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Interview with JSI Storm 2 at Magic City Basketball League

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Interview with Marlon Meeks of Magic City Sports Academy

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Interview with Alabama Heat Elite 8th Grade Team

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Interview with Eric Snow Former NBA Player for the Cleveland Cavaliers


THE UNSCRIPTED, UNCUT segment is a montage of Pre & Post game interviews with coaches, players and fans alike. This segment has a more relaxed interviewing style where we say, “The cameras roll and anything goes.” It allows the athlete to grow and develop in a non-stressful interview setting which allows he/she the opportunity to SELF REFLEX and in return gives them the ability to SELF CORRECT. Interviewing in front of the media/press can be very stressful for athletes. The more experience they have with the media/press the more successful they will become! Therefore promoting positive GROWTH.  “Get Your Game Up” and TwinSportsTV will show up!! Our team of professionals are at games, camps and tournaments, capturing the talents of today’s athletes and athletic organizations. 

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Alabama Heat Elite vs. Mystic (8th Grade Basketball) at the Magic city Basketball

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Lady Attack vs. Lady Charlotte (8th Grade Girls Basketball Game)

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Team Georgia vs. Team Florida (Varsity Boys Basketball)

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GTH 4XIII vs. Boys & Girls Club (17U Boys Basketball Game)

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FOL Kingdom vs. JSI Storm (High School Basketball)

TwinSportsTV: “Get Your Game Up!” Highlights

TwinSportsTV’s GET YOUR GAME UP game HIGHLIGHTS exhibit high flying exciting play action. Our media platform is designed to expose talented athletes as well as to promote community base sports organizations. Our goal is to assist athletes in achieving HIGHER EDUCATION into COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES. The process of getting a scholarship first starts with getting SEEN. In an effort to get the best players from each recruiting class, coaches are looking at athletes as soon as their freshman and sophomore years in high school and sometimes earlier. Coaches are restricted in contacting you early in high school, but they can view online profiles of athletes and watch videos of them if it is available. Call for details on full game tapes…. So, “Get Your Game Up” and TwinSportsTV will show up!

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TwinSportsTV: “Crossover38”

Great POINT GUARDS use his or her experience, vision, mobility and what we will call spontaneous genius. He/She makes something good happen! The CROSSOVER38 Segment is used to expand on the role of the POINT GUARD as he or she is the leader of the team. This segment gives the athlete experience with handling him/herself professionally with the media before or after a game. To achieve next level of success, it is important for the POINT GUARD to gain much experience with answering questions POSITIVELY, PROFESSIONALLY and INTELLECTUALLY. Because of the dynamic role he/she plays on the team, a POINT GUARD must have physical, mental, emotional and instinctive traits that go well beyond the mere ability to pass or dribble a BASKETBALL.

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CrossOver38 Keon Hines (North Charleston 8th Grade Team)

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CrossOver38 Hunter (Trotters)

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CrossOver38 Jeremiah (7th Grade Team Michigan)

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CrossOver38 #35 Makayla (Team Fly)


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CrossOver38 #2 Jeremiah (12th Grade Gators) at the Magic City Basketball

  1.  Basketball is a fast paced sport where athletes have to think fast on their feet and respond quickly to plays that could change momentum and direction at any minute. Young athletes are working on mental drills in addition to physical techniques.

Basketball enhances children’s agility due to the swiftness needed to dodge other players and make aggressive plays. 




Team sports prepare children for necessary social interactions later in life.  Through these sports, children understand shared responsibility, team work, how to deal with triumph and defeat, all of which are applicable throughout life.


  1. Organized sports activity helps children develop and improve cognitive skills. Physical activity in general is associated with improved academic achievement, including grades and standardized test scores. Further, such activity can affect attitudes and academic behavior, including enhanced concentration, attention, and improved classroom behavior (GAO, 2012). 

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