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 →

Smart Food Guy And Baylor Head Football Coach Matt Rhule Loves Dinosaur Bar-B-Que In Harlem

In a recent Texas Monthly Q&A with Matt Rhule, Baylor’s new head Football Coach was asked “Having grown up and worked in Pennsylvania, what’s your idea of good barbecue?
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Amazin 583-Foot Basketball Shot By Harlem Globetrotter Buckets Blakes (Video)

For the first annual World Trick Shot Day, Harlem Globetrotter Buckets Blakes went 58 stories high on the Tower of the Americas in San Antonio, Texas to make an incredible shot. Continue Reading →

Join Everyones Fave Shaquille O’Neal At AOL Build

toys-r-us-with-shaq-onielWhen Shaquille O’Neal was young, he received a Dr. J signed basketball from his dad on Christmas morning. It was that gift of play that inspired him to become a basketball star. Continue Reading →

New York Knicks Struggle Early But Future Looks Bright

knicks-and-derrick-rose-sliderBy Mike Robinson

The New York Knicks came into this season with expectations as high as they’ve been this decade. Phil Jackson‘s reputation as a basketball genius had come into question, but with off season acquisitions Continue Reading →

Atlanta: Dwight Howard Encourages Kids to Stop Bullying, From Harlem To Hollywood With Cartoon Network

dwight-howard-and-kids1Shout out to the folks in Atlanta, the Cartoon Network hosted an event with Dwight Howard, the starting center for the Atlanta Hawks, at Chuck E. Cheese’s yesterday as part of their 7thannual Stop Bullying: Speak Up campaign. Continue Reading →

Oklahoma City: Russell Westbrook And True Religion Launch Capsule Collection At Pop-Up

rw2 Harlem World Magazine got an exclusive behind-scenes peek at Russell Westbrook’s launch of his collection True Religion, True Religion hosted a pop up shop on Saturday, September 24th, 2016 at the Midtown Art Gallery in Oklahoma City. Continue Reading →

Teens Take On NYPD In Harlem Hoops ‘Peaceful Rivalry’

bball in harlemA group of high school kids from around the city took on NYPD officers in a basketball game at Harlem’s Rucker Park on Sunday. Continue Reading →

Swee’pea: The Story of Lloyd Daniels And Other Playground Basketball Legends

swee pea in harlem1In this updated edition of Swee’pea: The Story of Lloyd Daniels and Other Playground Basketball Legendsa lost classic of sports writing, authors John Valenti and Ron Naclerio chronicle the life of Lloyd Daniels, one of New York City’s most legendary basketball players. Continue Reading →