Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook Workout Together! 2018 USA Minicamp
http://www.balldontstop.com: It was like old times at the 2018 USA Basketball minicamp as Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant worked out together. Pacers guard Victor Oladipo was also apart of the drills and Kyrie Irving joined in as a passer. It's great to see KD and Russ reunited and cool with each other again.
OMG!! Nate Robinson Puts On a EPIC Show At Ball Don't Stop Pro Am In Canada!!
http://www.balldontstop.com: Nate Robinson returned to the court on Saturday night at our Battle At The Border event in Vancouver, BC and man did he put on a show for the Canadian fans. The 33-year-old made defenders look foolish all night and caught some serious fire in the third quarter when he hit four straight shots and threw down a sick baseline dunk. Robinson, who is attempting an NBA comeback, had fans in British Columbia wondering why he is not signed to a roster yet. The former dunk contest champion finished with 37 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds for the Crawsover Pro Am.
Jamal Crawford Is An ARTIST On The Court + Terrence Williams Is Still Ballin!!
http://www.balldontstop.com: Jamal Crawford was back at it in the Crawsover Pro Am this past weekend and he continues to make things look easier and easier every time he plays. Mal-C got saucy and dropped dimes, while former NBA'er Terrence Williams proved that he is still able to play the game at an elite level. Crawford and Williams Adidas team is still undefeated in the Crawsover Pro Am.
Michael Porter Jr. BULLIES Grown Men!! 47 Points, 23 Rebs, 4 Blocks In Crawsover Pro Am Debut!
http://www.balldontstop.com: Michael Porter Jr. made his Crawsover Pro Am debut in Seattle on Sunday and he picked up where he left off in his senior season for Nathan Hale. The Missouri signee put up a beastly stat line of 47 points, 23 rebounds and 4 blocks to lead his squad to a victory. Before head coach Lorenzo Romar was fired by the University of Washington, Porter Jr. was set to stay in Seattle and lead the Huskies in the 2017-18 season.
Battle at the Border 2017: Crawsover Pro Am vs Vancouver All-Stars Highlights!!
http://www.balldontstop.com: The 2017 Ball Don't Stop Battle At The Border took place this past weekend at the University of Fraser Valley in British Columbia, Canada and for the second year in a row, fans left the building buzzing. The Crawsover Pro Am was led by Timberwolves guard Jamal Crawford and three-time NBA Dunk Champion Nate Robinson this year, with the Vancouver All-Stars being led by former Laker and hometown boy Robert Sacre. Crawford put on a show as always, going off for 23 points and 11 assists, but, it was his fellow Rainier Beach alumni Nate Robinson who stole the show by making defenders look foolish en route to 37 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds. Global dunk sensation Kwame Alexander also laced up for the Vancouver All-Stars in this one and put on a little show for the fans after the game. Check out the highlights above.
Jamal Crawford Gets MOBBED By Fans After NASTY Performance In Vancouver, BC!!
http://www.balldontstop.com: Jamal Crawford was back in beautiful British Columbia, Canada for our annual Battle At The Border Pro Am game against The Crawsover League on Saturday night and he electrified the crowd. With Nate Robinson being the primary scorer for the Seattle based Crawsover squad, Mal was dropping dimes and shifting dudes all game and was making it look so damn easy. The highlight of the night came when the three-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year pulled up from nearly 40-feet out and splashed it. After the game, he was mobbed by the fans in Vancouver and stayed two hours extra to sign autographs and take photos. Ball Don't Stop and the entire province of BC is extremely grateful for this man for what he does for the basketball community in the Northwest and just the person he is in general.
Dwight Howard at Center | Episode 1 - The Reinvention
http://www.balldontstop.com: In episode 1 of DH at Center, we give you an inside look at the work ethic and dedication of one of the greatest big men in NBA history. After years of dealing with injuries, Dwight Howard has repaired/retransformed his body and is more motivated than ever as he prepares for a monster season with the Charlotte Hornets. The future Hall of Famer also details how he has had to reinvent his game in order to adjust to the new-look NBA.
#TheGrind | Satnam Singh | From Punjab To The NBA
http://www.balldontstop.com: In episode three of #TheGrind we begin following Satnam Singh, the first Indian ever drafted to the NBA on his journey. In his debut episode on Ball Don't Stop, Satnam works out with Ekam Nagra at Vancity Strength, British Columbia's leading strength & conditioning facility. Satnam also had a cool moment with Clippers guard Jamal Crawford the night before this workout in our historic Battle At The Border event in Vancouver, BC. This is one of the hardest working pro's we have been around and now we will be bringing you a career-long series highlighting his work ethic, story and grind to not only get to the NBA, but make an impact at that level which will surely take the game in his home country of India to new heights.
#TheGrind - Bobby Brown Prepares For Houston Rockets Training Camp
http://www.balldontstop.com: In his second episode on #TheGrind, overseas scoring sensation Bobby Brown works out with us on the unforgiving Santa Monica Beach sand in preparation for his return to the NBA with the Houston Rockets. Brown talks about his relationship with Rockets leader James Harden, the Drew League, his training and more.
#TheGrind - Kwame Alexander | The Most Athletic Pro Baller In The World
http://www.balldontstop.com: Kwame Alexander works out with Ball Don't Stop and talks about his basketball journey which has taken him around the world. Alexander's freakish athleticism has earned him workouts with the Lakers and Clippers, as well as the NFL's Seahawks and Bears.
#TheGrind - Bobby Brown Is Ready To Return To The NBA
http://www.balldontstop.com: Former Clippers, Kings, Hornets and T-Wolves guard Bobby Brown has been on an absolute tear overseas for the past five years, and now he is ready to make his return to the NBA. In Episode 2 of #TheGrind, the LA-native announces his comeback attempt and goes through a skills workout with Ball Don't Stop.