There’s a much different feeling surrounding the start of the 2020-21 Class B boys and girls basketball seasons from previous years. With COVID-19 grabbing the headlines, we can only do our part to make sure the season is played this year.
It’ll be the third season for the Hub and we couldn’t be more excited to get it starting on Monday, November 2 with the girls season previews. We will start with Region 1 and work down to Region 8 with the boys season previews to follow.
One of our goals at the Hub this season is to really dive into player rankings and try to build a legitimate list for each class. Of course, our regular season content like season previews, player recruiting profiles, game takeaways, holiday tournament previews (if we have holiday tournaments) and top 5 articles are back. All of our postseason content will be back as well.
I suppose our biggest announcement is that our podcast will debut sometime in November. We are still grinding out the details, so follow us on Facebook and Twitter @ndbasketballhub to stay updated.
We also published the Class B History Database last season and want to continue to work on more history content like team/player stats, awards, etc. If you have any interesting information we’d love to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’d like to compile a list of student-athletes that have committed to playing at the next level, so if you have information on a player please either email us or direst message us.
On the homepage of our website, you’ll notice we have a tab called “2020-21 season links” and you can find everything you need for the upcoming season there. You may also noticed on the right side it says, “Our Schedule.” Every week we’ll post the games we will be attending (again, not sure what the media situation will be like this season) or the games we will be covering via video streams.
So, there you have it. Please let there be a Class B season this year. Please!
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— North Dakota Basketball Hub (@ndbasketballhub) October 8, 2020