown DCD 2008 – crafty comb-guard who outworked bigger and quicker opponents
G Lamar Seawright Pontiac Central 2002 – the last great Central hoop-king
F Drew Maynard Lake Orion 2008 – one of the best ever to wear the Dragon green
F Dan Waterstradt Catholic Central 2004 – consummate workhorse
C Chris Johnston Clarkston 2005 – dominant prep big man
Head Coach – Robert Rogers Pontiac Northern
3rd Team
G Giordan Watson Birmingham Groves 2003
G David Holston AH Avondale 2004
G Tim Williams Pontiac Northern 2007
G Brandon Pokely 2009
F Clifford Brown Ferndale 2002
F Charles Davis OLSM 2001
C Mark Bortz Walled Lake Central 2001
Head Coach – Kurt Keener Birmingham Detroit Country Day


Anonymous June said...

Where's Walker D. Russell?
Stane's Bufford (Ferndale)?
Jonte Jones?
Nucleus Smith?
Nick Moore?

January 5, 2010 at 9:25 PM 

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