NCAA Finds No Evidence Of Rule Violations In Harlem’s Mo Bamba Case

The NCAA announced Tuesday that Texas basketball recruit Mo Bamba remains eligible after reviewing the assistance the incoming freshman received from a Detroit financial adviser. Continue Reading →

Olympian Simone Biles Tries Harlem “Globetrotter Gymnastics” (Video)

The 4-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles, 4-feet 9-inches, takes a break from the World Championship Centre Summer Team Camps training with Harlem Globetrotters star Hammer Harrison.

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You Won’t Spot Harlem Ex-Rice HS’s Kemba Walker On A Subway Anytime Soon

The MTA is in crisis, but Kemba Walker — the former high-school star at Rice HS in Harlem who has gone on to play for the Charlotte Hornets — probably isn’t worried. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dave East And Others Climbing Mountain Dew’s NBA 3x Tournament

The Dew NBA 3x tournament landed in Brooklyn, New York to take over Brooklyn Bridge Park this past weekend June 24-26, 2016. Continue Reading →

Kevin Durant’s Four Three’s In Fourth Quarter At Rucker Park In Harlem (Video)

Fresh from winning a NBA championship with the Golden State Warriors we have a throwback video of Kevin Durant scoring 66 points at the legendary Rucker Park, Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

New Boss Wants To Bring NBA Players Back To Rucker Park In Harlem

There’s a new sheriff in Harlem looking to rejuvenate the Entertainers Basketball Classic at famed Rucker Park — Cordell Marius (pictured above right). Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mohamed Bamba Explains Why He Picked Texas Over Kentucky (Video)

The 2017-2018 college basketball season is still a ways away, but the landscape has been drastically altered by the commitments of some of the nation’s top high school players over the past week. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Elaborates on New Book About John Wooden

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played under John Wooden at UCLA from 1966-1969, but the player and coach remained friends for the next 40 years, until Wooden’s death in 2010 at 99. Continue Reading →

Greg Marius, Founder Of EBC At Rucker Park, Passes Away, But Not The Memories

Greg Marius, the founder of Rucker Park’s Entertainer’s Basketball Classic, passed away today after a battle with cancer. He was 59. Continue Reading →

Made In Harlem #Rucker 50 At Maysles Cinema In Harlem

Malcolm X stated, “History is a people’s memory, and without a memory, man is demoted to the lower animals.” Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Butch Lee’s Basketball Is Never Final

Alfred “Butch” Lee, Jr. (born December 5, 1956) is a Puerto Rican retired professional basketball player. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mohamed Bamba And Others Join The Naismith Trophy High School Boys All-America Team

USA Today HS reports that the all-senior first team are senior center Mohamed Bamba from Harlem, N.Y., Westtown School (West Chester, Pa.), and IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) senior point guard Trevon Duval from Wilmington, Del., are part of the 2017 Naismith High School Boys’ All-American team announced Wednesday by the Atlanta Tipoff Club Continue Reading →

Retrospect Of The Charles Oakley Situation

By Mike Robinson

Charles Oakley and James Dolan clashed heads at The Garden on national television earlier this February, and the situation has just kept getting stranger and stranger for Knicks‘ fans in Harlem and all of the other boroughs. Continue Reading →

NY Knicks Struggle Early But Future Looks Bright

By: Mike Robinson

The Knicks came into this season with expectations as high as they’ve been this decade. Continue Reading →

Nick’s Little Ballers Indiana, With All Star And Harlem Fave Skylar Diggins

Nickelodeon presents the triumphant story of six dynamic and diverse young female basketball players in Little Ballers Indiana, a three-part docu-series from WNBA All Star Skylar Diggins. Continue Reading →