Midnight Madness keeps it real and asks all ballers: Is Your Game Good Enough For The Quai 54 Stage?
Orlan Jackman and AJ Roberts join Swarzy Macaly and Nhamo Shire as all four GO IN on the truth behind Quai 54.
The Voice of Reason, Nhamo Shire, said, “To put this all into perspective, last summer, AJ ‘s team beat a Spanish team that had SIX players who play in the ACB – the TOP league in Spain. Relatively speaking, the ACB is considered, globally, as the second league outside of the NBA.”
To put it bluntly: Quai 54 is far from easy. It’s tough. It’s physical. It’s not for everyone. But it’s an opportunity that echoes “Bring Your Game, Not Your Name” from beginning to end.
With summer only around the corner, Midnight Madness looks forward to the calibre of British talent that will take to the courts this year, many of whom believe they have what it takes to go on to that next level and play with the best of them.
For those who believe they are the answer to #WhosGotNext?, watch the episode above to find out how to best prep your game to play at that international level, should you be selected to take your talents abroad…