ⓘ Harlem Wizards
The Harlem Wizards is a professional basketball team created in 1962 by sports promoter Howie Davis. Unlike most basketball teams, the Harlem Wizards are not primarily focused on winning games. Instead, their aim is to entertain the crowd using a variety of basketball tricks and alley oops. They perform fundraisers at local schools for the students and the rest of the community, displaying their fancy trickery through dribbling, passing, shooting, and dunking. Through these fundraisers, they have raised millions of dollars for "charitable organizations, schools, and foundations across the world." The audience is not only there to watch the Wizards, but also to participate in the show. The Wizards get the crowd involved, often bringing children out onto the floor to be part of a basketball trick or a comedy act.
Masters is a team of Comedy basketball, to travel around the country. The theme for the masters campaign 2010-2011 "basketball and beyond tour." They hold the second longest winning streak known in all of professional sports - 2.800 per game through the Harlem Globtrotters 24, 8.829 games in a row