FOR SALE: 1960 Collana Sport Mini Collector Booklet #6 Harlem Globetrotters Very Scarce Offered in this listing is a very rare vintage collectible of the Harlem Globetrotters from the series “Collana Sports” issued in 1960 in Italy. The mini booklets showcased images of stars of the time with this issue #6 showcasing the sport of Basketball (Pallacanestro in italian) with a wrap around card #6 of these famous Hoop legends. The Collectible Mini Booklet measures only 2 2/8″ X 2 1/2″ when closed its the size of a small trading card fiting easily into a soft sleeve and Semi Rigid Holder. This type of collectible is very similar to the 1990-91 Hoops “Collect A Book series that ws issued back then as a way to learn more about the stars at that time. Considering this concept was tried 59 years ago it shows the makers of this series were truly ahead of their time in promoting both the sports and the key figures that represented each. Click the site url for more info & to view other great finds listed this week on the site. #basketball#harlemglobetrotters#nba#vintagetradingcards#sportcards#basketballcards#basketballcardsforsale#tradingcards#tradingcard
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There have been many, many great basketball video games over the decades but perhaps none were ever as fun as this one — NBA Street Volume 2. The classic was released on April 29th, 2003 in North America for PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube by EA Sports. It received good reviews by critics and players alike. Although it is currently lacking in the graphic aspect of its gameplay, this 16 year old game is still as fun today as it was the day it came out.
I have to thank Greg White at his basketball camp, for motivating me with this spinning !! As a 6th grader I remember he put a water cone on my head and had the ball spinning by itself. It was the coolest thing to me . He used pencils ✏️ and could spin on his foot and both arms. One of the most talented basketball players I've ever known. You've taught me things that last a lifetime @harlemglobetrotters @basketball @basketballvines #basketball#basketballskills#harlemglobetrotters#spinning#earthquakeready#armanisuit#barbershop#stitchedlife