Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 15, 2008
Dunkadelic TV http://www.youtube.com/dunkadelictv the new sports TV show in Baltimore on the history of the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion time period that was born in 1984 that is known now as The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present has given a cool and hip nickname to 4 local- area NBA basketball standout players who all hail from the city. They are referred to as the B-More Dunkadelic-Crew by host Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic TV on Comcast channel 75.
Vaughan says, "Its cool that 4 NBA players who come from Baltimore can have a nice nickname that links them all together." In the past years mainly on the college level teams were given nicknames like the Doctors of Dunk (Louisville Cardinals 1980-83), Phi Slama Jama (Houston Cougars 1982-84), and the Fab Five (Michigan Wolverines 1991-93).
The B-More Dunkadelic-Crew was selected as the name as Vaughan explains, all four-players come from the urban playgrounds of the city that is known as B-More by many of its residents. All four-players have been influenced by the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion era like so many other players who come into the NBA. The basketball/pop culture term "Dunkadelic" was also created in Baltimore. Carmelo Anthony the most recognized and talented of the four-players is a teammate with Allen Iverson in Denver (Iverson is the #1 most influential player of The "Dunkadelic-Era").
The B-More Dunkadelic-Crew nickname will be fun for Carmelo, Rudy, Donte, Joey and all the basketball fans in Baltimore.
Dunkadelic TV episode #6 will air this Friday and Saturday prime time at 8:00 pm on Comcast channel 75.
For more information on the B-More Dunkadelic-Crew and The "Dunkadelic-Era' In America.
Contact: Derrick E. Vaughan, Dunkadelic TV