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“Dream Team” Wins 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament at ISB PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Muslim Link Staff   
Friday, 11 April 2014 13:38

 

 

 

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On March 29th 2014, Islamic Society of Baltimore (ISB) Muslim Athletic Program (MAP) hosted a 3v3 basketball tournament which included 18 teams from all over the DMV area.


The tournament was an all-day event, teams were guaranteed 3 games and were only charged $40 per team. There were many great plays and players throughout the tournament but ultimately 1 team had to win. Dream Team captained by Hasnain Ahmed beat BOS in the finals and won the championship, Brother Patrick captain of team BOS won the MVP honors. While the games were going on spectators and other players had the ability to purchase food and drinks from the tournament sponsor RJ Cafe.

 

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ISB MAP is a nonprofit organization which has one ultimate goal which is to promote a healthy lifestyle in a Muslim environment. They have grown rapidly in the past 2 years, ISB MAP also has camps, programs, and tournaments for brothers and sisters ages ranging from 6 years to over 40. They currently have football, basketball, soccer, cricket, and karate for brothers and for sisters we have basketball, soccer, tennis, and karate.  They have a bright outlook and want to expand, grow, and are looking for volunteers and coaches. If you'd like to help please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and they will get you on the team.


For more information, visit ISB MAP on Facebook at ISB Muslim Athletic Program. [Source: ISB MAP. Photos by Wajdy Mohamed]

 

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