TAG: boston

Playground / Dec 13, 2012 / 4:37 pm

Ballplayers from Chicago Jump Higher than Players from NYC, D.C. and Boston

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Over 400 of the best players from Boston, D.C., New York and Chicago competed in Red Bull Midnight Run for the chance to represent their city in the finals tomorrow (December 14) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Each city battled through two rounds of grueling cuts from 100 players to the final 8, who will compete for ultimate bragging rights in an unprecedented basketball event.

We’ve been releasing a series of infographics that take a deeper look into each city’s unique style of play and performance by the numbers. Read More »

Playground / Aug 30, 2012 / 9:18 pm

This is How Boston Plays Ball

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Over 400 of the best players from Boston, D.C., New York and Chicago competed in the first round of Red Bull Midnight Run for the chance to represent their city in the finals in Brooklyn and earn ultimate bragging rights. Second round action is under way, where 35 players from each city will compete to make the final team of eight.

We’ve been releasing a series of infographics that take a deeper look into each city’s unique style of play and performance by the numbers (Check out D.C.’s here). Read More »

Playground, Video / Jun 22, 2012 / 10:59 am

Video: Red Bull Midnight Run Rips Through Boston

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At the start of the week we brought you a first-hand account of the Saturday night battle that was Red Bull Midnight Run in Boston (where guys were literally ripping down rims).

Today we bring you the official highlight mix from that event, where 100 of Boston’s best players battled for the right to represent their city at the Red Bull Midnight Run finals. Read More »

NBA, Video / Jun 8, 2012 / 10:28 am

Video: Celtics Fan Pours Beer on LeBron James

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Just minutes after Mike Breen and Jeff Van Gundy bestowed a gushing love fest on the city of Boston because the fans who didn’t leave early were chanting “Let’s go Celtics!,” this happened as LeBron James left the court: Read More »