Streetball Phenom Grayson Boucher aka "The Professor" has Limited Edition Skate Deck Going on Sale Wed 6pm EST - First 100 Autographed

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Grayson "The Professor" Boucher Fans, Streetball Collectors & Skate Art Collectors have a unique opportunity to start a new personal collection of limited edition skate decks created to memorialize the most talented and popular streetballers to ever pick up a basketball. Both old school and new school players will be represented within the collection.

The Professor Skate Deck

The creative realm streetballers tap into when doing a never seen before trick or play that gets an entire crowd on their feet is an art form in and of itself - their innovation under pressure in game situations is very similar to what skateboarders experience when doing tricks - using skate decks as the canvas is a natural fit.

Grayson "The Professor" Boucher Fans, Streetball Collectors & Skate Art Collectors have a unique opportunity to start a new personal collection of limited edition skate decks created to memorialize the most talented and popular streetballers to ever pick up a basketball. Both old school and new school players will be represented within the collection.

Only 250 of the limited edition "Professor Decks" are being produced and of those 250 only 100 will be signed. There is a pre-sale sign up page for the Professor Deck allowing fans and collectors the opportunity to register for a pre-sale window which will happen a couple hours prior to the skate decks being available online for the general public.

By submitting an email address the collectors will be entered into the Streetball Legends Deck Series newsletter providing updates as to which collectors deck will be launched next.

Some may ask what does streetball have to do with skateboarding?

Tom Elliott, President of Legacy Board Art explains, "The creative realm streetballers tap into when doing a never seen before trick or play that gets an entire crowd on their feet is an art form in and of itself - their innovation under pressure in game situations is very similar to what skateboarders experience when doing tricks - using skate decks as the canvas is a natural fit."

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