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Junior Division Top 16 and JNIT Final 2011 Rankings

Championship Division
March 21, 2011: Final Rankings and
seedings for National Tournament:

1 Dallas Mavericks
2 University of Arizona Wildcats (MEN)
3 Orlando Magic
4 Neuroworx Wheelin’ Jazz
5 Golden State Road Warriors
6 Grand Rapids Pacers
7 Charlottesville Cardinals
8 Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Suns
9 RHI Pacers
10 Shepherd Stealers
11 Rockford Chariots
12 Kansas Wheelhawks
13 Rancho Renegades
14 Chicago Bulls
15 Houston Rockets
16 Albuquerque Kings

1. *Courage Jr. Timberwolves – undefeated – may be a back to back to back
2. * Sterling Heights Challengers – playing good ball and stalking #1
3. *Bennett Blazers – has demonstrated improvement through the season
4. *Nebraska Red Dawgs A – has played tough schedule and will be ready for Denver
5. Windy City – Scrappy group that keeps hanging in with the top teams
6. *Rancho Renegades – always plays well and represents the West at a high level
7. *Charlotte Rollin Bobcats – well coached and tough
8. *Neuroworx Jr. Wheelin’ Jazz– much improved and capable of upsetting
9. *Music City Thunder – steadily moving up with young team
10. Houston TIRR Hotwheels – some good young talent looking to surprise
11. Wheelin’ Wizards – Trying to get back to Championship Ball
12. *Long Island Lightning – new players and new attitude!
13. Katie’s Komets – roster additions provide solid relief
14. Georgia Blazers – coming together for a strong end season run
15. St. Lukes Tornados– quietly improving
16. Michigan Rollin Pistons – capable of some strong basketball


1. Dallas Jr. Mavericks– could repeat as JNIT Champions
2. Denver Jr. Rolling Nuggets– another young group coming together
3. BORP Bay Cruisers– Coach will have them ready for strong finish
4. Seattle Jr Sonics- always plays tough ball – possible top pick
5. Hammond Rollin Hoosiers– tough to beat when they bring their A game
6. Turnstone Flyers– good young talent that will push those above
7. Grand Rapids Jr. Pacers– historical program will represent for the North
8. Mad City Badgers – could come together and make a move
9. Milwaukee Heat – Don’t count them out
10. Lakeshore Lakers– young but determined to get a foot in the door
11. Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Suns– solid group that plays hard
12. Peoria Wildcats – Newcomer looking to make a name
13. Courage Jr. Gophers – plays good fundamental basketball
14. GLASA Wave
15. Michigan Jr. Thunderbirds – First timers ready to show their skills

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