Temi teamed up with GG3x3’s Martin Dyan for the latest installment of his Nothing But Nets challenge, as they made their way around the capital adding 22 brand new nets, provided free by Basketball England, to courts across the city.
Monday is Stage 1️⃣ of our Nothing But Net Challenge!— Martin Dyan (aka MD) (@MartinDyan) July 26, 2020
Project Swish by @bballengland will be supplying the nets and equipment. Scott and I will be hitting up as many North London courts as possible!!
Weather permitting of course, safety first! ☀️ 🌧 #ball4life #projectswish pic.twitter.com/zZ2kHGA6TM
This included Temi’s home court of Hendon Park in Barnet, North London, which was recently renovated and given a new lease of life through the #'ProjectSwish initiative in partnership with Wilson Sporting Goods.
#ProjectSwish is giving players across the country the chance to receive free nets for their local court and help the basketball community enjoy a better experience playing outdoors.
Now in its second year, 2000 nets have already been sent out to courts in the first month, well on its way to beating last year’s total of 2226 nets installed.
#ProjectSwish also aims to inspire and provide support for outdoor court renovations. It was recently announced that Basketball England will be taking the project to the next level, using the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games to create a ‘Games Legacy’ and inspiring the rejuvenation of outdoor courts across the country.
Last hoop of the day.We travelled to East London, put up 4 nets and to North West to put up two more. The Nothint But Net Challenge is now on 2️⃣2️⃣ hoops! It’s been amazing @TemiFagbenle! #projectswish Thanks @bballengland for all the nets and tape etc!🏀 #ball4life #thegg3x3 pic.twitter.com/5CbwVGxdF3— Martin Dyan (aka MD) (@MartinDyan) August 5, 2020
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