Thursday, September 1, 2016

Blissful Weekend Leads to National Attention for Star Guard

Christian Bliss doesn’t fly under-the-radar; he brings a name and reputation anytime he steps on the court.  One of the most challenging aspects of basketball is always living up to expectations.  Without question this weekend Bliss not only lived up to those lofty expectations he has built from a phenomenal body of work; he exceeded them.

The combo wing averaged around 20-points per game and 10 rebounds this past weekend as well as dropping 16-points, collecting 6-steals, 3-rebounds, and 3-assist on 8-15 shooting in the Middle School All-American game.

Bliss who possesses excellent size for the position and projects as a combo guard at the next level; with a solid/consistent shooting stroke and in innate ability to rebound, Bliss will be able to be used at a number of different positions as he can guard them as well and he is a disruptive force in the passing lanes.

When Christian Bliss is in your line-up, his team always seems to be in the final game of the tournament and this weekend was no difference in the MSAAG and the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp, where he was an All-Star Selection thanks in part to his competitive nature and unselfish play. The name Christian Bliss has blown up on the national radars of all major youth scouts simply because he played his way there. He is a producer that continues to climb the ranking boards.

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