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Two weeks ago, Rajon Rondo came to New York City and showed up at court in Harlem to spread the word about this summer’s Red Bull 2on2 Revolution. And as you can see below, the scoring system works perfectly for his game. So if you’re looking to win $2,000 this summer, make sure you and your teammate signup in a city near you. There are still a few spots left for the first three stops: Boston (7/17), New York City (7/24) and Philadelphia (7/31). Don’t sleep!


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Hectic was the only word that could crack the too cool for school (or at least three more years of it), demeanor on John Wall’s face and sum up the last two years of his life. Going from a buried in the tar heel state prep star, to a top HS recruit who led the resurgence of a college hoops haven, a media sensation and a soon to be overall no. 1 pick in tomorrow’s NBA Draft, hectic might be the only way to describe a two-year span like that. Read More »

Caoch Hurley sitting outside of St. Anthony's

A lot of the kids playing basketball are trying to survive. They’re trying to figure out how they can dream. A lot [live in areas where they] don’t even have dreams and [have a difficult time] figuring out how they can turn their dreams into reality. That’s what Bob Hurley does. That’s what St. Anthony does. - Coach Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University… Read More »

Bobbito A.K.A. Kool Bob Love will be spinning for the Jordan Brand 23/25 Experience in Dallas this All-Star weekend! Bobbito will be spinning from 7PM-10PM on February 13, 2010. If you’re in the vicinity show some love and attend! Check the post for more information. Read More »

Jack “Black Jack” Ryan is no stranger to the jump shot, hence why he’s holding shooting clinics to the public. Black Jack is willing to work with you in many aspects of your game in a two-hour session. This is the opportunity of a lifetime to have a street ball legend work on your game. Call 917-754-2486 to book a clinic today. For more information, check out the attached flyer in this post. Read More »

A few days ago, I made my case for Corey Homicide Williams to be MVP of the NBL. Well, the Bronx native just took another step toward the award, winning the league’s December Player of the Month.

He is currently averaging 19.4 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists. MVP for “Homicide” is becoming a reality if he keeps up his extraordinary play.

To read more about Homicide receiving Player of the Month, click HERE

Forty Minutes of Hell by Rus Bradburd delves into the issues of race and athletics from the Jim Crow era until present day. Nolan Richardson, an African-American basketball coach and NCAA Title winner, expounds on his personal experience of racial discrimination in the sport of basketball. Forty Minutes of Hell will be available in bookstores and online on February 1, 2010.

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IUPUI coach Ron Hunter and 3,000 other basketball coaches are volunteering in a movement to help children in impoverished areas receive shoes. By simply coaching barefooted, they are helping promote Samaritan’s Feet, a charity that donates shoes worldwide to impoverished youths.

One can help by texting the word “SHOES” to 85944 and a $5 donation will provide a pair of new shoes to a child in need. Also, you can donate $1, $3, or $5 at any of the 700 FinishLine Stores until April 1. For more information about Samaritan’s Feet, please view the posted video above or visit www.samaritansfeet.org