Calm Before The Storm: The Rodney Park game against Team NIKE was not the matchup all of New York City wanted to see. But because a schedule is a schedule, the game was played and the Dyckman crowd witnessed that Rodney Park was not physically or mentally prepared to hit the court against the 10 reppin’ The Swoosh. The Boys in Black played a near perfect game while their opponents struggled all night long. As soon as Anthony “Africa” Pimble threw down his windmill slam to end the blowout victory, the whole city shifted their focus towards the following week’s Game of The Decade versus Ooh Way Records. Days before the actual showdown, the Dyckman League staff began to distribute game tickets to the fans who ventured uptown into the Heights. Meanwhile a little further downtown, Allan “Shep” Sheppard and Keydren “Kee Kee” Clark are spotted enjoying their downtime by walking through Harlem and picking out their tuxedos for Kee Kee’s wedding. It was all good just a week ago.