Streetball Update: Sean Bell All-Stars vs. Tru Warriors!

July 30, 2009NewsComments124 Views


New York City streets are heating up this summer with some serious streetball action at the legendary Rucker Park in Harlem... and Jimmy Jazz, your #1 fashion destination is proud to be a retail partner at this year's Entertainer's Basketball Classic (EBC) tournament!

The EBC is synonymous with Rucker Park and streetball. Every summer thousands flock to the EBC/ Rucker games to watch stunning ankle-brecking and rim shaking dunks from respected streetballer's and promising NBA draft picks. Past celeb spotting's include Jay-Z, Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Denzel Washingston, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Ne-Yo, Alicia Keys and a ton of others. NBA stars who have hit the concrete include Los Angeles' Lakers MVP Kobe Bryant and Nate Robinston & Al Harrignton from the New York Knicks.


(Pictured below): Chris Brown running up-and-down the blacktop at Rucker Park this past Monday, July 27th.


For the remainder of the tournament, JimmyJazz.com will be bringing you game highlights and behind-the-scence sideline action before the shows air on "EBC Live At Rucker Park" on MSG, which currently airs every Thursday at 7:00 pm and is hosted by Michael Bivins (New Edition fame) and the the beautiful, Tahiry Jose.


(Pictured below): Tahiry chops it up with rapper/ producer Ron Browz and the voice of New York Angie Martinez (Hot 97). 


Tonight's game features Coach Rahemm Wiggins' (AKA Rah) Sean Bell All-Stars versus Ron Artest's Tru Warriors, lead by Coach Eric Marshall. Co-host Tahiry also takes a moment to interview the wife of the late Sean Bell, Nicole Paultre Bell. Also, make sure to keep your eyes on the 18-year old Lance "Born Ready" Stephenson from Sean Bell All-Stars, the kid is destined to be the next Lebron James (yeah, we said it!!!). The episode also makes us a bit more familiar with a streetball legend with serious on-court swag and the craziest ball handle you will ever see, Molly "The Future" Nesmith. This is a must watch!


(Pictured below): A image of Rucker Park in Harlem, NYC. 


For more info make sure you check out EBCSports.com & JimmyJazz.com!


Photos Sources: BounceMag.com, NYPost.com & MSG.com.

July 30, 2009NewsComments124 Views