The city of Angels has everything a baller could ask for, to the max. Being the second largest populated city in the United States, it makes sense that it would house a huge basketball fanbase. The entertainment industry of LA is massive and is home to a whopping six professional sports teams.Continue reading “The 5 Coolest Courts in Los Angeles”
Let me introduce you to Jujuy. It is the furthermost north province of Argentina, bordering the province of Salta, and Bolivia and Chile. It has an environment similar to Croatia and a population (600k) like Luxembourg.Continue reading “The Majestic Basketball Courts of Argentina’s Jujuy Province”
Imagine yourself and your brother, your friend, traveling around the world, exploring different cultures, religions, nations, and races. Sounds interesting? Add in a love for basketball, and you have the beginning of the magic behind Justin and Brendan Lee and their nonprofit organization Buckets & Borders.Continue reading “Traveling Brothers Using Basketball (And Courts of the World) to Advance Local Communities without Borders”
Right off the coastline of the Atlantic, Fort Lauderdale Beach Park is a great place to go to relax, go for a walk, grab a bite to eat or exercise. For me, it was a chance to shoot around on the famous basketball courts!
San Diego has had a rough history with professional basketball teams, but that doesn’t mean that there are a shortage of ballers here. Throughout America’s finest city, there are many hidden gems that even many locals do not know about. The beautiful beaches, temperate climate, and chill people provide San Diego with the perfect environment for scenic courts and fun pickup experiences. In this list we will go over the 5 most beautiful, least visited, and overall best places to play basketball on the beach in San Diego.Continue reading “5 Most Beachin’ Courts in San Diego”
The location for the filming of the Hickory Gym scenes in the 1986 film “Hoosiers” is a gem if you consider the history there. Built in 1921, it was originally constructed to be the home court for the Knightstown Panthers. The high school stopped playing games there in 1966 and the gym sat dormant until 1985 when the producers of “Hoosiers” discovered it for their movie.Continue reading “Must Hoop : The Hoosier Gym in Indiana”
Stretching from Kashmir in northern India, eastwards across Nepal and Tibet, and all the way to Arunachal Pradesh, the Himalayas are an awe-inspiring mountain range spreading across 2,400 kilometers and five countries.Continue reading “10 Jaw Dropping Basketball Courts in the Himalayas”