TAG: Lower Manhattan Classic

Check out this behind the scenes look at the Lower Manhattan Classic courtesy of Kevin Couliau

Yes sir it is going down on Sunday July 27th, Together We Chill Vs The Lower Manhattan Classic live from 119th street between 2nd and 3rd ave. Tip Off is set for 6:00 PM but more than likely I will be there early for I have found a love with those chicken sandwiches Commissioner George be cooking up. Read More »


Bobbito as seen here in this video sporting what he wore to prom in 1987. Read More »

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K1X INVADES NYC The Latest / Jun 4, 2009 / 10:00 am

Talib Kwali Rockin an Obama K1X Tee

K1X is here to stay!!!

Last year, K1X left a huge imprint in the Boogie Down Bronx by collaborating with the Watson Classic and Hoops In The Sun. This year, the brand plans to continue leaving its impact on our streets of New York. K1X go to Guy Niels Jager took some time out of his busy schedule to let me know what the big plans are this year. Check it out. Read More »

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Image by Ian Harris.

Whats up, people? It’s me 40 cal again dropping you a goody with a summer player preview.

Brian “2 fast 2 furious” Gardenhire has played on NYC’s best blacktops, including West 4th, Kingdome, 155th, Ham Fish and Pro City. A force to be reckoned with, Gardenhire disrupts teams on the defensive end and can score in bunches come crunch time.

Last year he won the South Street Seaport tournament, now known as the Lower Manhattan Classic, chip with showtime. He also won the Ham Fish Championship and MVP, and was on last year’s Pro City runner up Prime Time, even though he didn’t suit up. Keep him on your radar, ladies and gentlemen.

Lower Manhattan Classic

Isaac Daniel started the South Street Seaport Basketball Tournament in June of 1999 in a remote location on the Lower East Side between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. Daniel brought something new to the streetball scene with the modified college and pro rules. Over the years, the tournament grew as teams from all over the tri-state area and even some from as far away as Philadelphia joined the field. Read More »