Basketball fans are covered on the web, but what about basketball players that want to continue to improve their game, find places to play and learn what's new in basketball culture? Everything we do is with the basketball player in mind.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 23, 2009
The online basketball brand BlackTopHoops.com, dedicated to connecting basketball communities, has launched their first website. The http://www.BlackTopHoops.com blog is written for all types of basketball players, including: streetball, pick-up, and recreational. Brenton Gieser, the President of BlackTop Hoops, further explains the purpose of the website, "Basketball fans are covered on the web, but what about basketball players that want to continue to improve their game, find places to play and learn what's new in basketball culture? Everything we do is with the basketball player in mind." BlackTop Hoops takes a unique approach to basketball blogging; they believe that by giving their readers information and insights about the game as it relates to them as basketball players, their readers will help connect local basketball communities. The blog covers topics such as:
-Top ways to improve your game.
-Basketball coaches' tips (Coach's Corner).
-Basketball court reviews.
-Basketball league reviews.
-Basketball tournament reviews.
-Hottest basketball shoes and gear.
-New music for the blacktop.
-Local NBA coverage.
-Local NCAA basketball coverage.
-Local Prep basketball coverage.
-And other humorous yet insightful BlackTop Hoops articles with a hint of street freshness.
The website also provides basketball players from the San Francisco Bay Area extensive listings of basketball courts, basketball leagues and basketball tournaments. The President of BlackTop Hoops exclaims that, "As a basketball player I had trouble searching online for the best places to play basketball. As an internet user I want simplicity. By posting information about basketball courts, basketball leagues and basketball tournaments onto one website we can simplify a basketball player's effort to get out and play!" The listings cover basketball courts, basketball leagues and basketball tournaments for five different Bay Area regions: San Francisco, East Bay, Peninsula, South Bay and North Bay.
The BlackTopHoops.com blog also serves as a marketing tool for a web application BlackTop Hoops is launching later this year. The web application will allow basketball players to connect, organize and interact with different aspects of the basketball world. Gieser says, "We need to listen to what ballers need before we can supply them. The blog is the perfect way to gain brand awareness and spark discussion in the basketball world."
Keep an eye out for new posts and updates at http://www.BlackTopHoops.com/blog. Make sure to tell us what we can do to better your basketball experience and better connect basketball communities.