St. Joseph junior Glynn Watson is one of the state’s top point guards. He has a tremendous all-around floor game: scoring ability, court vision and poise. But there is one area where he is clearly all-world: ballhandling.
The proof was statistical Friday night against No. 18 Fenwick. The No. 11 Chargers only committed eight turnovers in the entire game, a 68-62 win in Westchester.
Watson didn’t turn the ball over at all. The second form of proof came directly from the mouth of St. Joseph coach Gene Pingatore, who has coached a few NBA guards and several high-major college point guards.