Mo with Rice Varsity and JV during Pre-Season Conditioning
From Harlem New York’s Young World Summer League Tournament to Rice High School excellence, Maurice “Mo” Hicks steams the talent and serves it hot for the New York City area. For more than 30 years, Hicks has treaded the asphalt and wood of the City with dignity and skill as a player, coach, and summer league tournament director. He learned the game from Coach Mike Mcllwain at Harlem’s Stone Gym and then went on to join a phenomenal Riverside Church team that featured future pro’s Ed Pickney and Chris Mullin. He’s one of the most respected high school coaches in America and is highly regarded for his dedication to the playground game. I interviewed Mo briefly to get his playground highlights.
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