SBA All-Stars and DC Legends Pat The Roc and Randy "White Chocolate" Gill demonstrated their unique skills and talents as well as delivered a positive message to the youth at recent Nike Summer Basketball Camps. In the continued efforts to provide entertaining, educational, and positive programming the SBA All-Stars Speaking Ambassador Program has been utilized as a motivating catalyst with kids all over the world.
Pat The Roc known for his amazing talents as the TOP Ball Handler in the world demonstrated, showcased, and shared a number of his personal dribbling work-outs with the kids at the Nike Camp as well as told his "AIP" story that with hard work, focus, and determination ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!
"Good Players Workout, Great Players OUTWORK!"
Randy "White Chocolate" Gill one of the best long range shooters in the world and a showman on the court put on a 3-point shooting display clinic for the campers and stressed the importance of being and believing in yourself, presenting that "You Have to First Believe to Achieve."
Along with "White Chocolate," SBA All-Stars Dave "Da Aggressor" Bailey, Roscoe "Dunkin" Johnson, "D-Nice" Jefferson, and DC Legend/Beltway Bombers Antonio "The Professional" Haymon represented Washington DC during the Nike Tournament of Champions. All-Star teams from DC, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York battled it out for bragging rights at famous NYC streetball courts, the Cage at West 4th, Dyckman, and Gershwin Park with the tournament Finale at Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn.
Nike, Dyckman, and SBA MC Joe Pope was one of the main announcers for the games. In addition, The Nike Tournament of Champions also coincided with the Nike "Summer is Serious" campaign featuring Kevin Durant and James Harden.
In other recent SBA All-Stars news; Baby Shaq, Air Up There, Afrika, and Pat The Roc emarked on a 5-city tour of China headlined by and playing exhibition games alongside former NBA All-Stars Tracy McGrady and Gilbert Arenas.
White Chocolate has been busy this summer filling it up and throwing some crazy alley-oups to NBA players David Lee, Kent Bazemore, and Landry Fields at EBC Rucker Park while his team down in Washington, D.C. which features Myron "Airborne" Howe and "Dunkin" Johnson prepares for the Goodman League playoffs.