Happy New Year's Eve! If you saw part 1 of our Top 13 Moments of 2013, you know we promised to deliver moments 6-1 today! Can you guess what the top moments are? Take a look below at moments 6-1:
6. Dribbling the Globe
Dribbling skills and ball tricks are synonymous with the Globetrotters. We started a YouTube video series where we showcase our talent at popular destinations in cities around the world. Click the photo to check out all the videos in our "Dribble the Globe" playlist!
5. Bullying Prevention
We brought our ABCs of Bullying Prevention program to over 400 schools and community centers in 2013, teaching kids tools and tips to help reduce bullying. We look forward to delivering our program to kids all over the world in 2014!
4. Summer Clinics
Not only did we get to entertain kids at games last year, but we got to coach kids across the country at our Summer Clinics! Our clinics are set to expand into even more cities during the 2014 summer! Find out how you can join the Globetrotters on court HERE.
3. Hoop Shatter & Collapse
This was easily one of the scariest basketball moments we've ever witnessed. It went viral instantly, marking its place on our Top 13 list. Luckily, Bull escaped with only minor injuries. Click to watch the full video and see Bull's reaction.
2. Guinness World Record
The same week the hoop shattered and collapsed on Bull, a member of our 2014 Rookie Class made history. Thunder nailed a shot from nearly 110 feet away, breaking the Guinness World Records® record for the longest successful basketball shot. You have to see it to believe it!
1. 'Fans Rule' Tour
We had so much fun last year letting fans choose the rules we used in our games, we decided to do it again - this year, with awesome new rules making the game even more exciting! Find out when we'll be in a city near you, and then vote for what rule you want to see us use in your game! See you on tour in 2014!
This marks the end of our Top 13 Moments of 2013. Happy New Year's and we look forward to seeing you on tour this year!
-The Harlem Globetrotters