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On Friday, Team Fat Joe Melo defeated Team Kidd-Gilchrist, 76-67. It was tight for most of the way but near the end the Fat Joe Melo squad took over and ended it. Speaking of Team Fat Joe Melo, Fat Joe and Carmelo Anthony were there to support! They were there just as the park was getting packed. Also there was Cleanthony Early, the Knicks draft pick from this year. Also, we were invited to an Inside Streetball segment with the announcer Cha-Ching and a couple of players that had done well from both sides. So, here is the segment that the Inside Streetball team worked hard on and I think it came out great.
Here is the Behind the Scenes video.
I also met a streetball legend, Shane the dribble machine. You can follow him on Instagram and twitter with the tag @dribblemachine. Anyway, he was really nice to meet and he was very kind to us. I hope I can see him at another tournament sometime soon.
So, to sum it up, team Fat Joe Melo comes away victorious and the Tri-State Classic was very excited to see Carmelo himself be there. I hope I can see him again sometime. Anyway, thanks for reading and please comment!
When I went to the Tri-State Classic, I met streetball coach Fat Joe. I’ve seen him in many streetball shows like the blackout and many more. It was truly an honor meeting him and to be honest, it was really nerve wracking. It turns out, he is a very chill and cool person and he was really nice to me and my brother. He also allowed me to interview him. So, here is the interview with streetball coach Fat Joe.
I also met Mousey from the Tri-State Classic. He runs the tournament and was very nice to me and Chris. He is a fun person to hang around.
This was my interview with Fat Joe at the Tri-State Classic. I had a lot of fun there and I hope to go back there soon. Well, thanks for reading and please comment! Coming out tomorrow is my interview with Gilbert Arenas!
My name is Mike V. I am an enormous basketball fan. I also am a die-hard Knicks fan. After graduating 5th grade, I started writing this blog at the age of 10 in the summer of 2012.