We don't want to just help the less fortunate communities; we want to work with all communities to ensure we are doing everything we can to improve help for our youth in the Mid-Atlantic area and beyond.
We are empowered by a coalition of people that wants all communities, to leverage our love of our young men, women, and our youth providing them with sports, education, arts, and health to build friendship, mentorship, and fellowship to uplift the youth and young adults in neighborhoods around the Washington, DC area.
To connect diverse communities and generations of people around the world through our shared love for providing knowledge for the youth through the community, health, education, and sports.
Georgetown University Basketball Star Michael Graham helped create and founded Bounce Back Legends and expanding its brand in the Mid- Atlantic Markets. Bounce Back Legends are working to re-build neighborhood youth basketball and develop the undiscovered talent of our local youth 8-21 young boys and girls who are not playing or have not benefited from AAU teams. Our focus is to build home-grown talent by leveraging and providing education, counseling, seminars, lectures, mentoring, and health & wellness, though local basketball legends of their time in those respective communities.
Bounce Back Legends striving to provide the tools and resources to meet the needs of our youth and the communities. We intend to make tremendous progress in helping our youth and the communities. BBL was established to serve the communities through educational programs, health, and sporting events to provide a safe haven for “at-risk youth” BBL is dedicated to improving the economic and social well-being of our youth who reside in distressed urban and rural communities.
Helping and seeing our kids progress with their skills and classroom.
BBL always looks for ways to give back to the youth and our non-profits in the community
The experience and skills I really improved on.
A long coversation about the weaknesses of their game and life. What we need to improve on by implimenting a plan on how to get there.
Parade High School All-American 1983; Top 50 high school players in the US 1983; All-Big East Rookie Team 1983-1984; NCAA All-Tournement Team 1984; NCAA National Basketball Champion 1984; Grantland Top 50 College Basketball Players Ever; Member of the Georgetown Hoyas Men's Basketball Team 1983-1984
I've been teaching the game ever since I learned it at the age of 12 I will play against young man older than me with more I would learn lots of techniques from the older guy and I would use the techniques I learned from them part of my game
All types male and fem.ale
Suceeding in the game called life.
Ma.ke sure you are taught working on your weaknesses, that they care about you as a person first and that they are honest with you
How can you help me improve as a person first and a player second!