Belmont takes on Harlem Crowns in Langford

Friday's basketball game will be entertaining for the entire family

The game is… Clownball and it’s a new game every night.

Probably no other word in the language better describes the type of basketball played by the Harlem Crowns. It is true they go through set gags and regular comic routines, but every game is different.

This Friday (Oct. 23), the Belmont senior boys basketball team, the Bulldogs, is hosting the Harlem Crowns for what should prove to be an exciting and entertaining game. The Crowns come every second year and the games always sell out. Tickets can be purchased from any senior boys basketball player around Belmont or by emailing: Tickets are $10.

Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m. and a preliminary kids’ game tips at 6:15 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. at Belmont secondary school, 3041 Langford Lake Road.

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