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Last summer, the Drew League was often the talk of the pro basketball world, and that was thanks in large part to rapper Game, who convinced several NBAers to suit up in the Drew League while the NBA was locking them out. Well, while the lockout ended, Game’s involvement in the Drew League didn’t… but on the play above, he might have briefly wished it had.
The NBA is locked out. It’s probably going to be locked out for a while – as in, “losing at least part of the 2011-12 season.” You know this. And it’s why, if you’re a die-hard fan of the league, you were excited about yesterday’s game between the Washington, D.C.-based Goodman League and L.A.-centered Drew League. The action was tightly contested, passionate…and possibly the best collection of NBA talent you’ll see in one place until the lockout ends.
Just in case there isn’t an NBA season this year, you might want to check out this summer’s Drew League, which has been the home of many memorable moments, including this vintage game-winner by Kobe Bryant.