Harlem’s Dave East And Others Climbing Mountain Dew’s NBA 3x Tournament

June 30, 2017

The Dew NBA 3x tournament landed in Brooklyn, New York to take over Brooklyn Bridge Park this past weekend June 24-26, 2016.Mountain Dew flawlessly blended basketball, music, style, and art into one enjoyable cultural experience for fans throughout the Metropolitan area. The men’s and women’s tournaments included a handful of FIBA’s top 100 globally-ranked players, as each team competed to qualify for the opportunity to play in the 2018 USA Basketball 3×3 National Tournament.

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Harlem’s own Dave East returned home on a red-eye flight early Sunday morning (June 25) from Los Angeles, California and gave a dynamic performance to his NYC fans. With him gearing up for the release of his upcoming album, Paranoia, the Def Jam artist briefly chatted with VIBE and expressed how each of his project titles holds a special meaning based on what he’s going through. “We’re looking at a July release,” shared East. “I can’t tell you the specific date but I got a single coming out next week.”

Laced in one of his signature throwback jerseys, the Kairi Chanel artist admitted his fashion choice has become a staple in his wardrobe closet. “Today I got on my white Tracy McGrady Raptors jersey. The team with him and Vince Carter on it in the ’90s was crazy,” said the rapper who purchases jerseys as a fan of the players and to remind him of the teams he loved watching while growing up.

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