David Elderkin from the Durham Wildcats BBL, refused to sign Basketball Player Nathanael Coley Prince.
Being at the bottom of the league, winning only 3 game for the season. Durham Wildcats look to improve there stats by recruit player from abroad. Basketball Player Nathanael Coley Prince was looking for a place in the BBL (British Basketball League) and began looking with the Durham Wildcats. David Elderkin refused to sign Nathanael a tryout or a look see, as David seemed to be not impressed.
Basketball in the United Kingdom is not as big as basketball in the United States. But players from the United Kingdom are very good competitors and would play every game as if their last. With the lack of help broadcasting basketball game to fan, SKY TV has invested time into the BBL to place the matches on television for most weekends.
SKY TV. “To come first in this BBL, competition is high, all teams need to be in nick condition to entertain the win”.
Newcastle Eagles were crowned 2012 BBL Cup winners on Sunday, beating Plymouth Raiders 115-94 in the final- Please see link for full blog:- http://www.hoopsfix.com/2012/01/newcastle-eagles-crowned-2012-bbl-cup-winners/
Out of bounds
This book is documented for basketball and streetball basketball players to learn new moves and Combinations written in skills – code is The know how, to pulling off big moves and plays in game time situations. The moves are easy to learn, memorizing these moves and combinations from within this book will motivates you to want to play, train and practice basketball to get better in all round general.
This book was written by
Nathanael Coley Prince
The basketball match before the agreed game day.
The two get ready for a 1 on 1 basketball bout.
Nathanael Coley Prince vs Tim Shdoipo
The weigh inn
Hackney Space Academy
Nathanael Coley Prince Vs Tim Shodipo
11 February 2010
@ Hackney SPACe Academy 31 Falkirk Street
Nathanael Coley Prince Vs Matthew Kattisa
Basketball players with no professional guidance but who continue to battle each other in the streets are known as streetballers. Streetballers have a passion running so deep that through their defiance of the game’s professional structure they are bringing a new look to the scene, raising the standards and taking the game of basketball to new heights, is Out of Bounds. Obtaining to hand the professional principles and proving the streets are where the talent’s at. Out of Bounds stages structured streetballing bouts, bringing the rawness of the game to the senses’ of the urban community.
‘Basketball as a sport is low key here in England and Streetballers are not considered to be suitable players by many basketball coaches, it’s those things I want to change’.
Nathanael Coley Prince the founder of the Out of Bounds Registration spent the last six months travelling to local basketball courts and scrimmages (unofficial games between teams) searching for the right attitude to feed his work off and this is where he found the problem.
Today a lot of capable players are pushed aside building the sport on image over talent. I saw this a lot as I travelled around and it made me question the integrity of many coaches. Out of Bounds will school a new breed of talent that will encourage each other where coaches gave up at the first hurdle.’
In the build up to the sixth match Nathanael Coley Prince meets his opponent Matthew Katissa. They faced off, weigh in, and was interviewed by the press and sign contracts stating their commitment to the event and the behaviour that they will execute throughout.
On the 5th December 2009 at Battersea Youth Sports Centre the two streetballers will go head to head beginning the Out of Bounds league, showcasing their talents on a local scale with the ultimate vision and that is to elevate this platform to a worldwide audience.