That's because the Harlem Globetrotters combine the athleticism of the game with the flare of a little showmanship.
"Before every game, we come out to a song, called 'Sweet Georgia Brown,' and when that song comes on, six players come out on the court," says Buckets Blakes, one of the Globetrotters. "And we all do something unique with the basketball, depending on height and personality."
It's what people, young and old, have been coming to these games for 87 years to see.
And Buckets Blake stopped by the Clara Barton Elementary School to spready the word about anti-bullying.
"We've teamed up with the National Campaign to Prevent Violence, and we've come up with the ABCs to prevent bullying," says Blakes. "A is the action, the B is bravery, and the C is compassion."
The team is also raising awareness for breast cancer by playing with a pink ball, and also selling pink Globetrotter wristbands.
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