HBCU’s are making a splash in college hoops!
Howard University, considered the “Mecca” of black education, is now being considered as a launching pad for some of the nation’s most elite NBA prospects. As the most prestigious Historically Black College (HBCU) in the United States for its exemplary educational platforms, Howard is gaining national attention through its athletic department as of late. Makur Maker, a […]
‘Uncle Drew’ Review: Lil Rel Howery, NBA Legends, and Oscar-Worthy Makeup Help Make This Streetball Comedy an Easy Slam Dunk
06/20/2018 12:23 PM The best film ever adapted from a series of soft drink commercials (tough luck, “Space Jam”), Charles Stone III’s “Uncle Drew” is such a well-acted, warm-hearted basketball comedy that you’re liable to forget about its corporate origins. To be honest, it’s hard to think about such things when you’re struggling to make […]
Street Basketball Association(SBA) to partner Vandykestreetball
06/20/2018 11:31 AM The Street Basketball Association (SBA) based in Maryland, United States of America has been announced as the first Partner of Vandykestreetball. SBA CEO, Jerrod Mustaf is excited and he told vandykestreetball.com that “We are looking forward to helping to grow street Basketball in Africa and Vandykestreetball have been our Partners since 2005 […]
Mohamed Bamba is the latest chapter in Harlem’s basketball history
06/20/2018 12:08 PM While New York City has been referred to as “The Mecca of Basketball,” one neighborhood, Harlem, has its own rich history when it comes to African-Americans in the game. The Harlem Globetrotters were not really from Harlem; they started in Chicago. But Harlem did produce the dominant all-black Harlem Renaissance basketball team, […]