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VIDEO: Chris Brown Puts On A Show At Goodman Roundball Classic

In case you missed it, the Goodman League, Washington's summer hoops haven, held its Roundball Classic at Dr. Henry Wise High School in Upper Marlboro Sunday.

The most famous Goodman League alum, Kevin Durant, couldn't make it out (the small matter of just having returned from the Olympics had something to do with that), but there was still enough NBA talent (Josh Selby, Gilbert Arenas) on display for The League to defeat the Goodman All-Stars, 155-131.

And then there was Chris Brown.

The Tappahannock, Va. native, R&B hit machine, and poster child for domestic violence scored 11 points and dished six assists. Here's how Perry Green of the Afro American described his performance:

The League also featured R&B/Pop megastar singer Chris Brown, who proved to all watchers that he also has a few skills on the basketball court. Brown started at point guard for The League, and made a few Steve Nash-like passes that excited all of his fans in the crowd.

If the video below is any guide, most of those fans turned out to be screaming young women.


Video via The Goodman League And The Mars Reel.