UPDATE: Goodman League commissioner Miles Rawls clarifies that the game itself is not a "Goodman League" game. It is merely an exhibition he is MCing.
Fresh off a successful exhibition win over Los Angeles' Drew League, the Goodman League professionals may be taking on a new challenger, one that is closer to home. Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld is reporting that an exhibition between the Goodman League and Baltimore's Melo League is scheduled for next Tuesday in Baltimore. Among the players who will be there: LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony.
Goodman League commissioner Miles Rawls confirmed to Michael Lee of the Washington Post that the game will take place on Tuesday at St. Frances Academy in Baltimore at 7 p.m. Anthony, James and Paul will lead the Melo League squad against a Goodman League roster than includes Kevin Durant, Jeff Green, DeMarcus Cousins and Brandon Jennings, who was on the Los Angeles team in the "Capital Punishment" exhibition.
The game was originally supposed to take place on Sunday, but was pushed back due to Hurricane Irene. Tickets will go on sale the day of the game.