BC23 is literally the Micheal Jordan of blacktop basketball. In the world of basketball in itself BC23 is larger-than-life with technique and tenacity BC23 built a reputation on a combination of devastating dribbling and demolishing rivals those of some NBA players on the blacktop. BC23 was raised in Pasadena, CA, as well as myself the Inland Empire Emperors founder Kevin Dailey. "We are childhood friends and both attended Wilson Middle School and played on the same sports team with players like Euro League player Eric "Spin Doctor" Holmes and MLB player Jamal Strong. KD moved to Atlanta and conquered the world of business and BC23 made his name at Chaffey College and the renowned Rucker Park when he moved to New York to attend the Global Institute of Technology and began playing against NBA players and the areas' leading streetballers.

It was on those very courts at the Entertainers Basketball Classic (EBC) tournament that BONE COLLECTOR received his nickname based on the amount of opponents that have fallen and hurt themselves when challenging him. He was also named MVP of the Rucker Park League 5 years in a row from 2001 to 2006 . BC23 currently partners with the NBA and players 1 of many being Houston Rockets star James Harden.

Ezekiel 37 :The hand of the LORD was upon me, and he brought me out by the Spirit of the LORD and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full of bones .”

Bone Collector

Wikipedia: Larry "Bone Collector" Williams is a current streetball basketball player (SBA New York Street Ball Legend, SBA European All-star Team, EBC Rucker Park DVD/New York City MVP, ESPN Block Party, NBA TV)[1] who earned the name the Bone Collector for his ability to "break players' ankles". Williams was born in Texas and grew up in Southern California.[7] He later played at Chaffey Junior College and later the Globe Institute of Technology in New York City. While in New York City, he became an elite player at the Rucker Park.[7] In China, as covered by USA Today he crossed over a player out of his shoes.[8] He challenged players including Allen Iverson to 1 on 1 games. He also challenged Kobe Bryant to a $50,000 one on one game.[9][10] He was named the Most Dangerous Streetball Player in the World by SLAM magazine.[11] He also became a personal trainer for NBA and collegiate players at various basketball clinics worldwide. He is currently the assistant coach to San Gabriel Adventist Academy Boys Varsity team in San Gabriel, CA, where he helped coach the team to California Division State Champions during the 2013 - 2014 season.[12] He made a name for himself after he won the Entertainers Basketball Classic (EBC - Rucker Park) MVP 5 years in a row from 2001 to 2006. He was named one of Complex (magazine)'s 25 Greatest Streetball Players of All Time[13] and one of the Street Basketball Association's 50 best players of all time.

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