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Team Flight Brothers brought Young Hollywood to my attention. Young Hollywood has an energetic style and sick vertical. He is up-and-coming so show him some support!

This is not the first time I have covered TDub; A few months ago I wrote about the LA Dunk Contest on BOUNCE Magazine Online. Although TDub lost against Guy Dupuy, I think he has been practicing extra hard. TDub is giving Dupuy a run for his money in this clip. 5’9″ and his head is over the rim VC style…sickness.

To view the LA Dunk Contest, click HERE

A couple weeks ago, our friends over at Dime told you about their trip to Lynn (MA) English High School, where Team Flight Brothers helped kick off the season with an aerial display in support of Reebok’s Above the Rim footwear collection. The ATR collection will be worn by some of the top players in the NBA this upcoming season, along with TFB in all their performances. The kicks designed for high flyers, will be launching exclusively at Sears this week.

Castro posing for upcoming show America's Next Sports Star

Castro posing for upcoming show America's Next Sports Star

Four months ago, we featured Courtney Castro as one of New York’s best-kept secrets. Since then, he’s lit up tournaments like Hoops In The Sun, Rodney Park, and the upstart Lower Manhattan Classic. Castro has taken his game to the pro-level and even explored the Hollywood scene. He’s no longer a secret!

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The first episode of America’s Next Sports Star airs today, Tuesday November 3rd at 6:00 pm EST on the Versus Network. America’s Next Sports Star is a reality series hosted by Craig Hodges that highlights the best unsigned basketball prospects in the country.

To find out more, check out the website for America’s Next Sports Star

Mike “Ghost” Zanidean is back at it again showcasing his basketball prowess.  You can catch a clip of him at Centennial College and the “Ghost” haunting his opponents on a daily basis. To read more about the “Ghost” on BOUNCE Online, click here and here. Read More »

Puerto Rico endured a loss against Brazil in the 2009 FIBA Americas Championship title match last Sunday, yet still qualified for the 2010 FIBA World Tournament with the Silver Medal finish. PR’s Guillermo Diaz showcased his true abilities during the game. From shooting threes outside of the perimeter or showing his vertical from alley-oops by teammates, Guillermo made his presence known. The former Miami Hurricane led that school in scoring as a sophomore and junior, earning him the opportunity to be drafted by the Los Angeles Clippers.

K1X representative Niels Jäger put me on to this cat a few days ago through an e-mail. I love how he goes through the city practicing his skills.