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.
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Have you been following along with the Red Bull Midnight Run this summer? Hopefully you have. There’s been some amazing basketball so far, and it’s only going to get better as the hundreds of potential players are currently being dwindled down to just a select few. Now, here’s your chance to get some official gear from the tournament. We’re giving away one free Red Bull x Undefeated Sweatshirt Collab. Read More »
Upon entering the basketball courts at Boston University’s Fitness and Recreation center for the second round in Boston of the Red Bull Midnight Run, the first thing that comes to mind is the 2008 adidas Kevin Garnett “Boston is a Brotherhood” ad campaign. The 35 players that made the cut from the first round’s 100 are all familiar with each other from playing around the city so dap and hugs are happening all around the gym as everyone warms up. Read More »
Think you’re a player? Red Bull is spending this summer trying to find out who the best players are from Washington, D.C., Boston, New York City and Chicago. At each stop, they invite 100 of the city’s best to come compete for ultimately, the chance to go to Brooklyn and rep their city in the Finals. Recently, the Red Bull Midnight Run made its second stop in Boston – the first stop dwindled the players from 100 to 35, and the second run would take it all the way down to eight. Check out the highlights below. Read More »
Over 400 of the best players from D.C., New York, Boston 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 kicks off tonight in Boston, where 35 players from each city will compete to make the final team of eight.
Over the next several weeks, we’ll be 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 »
This is officially the third summer that Dime Magazine has been a major part of the massive Red Bull King of the Rock, the ultimate 1-on-1 tournament.
Qualifying tournaments (where players battle a field of 64 for the right to compete for the championship on Alcatraz Island), have been going on all over the country, and tomorrow KOTR hits New York City. Here is how you can enter to play (and win $1,000 in the process): Read More »
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).
Red Bull Midnight Run, the best new movement in all of basketball, hit NYC last weekend. Approximately 100 of the area’s best players found themselves at the Nets practice facility, battling it out in the hopes of getting noticed and invited to move on the next round (and hopefully a the opportunity to represent NYC in the finals).
The video highlights of the event just dropped, giving you an idea of how intense the competition was on Saturday night: Read More »
One hundred of the best players from the DMV area came together for the The Red Bull Midnight Run in Washington, D.C. earlier this month to compete for a chance to eventually be one of the final eight players chosen to represent their city in the national finals in Brooklyn. There were players like NBA D-Leaguer Mike Anderson, who flew in from Europe the day before to attend, Baby Shaq, the legendary streetball player, Corey Allmond, the man who once broke the Rupp Arena record for triples in one game and even John Wall, who came in to help judge the talent. Read More »
One hundred of the Washington, D.C. area’s most talented players came together this weekend for the Red Bull Midnight Run. Well, it was actually 101 if you want to include John Wall, who was on hand to help scout the talent and pick who would be moving on. The next time this group will reconvene for more D.C. basketball, it’ll be in September and only the top 35 will remain. Read More »