What’s Good? Stay Hungry Stop The Violence Summer League – With Isaiah Showell

By: Isaiah S. Showell, Follow South Jersey Multimedia Journalist/’What’s Good’ Host

Team Top Dawgs and team Capital Punishment of the Stay Hungry Stop the Violence Summer League face off in the semifinals. Photo credit: Isaiah Showell 

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Competitive Street basketball has made its way to South Jersey. On Saturday, August 6, team Top Dawgs and team Capital Punishment played in the semifinals of the Stay Hungry Stop the Violence Summer League in Atlantic City.

Anthony Young local boxing champ. Photo credit: Isaiah Showell.

The basketball game had families gathering at the Lagoon Playground to watch team Top Dawgs and team Capital Punishment faceoff. The game also brought out local business owners and notable people in Atlantic City who support the summer league including boxer and Pleasantville native Anthony Young and owner of Leavander’s 22 Southern Cuisine, Kamau Johnson.

Kamau Johnson of Leavanders 22 Restaurant. Photo credit: Isaiah Showell.

Top Dawgs defeated team Capital Punishment 65-51 with J. Santiel being named player of the game. On Saturday, August 13, team Top Dawgs faced off against team Prospects for the gold with team Prospects coming out on top with the win. All the teams are definitely What’s Good in South Jersey!

Competitive Street basketball comes to Atlantic City with the cause to stop violence. It’s What’s Good in South Jersey — with Isaiah Showell.

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