Global Hoops 2016: 3 Nations Unite For A Night Of Game And Music

Three streetball teams from three different nations have united along with the icons of Philippine hiphop for a night of fun and excitement as they have combined urban music and streetball in just one event.

Global Hoops 2016, an event organized by sports events management and productions company, King Bally as spearheaded by its founder, Mr. Allan Delos Reyes, have gathered the strongest streetballers from USA, China, and the Philippines, in order to exhibit their owning talent in streetball, at the Mall of Asia (MOA) Arena, Pasay City on August 20.

Streetball fans were astounded as they saw in action U.S.A's  legend Philip Champion, also known as 'Hot Sauce' in streetball,  China's More Free, Bigmax, Helmet, and many more.

The streetball talent showcase started in a one-on-one match as Philippines' Lil Flash took on USA's Master Jeng of the Court Kingz, wherein the USA representative dominated the Filipino pride in the late game. 

Furthermore, five-on-five matches were also shown in the event as Team USA, China, and Philippines have displayed a series of anlkle breaking moves and creative finishers that can only be seen in streetball.

Team Philippines also included veteran professional players including Jimmy "The Mighty Mouse" Alapag, Willie "The Thriller" Miller, Rich Alvarez, Don Allado, Carlo Sharma, and sharpshooters Ren-Ren Ritualo and Ronjay Buenafe, UAAP standout Jeron Teng was also included on the roster.

Aside from the talent showcase in streetball, King Bally also invited the some of the popular hiphop artists of the country such as Gloc 9, Andrew E., Abra, Loonie, Ron Henley, Quest, and the Philippine All-Stars to add up some spice to the said event through performing urban music.

Though it started a bit late, the outcome was still great. It can be seen from the eyes of the people who watched that they have really enjoyed the event. They left the venue with their eyes amazed after seeing too much crossovers, alley-oop dunks and broken ankles, and with their ears filled with such good music.

Aside from music lovers and hoop junkies, professional players like Talk 'N Texts's Mo Tautuaa and Ryan Reyes also had a great night in MOA Arena.

The said streetball-urban music event organized by King Bally is set to support two beneficiaries - Earth Day and Christian Mission Service Philippines (CSMP).


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