Out now!! “This is Da Move,” the brand new DVD contains 45 minutes of pure freestyle passion from jams all around Europe. The biggest basketball freestyle show has footage from Italy and beyond, more than 250 shows with backstage, road, and art images, to go along with the after-party scene and freestyle camp lessons.
Established in 2000 in the Milan suburbs, “Da Move” has represented in all the biggest Tournaments around Italy and Europe. Read More »
Freestyle basketball: a total degeneration of ball handling in an explosive mix of creativity and hard work. Right here in the Belpaese we got Da Move, the best basketball Freestyle Show around here. Established in 2000 in the Milan suburbs, Da Move made the show in all the biggest Tournaments around Italy and Europe. Lorenzo “Aig Scream” Pinciroli and Fabio “K-Lean” Mastromatteo are the co-founders of the crew, who’s rallied freestylers, dunkers and streetballers, all “ball addicted”, to set up the show. Read More »
He was the King of Dezza Street Playground, the most famous and important court in Milan. His reign has been recognized by all Milan’s ballers, no doubt about it. Gabriele Piazzolla, 6′1″ point guard from Missaglia, Milan suburbs, could make you sick with his crossover, could penetrate in all the strong defense he faced, and could mortify you with his three-pointer. Simply you couldn’t stop him.
Thousands of times in the United States people told me: “are you italian? Ciao amigo, ciao bbella, pizza, spaghetti, mafia, mandolino!!! Italy? Soccer!!”. Thousands of times I answer : “mmmhhh, what’s wrong with you man ?”. The stereotypes who involve italian people in the world are always the same, some are true, some are false. I think I ride the false side. Read More »