• Harlem Globetrotters basketball is a fun filled experience for the entire family. Our monster dunks, crazy antics, hilarious jokes, and amazing basketball skills will have you laughing out loud. For a night you won't forget: bit.ly

  • No world tour would be complete without a stop in China! Watch us bring hilarity to the great Chinese people. Keep up with our adventures around the world on our Youtube Channel: ow.ly

  • No world tour would be complete without a stop in China! Watch us bring hilarity to the great Chinese people. Keep up with our adventures around the world on our Youtube Channel: ow.ly

  • Even 7'8" Paul "Tiny" Sturgess feels small on top of the Empire State Building! Watch Tiny and Flight Time Lang dazzle a group of kids from the Garden of Dreams Foundation. Plus, Tiny - a native of the UK - pose with tourists from his homeland. Find tickets here: ow.ly

  • OP Otter shows off his ball handling skills before passing to Buckets Blakes at SeaWorld in San Diego. The Globetrotters will visit the Valley View Casino Center on Friday, Feb. 17. Get Tickets: bit.ly

  • Former College Slam Dunk Champion and Current Harlem Globetrotter, Jacob "Hops" Tucker shows us how he can slam the basketball with a 50" vertical! He gets some help on the Statue of Liberty Dunk from from fellow Globetrotters "Tiny" and "Too Tall." Find tickets to watch the Harlem Globetrotters...

  • Veteran Harlem Globetrotters teach rookie, Jacob "Hops" Tucker, the ropes. Watch him do some crazy dunks and prepare for the 2012 US Tour! Get tickets here: harlemglobetrotters.com

  • Globetrottin' in NYC!

    The Harlem Globetrotters strut their stuff in NYC. Watch them turn heads as they spin the ball down 8th Ave, and wow the New York Knicks crowd at Madison Square Garden with a very special Magic Circle. Find tickets here: harlemglobetrotters.com

  • Check out who the Harlem Globetrotters ran into while visiting NYC. Want to feel like a celebrity? Get your tickets to watch the Globetrotters here: harlemglobetrotters.com

  • You've seen Harlem Globetrotters doing amazing dunks, whether 5'10" or 7'8", but how about an off-the backboard dunk by 5'2" globetrotter, "Too Tall" Hall?

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