NBHHCM Unveils New Logo for 2010 & the Hyped Signature Nickname for Kobe, Pau, Lamar, and Ron Artest, Says NBHHCM.org

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The National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month Foundation has created its new logo for the year 2010 and it will be introduced in front of Baltimore's City Hall on the 35th Anniversary of the Ali-Foreman "Rumble In the Jungle". The much hyped signature nickname for Kobe, Pau, Lamar, and Ron Artest will be unveiled. NBHHCM has created a basketball/hip-hop moniker nickname for all 30 NBA teams to honor the 25th Anniversary of the hoops and hip-hop culture fusion era born in 1984.

The National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month Foundation http://www.NBHHCM.org will hold an outdoor press conference in front of Baltimore's City Hall at 1:00 pm today to introduce the new logo for NBHHCM 2010. Mayor Sheila Dixon was the first US Mayor to proclaim this past June 2009 as National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month. To honor her Proclamation NBHHCM will unveil its new logo with the back drop of where it was created and signed. NBHHCM has commissioned a local graffiti artists to construct canvas art drawings combining hoops and hip-hop culture for neighboring cities Philadelphia and Washington D.C. These art pieces will be on display during the press conference.

October 30, 2009 is the 35th Anniversary of the Ali-Foreman "Rumble In the Jungle" and to honor the celebration of his victory there was a new rhyme created to introduce the signature nickname for the star foursome of the defending 2009 NBA Champion Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, Lamar Odom, and Ron Artest. The new signature nickname will be introduced during the press conference in Baltimore.

The Lakers are the defending NBA Champions and we've go something new for this season.

"We started with Kobe and Lamar, then we added Pau, now we've got Ron on our crew to make the whole world say WOW!, can we win 72, 73, 74, man I got a new nickname for the Hollywood Fearsome 4".

To honor the 25th Anniversary of the hoops and hip-hop culture fusion era (The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present) born in 1984 the NBHHCM Foundation has created a basketball/moniker nickname for all 30 NBA teams.

Atlanta Hawks- Crunk-N-Dunk MC's
Boston Celtics- Cee-Unit
Charlotte Bobcats- Q-Cat Beat Ballers
Chicago Bulls- Wind B. Chillin' MC's
Cleveland Cavaliers- Roc City Boyz
Dallas Mavericks- Biggie D's MC's
Denver Nuggets- "DNX" (Denver Nuggets basketball to the Xtreme)
Detroit Pistons- P-Funk Ryders
Golden State Warriors- Gold Crush Crew
Houston Rockets- The H-Town Beat Box Crew
Indiana Pacers- Flava Pace Squad
LA Clippers- Grandmaster L.A.C. & the Starting 5
Los Angeles Lakers- The Lake-Fresh Crew
Memphis Grizzlies- A.I. & the Grizzy Jam Squad
Miami Heat- Flash D. & the Boyz
Milwaukee Bucks- Buckz B. Runnin' Posse
Minnesota Timberwolves- Hustle-N-Flow Twinz
New Jersey Nets- Jigga's Property
New Orleans Hornets- CP3 & the Fast-Break Crew
New York Knicks- RUN-NYK
Oklahoma City Thunder- T-Boltz Outlawz
Orlando Magic- Slam-O-Dini
Philadelphia 76ers- Flight 76 Jam Posse
Phoenix Suns- De La Sunz
Portland Trailblazers- P-Blaze Young Risers
Sacramento Kings- DJ Sacto & the Kingz of Cali
San Antonio Spurs- T-Dogg & the Spuradelics
Toronto Raptors- Dino's Attack Da Rack Squad
Utah Jazz- Kool Jazzy Emcee's
Washington Wizards-Prez-Town Productions

For more information or interview request by the national media on the new NBHHCM logo press conference for 2010, Kobe, Pau, Lamar, and Ron signature name, or the NBA moniker nicknames please contact

Derrick E. Vaughan


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