Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 4:13 pm  |  11 responses

YouTube’s New Basketball Web Series ‘The City’ (VIDEO)

One of the nation’s top AAU teams coming to a screen near you.

Awesomeness TV, a YouTube original programming channel, has picked up a very cool basketball series to air this fall, featuring one of New York City’s top AAU teams. ‘The City’, which premieres on Saturday, October 13, with new episodes airing every Saturday after, chronicles the life of the players, coaches and parents on their pursuit of the 2012 15U AAU National crown. The City, a Manhattan-based AAU team with only four years of existence, has emerged as one of the top programs in the circuit, and there’s no clearer indication than the run they made this past season. The new weekly webisodes on Awesomeness TV are narrated by NYC native and current Charlotte Bobcats point guard Kemba Walker. Above is the trailer for the upcoming series. Definitely something all hoops fans should check out!

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  • MJ

    Real Ballers do NOT wear Under Armour.

  • Max


  • LakeShow

    Are you serious?
    I’ma straight Nike guy, but damn, you sound like a woman.

  • VanCityBBall

    i think Kemba, John Wall and Brandon Jennings would disagree… yet at the same time i guess Kobe, Durant, LBJ would haha

  • shutup

    Why would anyone care what they are wearing? I seen a dude bust someones ass in Tims and mesh Jamaican style tank top, right after smoking that shit in the corner. As a grass roots endeavor under armour should be commended for sponsoring a youth team (if indeed these jerseys came through sponsorship)

  • wayneja2

    John Wall is Reebok..

  • http://www.facebook.com/MrStojanovic Милан Стојановић

    how old are they
    what class are they

  • VanCityBBall

    right my bad

  • Boing Dynasty

    Nah bruh, CIAA Bounce.

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  • InThePaint

    UA is the worst when it comes to basketball…who is buying those kicks in the store? They give more product away then folks purchase….