With the European basketball season ending and the NYC streetball summer fast approaching sb.net caught up with Corey Williams to see whats new with the man they call “Homicide”
BT: What’s up Corey, thanks for dropping by to answer some questions…
Homicide: Thanks for granting me the interview Brad, ..read more..
With his new website www.Ghoststreetball.com up and running we caught up with Ghost to see whats good with him his crew and his recent success on the streetball circut.
BT: What’s up Ghost thanks for dropping by to answer some questions
Ghost: No problem my man, i appreciate it, Anytime.
BT: You’re new website ghoststreetball.com is now up and running and I have to say its looking real nice, tell us a little about it and what we can expect to see on it in the future. ..read more..
With the US Ball4real Tour now over and the world tour ready to begin we caught up with Special FX to see how his summer is going
BT: What’s Up Special FX, thanks for dropping by to answer some questions. With the 2007 Ball4real tour now in the bag how do you feel the first season went?
Special FX: I think the first season went very well.This was my first time doing a full tour and it was the best summer I ever had. I made a lot of friends and fans
With the 2007 streetball season in full effect we caught up with Joey “King Handles” Heywood to find out how his summer is going.
BT. What’s Up Joey. Thanks for stopping by, first up I just want to congratulate you on making the Ball4real bus this year. I’ve watched you since the early days of the Notic and its good to finally see you on the big stage.
KH. Thanks Brad, I appreciate all the support I’ve gotten since The Notic days and especially while I was on the bus. I’ve come a long way since 5, 6 years ago when this whole thing started and I’m almost there. ..read more..
You would think at 30 years old just being able to dunk would be an accomplisment, try telling that to Wayne “Above & Beyond” Clarke. The 6’3 New Jersey native with a 51 inch vert is not only considered one of the top dunkers on the planet but he’s also setting world records as well. We caught up with Wayne to see what he’s been up to.
BT. What’s Up Wayne. Thanks for stopping by, for those people out there who haven’t heard of you before can you run us through your resume and some of the things you’ve accomplished in your career? ..read more..
With the Street Handles “Phoenix’s Finest” DVD now available we caught up with Michael Hawkins aka Hawk to find out whats good with him, his DVD and his experience on the Ball4real bus this year.
BT. Whats Up Hawk, thanks for dropping by to answer some questions.
Hawk. What’s up man, thanks for having me.
BT. Even though we saw you on the And1 show in 2003 your fairly new to the streetball scene. What have some of your achievements been over the last few years? ..read more..
With KitKats new DVD the Application in the works sb.net caught up with the man to see what he’s been up to
BT. What’s up KitKat thanks for dropping by. As far as the internet scene is concerned you’ve been a little quiet lately, what have you been up to?
KitKat. I just been working on my game harddd bro,real hard.. alot of people don’t do that, but that’s all I been doing all this time, people aint been seeing new clips of me. Training hard in the gym, I do 5 hours at least in the gym every single day..the max I do in the gym is 8 ½ hours and that’s like 2-3 days out of the week. ..read more..
With summer here and the new streetball season in full effect Streetballin.net caught up with The Professor as he prepares himself for the 2007 And1 mixtape tour.
BT. First up I want to thank you for taking some time out to answer a few question. I know your a busy man with the tour coming up so we appreciate you stopping by. United Streets of America, thats the theme for this years tour.How have you prepared yourself in the off season knowing you’ll be playing outdoors and touring less city’s?. ..read more..
Coming out of one of the top High Schools in NYC (Rice) Corey Williams journey to D1 basketball wasn’t an easy one. Over shadowed by players like Gary Saunders, Chudney Grey and Bevon Robin, Corey’s only option was Penn Valley Community College in Kansas. Bitter at this Corey made a list of goals before his sophomore year, he accomplished all but one. He made first team All-American and averaged 20 plus points per game only to lose in the championship game by 2 points. ..read more..
Forrest “Whyte Cloud” Fisher, sound familiar?. Well if you followed the 2004 And1 Mixtape tour it should. With all round game and one of the deadliest shots in America “White Cloud” returns to the streetball scence and is ready to make his mark. Find out what he’s been up to in an exclusive interview I did with him.