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There are a few experiences that everyone remembers fondly; seeing the Harlem Globetrotters is one of them.
Getting tickets for Harlem Globetrotters' shows as a child or teenager can be a great moment. The Globetrotters are going to be all over the US in the next few months.
The Globetrotters have been imitated but never duplicated. The tricks, the humor and the amazing basketball skills of the team are the stuff of legend. Nothing is as much fun as watching the players fly through the air, the ball go through the basket and the faces of the children light up to see something that is so much fun that they can be a small part of. Most kids leave the arena exhausted and excited. Lots of them will spend the next few days trying to learn even one of the tricks.
For parents, the best part of Harlem Globetrotters tickets is that they tend to be very inexpensive and there are dozens of events every week. An evening with the Globetrotters can often cost less than a sit-down dinner in a decent restaurant.
Even better are the Harlem Globetrotters discount tickets. Discounts are available for nearly every show. With the discounts you might even be able to afford a new pair of sneakers so you can practice the tricks yourself.
The Globetrotters were initially a serious competitive team, and despite a flair for entertainment, they would only clown for the audience after establishing a safe lead in the game. In 1937, they accepted an invitation to participate in the World Professional Basketball Tournament, where they met the New York Rens in the semi-finals in the first big clash of the two greatest all-black professional basketball teams. The Harlem Globetrotters are an exhibition basketball team that combines athleticism and comedy to create one of the best-known sports entertainment franchises in the world. Created by Abe Saperstein in 1927 in Chicago, Illinois, the team adopted the name Harlem because of its connotations as a major African-American community. Over the years they have played more than 20,000 exhibition games in 118 countries.
A Globetrotter can't succeed without teammates. Likewise, we all need support in everyday life. Sometimes, kids get bullied because they don't have many friends and feel alone. Here are some things that can help your kids stand up to bullying.
Destination Awesome, also know as the Harlem Globetrotter Summer Skills Clinics, is just one month away! We want to make sure that all the kids coming are properly prepared, so here is some food for thought.
Harlem Globetrotters Showman Big Easy Lofton has been elected to the Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics Hall of Fame. He will be formally inducted on Oct.
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Globetrotter basketball is full of awesome skills and thrills that makes fans get to their feet and cheer! Have you ever watched the Globetrotters with your kids and have them ask you, "How did they DO that?" Well, we have just the thing for you to share with your child: an awesome series of videos that will help your child make great strides to balling like a pro!
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