The NY2LA Sports Swish 'N Dish Spring Warm-Up is set for this weekend. The field is loaded once again this year. Here is a look at a few of the top games set for Friday night in the 16 and under division…



Mac Irvin Fire vs. Wisconsin Playground Warriors
Homestead High School – 8:40 pm – Court 3
Mac Irvin Fire has a talented team as always in the 16U division. They are led by Christian Negron and Dennis Alibegovic. Negron is a forward that plays larger than his actual height due to his length and motor. He is a force on the boards and finishes with the best of them. Alibegovic is a long-range shooter that is on the radar of many colleges. The Playground Warriors have Luke Loewe and Kobe King in the backcourt with a number of big bodies in the frontcourt like Timothy Schneider. This should be a really good game with multiple, high-level individual match-ups.

All-Ohio Red vs. Wisconsin Playmakers White
Homestead High School – 9:50 pm – Court 1
All-Ohio Red has another talented group in the 16U division. Kaleb Wesson drawing high-major attention and could be poised for a breakout travel season. He is a big body with a developing skill set. Lonnie Berry is another player to watch on All-Ohio Red. The Playmakers have Owen Hamilton in the post. Hamilton against Wesson will feature two huge, young prospects. That match-up should be fun to watch.

Illinois Stars vs. Iowa Barnstormers
Homestead High School – 6:20 pm – Court 1
The Illinois Stars have Josiah Wallace and Malik Binns. Wallace is a guard with good size. He is drawing attention from Indiana State among others. Binns is a 6'7 power forward to watch. The Barnstormers have plenty of size on its roster. They are led by Iowa-bound guard Conner McCaffery. This should be a good opening round game for each team. 

Playground Elite EYBL vs. St. Louis Eagles
Homestead High School – 9:50 pm – Court 4
This game features good guard match-ups. Playground Elite has Jordan Poole and Philip Flory who are also playing with the 17U team. Poole and Flory are two of the top guards in Wisconsin's 2017 class. Even if they do not play, Playground has Terrance Lewis and Alou Dillon who are a talented wings. The St. Louis Eagles are led by David Sloan and Jordan Goodwin. Sloan is a playmaking point guard while Goodwin is a do-it-all wing. Goodwin is one of the hottest 2017 prospects in Illinois to start the spring.

All-In Athletics vs. Pocket City
Homestead High School – 8:40 pm – Court 5
Pocket City is led by Jack Nunge and Robin Duncan. Nunge is a power forward with very good size and the ability to knock down shots from the outside. Duncan just completed his freshman year but will be playing with the 16U group all season. Duncan is a good passer that can hit outside shots at a high level. All-In Athletics has a tough group that will try to pressure and outwork Pocket City. Jameel Alausa, Kamari Thornton and Oliver Maciak are players to watch for All-In Athletics.