Under the Eiffel Tower, in front of the International Streetball Community they run, Celtic Ray Allen and Fabolous were celebrity duns, Jordans, everywhere for the eye to see, the emcee on the plug-one, and at the end France won. Mike Reckford from King of Hoops Atlanta shares his experience with Bounce on his journey to France and speaks frankly about his second consecutive loss to the French at the event.
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Quai 54 Diary: King of Hoops Report, France wins for Fourth Year in a Row The Latest / Jul 8, 2011 / 1:52 pm
Quai 54 2011: The International Streetball Championship The Latest / Jun 27, 2011 / 8:15 pm
The Biggest International Streetball Competition is in the books and our man Kevin Couliau was there. We should be getting the blow-by-blow from him soon. We heard that The U.S rep – King of Hoops aka Houston Momentum – got to the finals but for the results…come back in a few for our report. Hit this link for view Day 1 results and to view the trailer click Read More »
Scheduled for a US release date of July 2, 2011, the new Jordan Quai 54 outdoor performance basketball shoe, (already released in Europe) is out and looks good! The rapper Fabolous has been spotted with a pair already and a few sites have given them frozen flavors status.
I got five predictions for Summer 2011, and I’ve stated my thoughts on Dyckman Park. I personally don’t feel that the park is ready for 5k Weds nights, but I want to be wrong. I remember being one of those dudes that wanted to compete and get paid, and I also remember being a coach in Dyckman Park with a brand. And while I never received a dollar to coach or paid a player to play outdoors, I know the energy of the spot. So with that said, I’m going to make some predictions and if anyone wants to hate, slip in out of the frame thinking it doesn’t narrow, constrict and coil, trust me fams it’s not the year for it, and ultimately, it’s just an opinion! Read More »
Godzilla is Coming!!! – Nike World Basketball Festival with a “Frozen Flavor” Ending The Latest / Jun 17, 2010 / 4:33 pm
“Bring your game, not your name” , a simple statement printed on dozen of tees, summarizing well the philosophy that was reigning around the 7th edition of the Quai 54. Still sponsored by Jordan Brand and Foot Locker, the biggest intertionnal streetball competition came back this year gathering more than 5000 people on two days with the usual mix of strong basketball, Hip Hop entertainment and some unexpected surprises.