A tribute to FreeStyle Nation starting with the Black Widow in game mode, before the video game craze, and then it goes from Harlem to Russia and beyond. Let’s chop it up, who’s the world’s best in game mode and in freestyle performance mode (FPM)? Read More »
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 »
Keehls Productions recently offered up this scintillating preview of their Fall ‘09 release, “Heart of A Ghost”. The documentary film chronicles the asphalt exploits and worldview of streetball extraordinaire, Mike “Ghost”Zanidean.
Learn more about Ghost’s day-to-day, go-to moves, and favorite meals here.
A little over five years ago, Mike “Ghost” Zanidean trekked to Toronto from his home just outside of Vancouver with little more than $300 in cash and two suitcases full of gear. He dreamed of finding the finest comp Canada had to offer, but eventually earned worldwide acknowledgment thanks to his formidable bag ‘o tricks and took an American detour to play in Memphis at LeMoyne-Owen College on scholarship and run on AND1’s Mixtape Tour. He’s returned to the T.Dot, but things haven’t slowed for the hoops vagabond. “Million Moves” Mike founded the You Can’t C Me Streetball Tour, is releasing his “The Game Within The Game” highlight compilation film in August, still plays in college, updates his blog and YouTube profile regularly, guides young ballers in clinics and camps, and fine tunes his upcoming clothing line… In his spare time!
Hit the jump to learn more about Mike’s NBA influences, favorite pre-game meals, and favorite moves!
When we met with you last, you were hooping at Division II LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis. How nice is winter in Tennessee?
Well, the winter wasn’t as harsh as it is up here in Toronto, but the summer was so hot that the winter seemed cold. Put it this way: I would rather spend the winters out in Tennessee than I would here.
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