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Magic duo in NBA All-Star Dunk and 3 point contests!

By Nate Weitzer Globe Correspondent,Updated February 14, 2020, 8:43 a.m. Mike Crotty, director of the Middlesex Magic AAU basketball program, stands between former pupils Duncan Robinson of the Heat and Pat Connaughton of the Bucks prior to the March 15 game between Miami and Milwaukee. Crotty is proud of the two players’ progress. Mike Crotty,…
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Magic Alum Duncan Robinson invited to compete in NBA’s 3-point contest

Duncan Robinson has shot himself into the All-Star weekend spotlight. Less than a year after receiving his first NBA start with the Miami Heat, the former Michigan Wolverines guard has been invited to compete in the league’s annual 3-point contest. Robinson’s certainly earned the opportunity. He is sixth in the league in 3-pointers made per game (3.4)…
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Magic Alum & Bucks guard Connaughton to participate in NBA dunk contest

Milwaukee Bucks guard Pat Connaughton will participate in the 2020 NBA dunk contest, the league announced Monday. Connaughton will compete in the Feb. 15 event against Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon and Miami Heat forward Derrick Jones Jr. The Bucks guard will be the only first-time participant in the event. Connaughton…
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Middlsex Magic 2019 NERR Summer Recap

Summer Recap – Middlesex Magic Friday, September 6th, 2019 The Middlesex Magic was founded in 1993 by the late Michael Crotty Sr.  For the last 10 years the program has been under the direction of Michael Crotty Jr. Crotty Jr. was on the very first Magic team and went on to become a two-time NCAA…
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Magic Sam Thomson Commits to Colgate

Brooks School and Middlesex Magic product Sam Thomson made a verbal commitment to Colgate on Saturday during his official visit to the school’s campus. The 6-foot-9 big man is a Canadian native set to enter his second season in the New England prep ranks. He was named All-NEPSAC in Class B last year and had over a…
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Magic Tyler Kolek Commits to George Mason

St. George’s School and Middlesex Magic guard Tyler Kolek made a verbal commitment to George Mason University on Sunday night. Kolek announced his decision via his instagram account. “I’d like to thank everyone who helped and guided me through this process and to all the coaches who have recruited me along the way… with that being said…
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Middlesex Magic Returns to the Hoop Group Showcase League

Middlesex Magic 17u will return to the Hoop Group Showcase League (HGSL) again in 2020, looking to capture the championship of the highly competitive circuit for the fourth time in the league’s four year existence. The Magic captured HGSL titles in 2017, 2018 and 2019 at the 17u level, with wins over Jersey Shore Warriors,…
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Spring 2020 Tryouts

Below is information for all Middlesex Magic Spring 2020 tryouts for Boys and Girls. Teams will practice in the same general area as they tryout, so please register for the tryout location the works best for you!  We are excited to have teams in Middlesex and Metro West Mass, Rhode Island/Southeast Mass and Connecticut! Boys 3rd-8th…
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Tommy O’Neil’s Monster Season!

Full Article Here Like any top-tier college recruit, Tommy O’Neil didn’t acquire his basketball skills overnight. The recent St. John’s Prep graduate was bred into the hoops world, and he’s put in all the necessary time and effort to make the most of it. His father, Gary, played collegiality at Hamilton, and his mother, Elizabeth, did…
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BOSTON HERALD ARTICLE ON MAGIC

Full Article Here Michael Crotty Jr. is thrilled that his Middlesex Magic 17U team went 21-1 and won three tournaments in July. He takes a greater deal of pride in the way his program is perceived on a local and national basis. “I think what we did in July is a testament to us having…
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