asphalt phenoms of new york city, the lost years

Posted: October 15, 2007 by bigced in Hip Hop News/Press Releases

Street basketball has risen and climbed to heights that no one could have ever envisioned. As an ex-streetball player from New York City, who’s played during the 80’s to the present, Dorian “Black Stallion” Graham has seen the game evolve into the corporate magnet that it has become today. But, there is one question that he’s always asked, were there any streetball players after Joe “The Destroyer” Hammond and before Rafer “Skip To My Lou” Alston? And if so, who are they? Asphalt Phenoms of New York City, The Lost Years… answers these and many other questions.

With never seen before streetball footage and interviews from the likes of two time NBA Champion and co-host of The NBA on TNT, Kenny “The Jet” Smith to playground legends “The Terminator” and “Sudden Sam”, to the star of UPN’s comedy television sitcom “All of Us” Duane “Shake” Martin, Asphalt Phenoms introduces to the audience the culture of street basketball and what it was really about during the hot summers in New York City from the early 80’s to the late 90’s.

Asphalt Phenoms is the first project produced by True Loyalty Productions, LLC. It was featured on the MSG Network show, SummerBall, hosted by Bobbito Garcia. The Emmy Award winning Executive Producer, Director, Producer, Writer and Editor Dorian Graham, gave the world a sneak peak at the documentary that gives you the true grit about streetball.

Now that the buzz is out, it’s time to feed the masses with knowledge that only a streetball player that lived it can give you.

Asphalt Phenoms of New York City, The Lost Years…available only over the internet for $15.


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