Co-ed Pro Basketball is Coming to Shreveport Dec 22nd 2017 for Family Fun!

Shreveport, La – A new pro-basketball team is coming to Shreveport with the help of a home base investment company ‘Louisiana Power’ and rap-mogul Master P. The big announcement was made today at the Centenary Gold Dome that the New Orleans Gators a new basketball team is coming to Shreveport. It’s apart of a new professional basketball league called Global Mixed Gender Basketball (GMGB), bringing equality to professional basketball for male and female athletes.
It’s the first league in history to play pro NBA and WNBA players on the same team in a competitive game. The league has gone as far as to create a new 29″ basketball for game playing. The new ball falls between the 29.5″ NBA male ball and the 28.5″ WNBA female ball to further support equality in the game of basketball.
Their introduction to the state and the world of basketball will be here in Shreveport at the Centenary Gold Dome. The group will hold practices, exhibition games and community related events bringing pro players from the NBA and WNBA to the city for high level entertainment in sports.
“This is going to be a game changer, because we are an organization about freedom of expression, and we are also about our players,” Percy ‘Master P’ Miller, part owner New Orleans Gators said.
 The season will official start in 2018. The first game in Shreveport will be a exhibition game on December 22 against the Washington Fusion, where they will also host a toy drive called ‘Balling for a Cause’.
To find out more on GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

MASTER P SAYS, “THE ONLY WAY TO HAVE A VOICE, A FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, IS THROUGH OWNERSHIP.”

MASTER P SAYS, “THE ONLY WAY TO HAVE A VOICE, A FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, IS THROUGH OWNERSHIP.”

Professional athletes are trying to exercise their First Amendment rights by kneeling or standing to the national anthem during NFL and NBA games. Master P says, “What makes it difficult for players to unite is that they can’t freely exercise their right to freedom of expression without ownership.” Master P has created the first minority-owned professional sports league, Global Mixed Gender Basketball. Sponsors such as Nike, Adidas, Coca-Cola should be knocking down his door. GMGB stands for equality: Equal play and equal pay for women, freedom of expression, diversity and helping their communities.

For more information, go to www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

GMGB GAMES IS PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL AT ITS HIGHEST LEVEL AND WE ENTERTAIN

GMGB is a family sports experience full of entertainment. Once you walk into the arena, you will witness pro-basketball action at its highest level and one of the most entertaining star-studded events in a sports atmosphere. Men and women both competing simultaneously on the basketball court to our half-time shows, phenomenal dancers, cheerleaders, GMGB mascots and our high flying stunt ballers. Global Mixed Gender Basketball events are a must see for family fun sports and entertainment.

“PERCY MILLER aka MASTER P FROM THE PROJECTS TO FORBES”

PERCY MILLER aka MASTER P Money Power Business Tycoon “I couldn’t just be
a street guy. And a lot of people want to be in business, but they don’t
know how to make those transformations. They still want to be in the
streets. I gave it all up. I had to cut out the negative people in my life
because I wanted better for my family. I asked God to give me a second
chance so that I can do something right with my life. I used my pain to
drive me to success. It starts with change, not being afraid to admit
your mistakes, learn from them and not being afraid to grow up. Percy
Miller a business mogul was raised in the poverty of New Orleans and
went from the projects to Forbes .Master P set his sights on taking over
the sports and tech business, after dominating the music industry. He
stands for equality and has the only minority owned professional sports
league in the U.S. Global Mixed Gender Basketball.

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

Global Mixed Gender Basketball “Game Time Highlights” Featurette by HoopersOnly.TV

Global Mixed Gender Basketball “Game-time Highlights” Featurette with HoopersOnly.TV live in Las Vegas for the New Orleans Gators for Atlanta Heirs 1st Ever Co-Ed Basketball League Professional Game.
                  www.HoopersOnly.TV

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

CYMPHONIQUE MILLER SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AT THE HISTORICAL GLOBAL MIXED GENDER BASKETBALL GAME

CYMPHONIQUE MILLER SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AT THE HISTORICAL GLOBAL MIXED GENDER BASKETBALL GAME

The Global Mixed Gender Basketball (GMGB) Game was underway at the Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas, making history as the first co-ed professional basketball league to put both male and female athletes to compete simultaneously on the basketball court as Cymphonique Miller kicks off the historical event singing live, her stunning rendition of the national anthem.

for more: www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

MASTER P’S GMGB CO-ED PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Global Mixed Gender Basketball, the first league to put both male and female pro-athletes to compete on the basketball court simultaneously. Most people questioned how it would work but all those questions were answered September 23rd 2017 at the Cox Pavilion. The New Orleans Gators and the Atlanta Heirs went underway in Las Vegas, while there was plenty of news, live entertainment, arena packed with excited fans and high-level basketball competition, a piece of history was made at the same time. New Orleans Gators team owner Percy Miller and Atlanta Heirs team owner Tiny Harris have branded one of the most spectacular basketball entertainment, star-studded mixed gender league built on equality for the new millennial pro-basketball audience. The teams were stacked with big names in the pro-basketball genre: Carlos Boozer, Lisa Leslie, Angel McCoughtry, Caron Butler, the Gonzalez Twins, Cappie Pondexter, Stromile Swift, Tyrus Thomas, Brittney Griner and Metta World Piece, just to name a few. The exhibition ended with Basketball fans and critics amazed and impressed as GMGB League paraphernalia were sold out. Metta World Peace says, “Tonight was groundbreaking, a real game changer. I can’t wait until basketball fans all over the world can experience this up close and personal or through television. These women really can play. And Master P knows firsthand basketball and entertainment.”

For more information, go to www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com

MASTER P AND THE NEW ORLEANS GATORS ADDS LOUISIANA BASKETBALL LEGEND MAHMOUD ABDUL-RAUF TO THE COACHING STAFF

 

MASTER P AND THE NEW ORLEANS GATORS ADDS LOUISIANA BASKETBALL LEGEND MAHMOUD ABDUL-RAUF TO THE COACHING STAFF

Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf aka Chris Jackson, former LSU basketball superstar took over the Louisiana basketball college scene. Then he went on making his mark in the NBA with Denver Nuggets, Sacramento Kings and the Vancouver Grizzlies. He has been considered one of the greatest free-throw shooters in the history of basketball. Team owner Percy Miller says,
“Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf is a legendary icon, people still talk about what he’s done for Louisiana basketball. At LSU, he was one of the most unstoppable point guards in the game. He could shoot the ball and he could score. His hard work and passion made him dangerous on the court. He has a winning spirit and it will pass on to our organization
For more information & tickets, go to www.NewOrleansGators.com or www.GlobalMixedGenderBasketball.com