Harlem’s Charlie Scott, A Rucker Park Legend, Hall Famer And More (Video)

Charles Thomas Scott, born December 15, 1948 -present, is an American former professional basketball player. Continue Reading →

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Charlie Scott, Harlem native and Rucker Park legend, inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

The NY Daily News reports that Charlie Scott’s journey into history went down Tobacco Road but it started in Rucker Park. Continue Reading →

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Julius Erving Becomes Dr. J At Harlem’s Famed Rucker Park, 1970’s (Video)

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Matt Formica writes in Hoopsvibe that Dr. J’s performance in Harlem was one of the Three of the most legendary performances at Rucker Park ever. 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 →

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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 →

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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 →

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Interview: CashFlow Back to Hip-Hop

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By Kelsey Minor

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Do you remember where you were in the fall of 2002? How about this, do you remember the movie “Brown Sugar” with Sanaa Lathan and Taye Diggs? What about that famous line “When did you fall in love with hip hop?” Continue Reading →

Harlem Week, The Best Month In Harlem

seitu greatday6What began in 1974 as a one-day tribute to Harlem has evolved over 40 years into a month long celebration of the community’s rich economic, political and cultural history.

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