The BIG3 Weekly Recap – Philadelphia

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BIG3 is a professional 3-on-3 basketball league, featuring former National Basketball Association (NBA) and international players. The league was created by rapper/actor Ice Cube and entertainment executive Jeff Kwatinetz.

By: Julio Olmo

Armed with Julius Erving and Cuttino Mobley, who are both family to Philly fans, the BIG3 returned to Philadelphia on Sunday.

After a year away, Ice Cube’s BIG3 basketball league made a statement with it’s return,

“We wanted to come back to Philly because…we love the fans”, Ice Cube said, “The fans actually were extremely supportive.”

Philadelphia is my town Ice, so I can speak from a position of certainty.

We know Allen Iverson was wrong and is not involved with the BIG3 anymore.

But Philly is and we love having you guys in town once again, Ice.

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The BIG3 leading candidate for “Dunk Of The Year” was courtesy of Tri State’s, Jason Richardson.

 

Power, however beat Tri State however 51  – 43

I am the beneficiary of seeing Rashard Lewis do this on many occasions when he play for the Orlando Magic, but it’s nice to see that Rashard still has it,

 

3 Headed Monsters beat Aliens 50 – 44

 

And last, but never, ever least…Ghost Ballers 51 beat Bivouac 46 on Week Two of the BIG3 on CBS at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia,

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Teams records as of Week Two:

Power  2 – 0

3 Headed Monsters  2 -0

Ghost Ballers 2 – 0

Bivouac  1 – 1

Aliens  0 – 2

Tri State  0 -2

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Julius Erving made a house call on Sunday

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