Harlem Globetrotters bounce into Flint for 90th anniversary tour

Harlem Globetrotters come to Flint.

Fans were all smiles Monday night at the Globetrotters game as the team faced off in Flint as a part of their 90th Anniversary tour.

"We come out here, and we see the kids smiling and we see those kids loving it," dribbler Firefly Fisher said. "It's the best feeling in the world."

With dancing, games, and some legendary hoops, the Globetrotters say getting the audience up on their feet is what keeps them going.

"They're screaming and yelling and it just feels great," head coach Barry Hardy said.

And whether it's alley oops or fancy dribbling, the Globetrotters say they aren't worried about any trick...because they practice to do it all.

"I guarantee, for two hours coming to a Harlem Globetrotters game, you don't have to love basketball we will put a smile on your face," Firefly said. "We'll give you something to remember for the rest of your life."

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