Robert “Showboat” Hall, a legendary star of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team, died Wednesday in his hometown of Detroit. Continue Reading →
Join The Danny Tisdale Show on HW Podcast as we celebrate Black Philanthropy Month in August with great Harlem non-profits.
First in the series is Clyde Frazier Sr., executive director of the Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation.
We will celebrate these great non-profits by speaking to the head of these organizations about the who, what, where, when and why regarding the non-profit work they do in Harlem.
Listen to each live recorded podcast during the month-long series in August. Continue Reading →
It was an unforgettable night of streetball and entertainment at the Entertainers Basketball Classic’s Inaugural “EBC America Celebrity Basketball Challenge” at Barclays Center on Sunday, July 27th. Continue Reading →
The third grade boys basketball team of the Riverside Hawks, a youth basketball program based in Harlem, New York, captured the elusive National Title at the AAU National Championships held in Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Continue Reading →
If the NFL or MLB do not work out for Johnny Manziel, he can always try basketball. Two days before the 2014 NBA draft, the Harlem Globetrotters announce Tuesday they have “drafted” the former Heisman Trophy winner. Continue Reading →
The Negro Basketball New York Girls Cole Sisters was the sister team of the Black Fives Era men’s basketball teams, coached by Conrad Norman, Harlem, New York. 1911 Continue Reading →