CAPPIE PONDEXTER WON THE GMGB HISTORICAL 3-POINT CONTEST

CAPPIE PONDEXTER WON THE GMGB HISTORICAL 3-POINT CONTEST

 

It was a historical night for GMGB as Cappie Pondexter, the point-guard for the New Orleans Gators, won the  first co-ed 3-point contest for GMGB. She proved to the world that women can really shoot the basketball. GMGB 3-point contest was held at Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas, the arena was filled with family fun entertainment and high level professional basketball competition.

For more information, go to www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

FIRST EVER PRO CO-ED BASKETBALL DUNK CONTEST IN GMGB HISTORY

 

Guy Dupuy jumps over six New Orleans Gators “G-Squad” dancers to win the first Global Mixed Gender Basketball (GMGB) Exhibition Game Slam Dunk Contest. It was a historical night for GMGB and Dupuy brought out all of his creative basketball dunking skills to astonish the crowd. Brittney Griner, Chiney Ogwumike and Caron Butler judged the contest giving Dupuy straight tens. Congrats to Guy Dupuy for winning the first co-edprofessional slam dunk contest.

For more information, go to: www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

 

LISA LESLIE SAYS, “GMGB IS GIVING MEN AND WOMEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY PRO BASKETBALL THROUGH EQUALITY.”

 

 

Hall of Famer WNBA World Champion and Head Coach of the New Orleans Gators, Lisa Leslie confirms that (GMGB) Global Mixed Gender Basketball league is not just about pro sports, it stands for equality and is about giving back to the community. Lisa Leslie stated, “This is the right time for this league with all of the tragedies and what is going on with the country right now. GMGB is about family entertainment, pro sports for men and women and most importantly bringing the community together.”

For more information, go to www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

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