Congrats Sim Bhullar

22 03 2013

Congratulations to Sim Bhullar, Indian-Canadian basketball star, on his NCAA debut. He stands at 7’5″ and weighs in at 355lbs.

His first season on the team, Bhullar averaged 15 points, 12.5 rebounds and 4 blocked shots in the semifinals and finals of the WAC tournament last week – leading his team to a second straight title and earning the Aggies an opening-round NCAA tournament matchup with fourth-seeded Saint Louis on Thursday.

On Thursday March 21, 2013, in the national spotlight, Bhullar posted 4 points, 11 rebounds, and 3 blocks in 27 minutes in a New Mexico St loss. He will likely be back at it again next year.

During the game, the announcers did a brief story on his 7’3″, 16yr old brother Tanveer and his visit and warm reception at New Mexico St. Will he be following in Sim’s footsteps and attending New Mexico St as well?

Big Dancer


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South Asian Softball League – Stars Align

11 06 2011

Insight into the stars of a south asian softball league in Long Island, NY –

Music produced by DJ Iron Kutz

Geethu Anna Jose, 1st Indian to try out for US Basketball League

4 05 2011

She only has 1.2 billion people on her back!

Indian women’s captain, former Australian league MVP, Geethu Anna Jose, 25, is trying out for WNBA teams.  Get to know her!

HOOPS INDIA! Who said Indians are too short to Ball?

3 11 2010

Hoops TV!  Cover your Peoples!

Pretzels anyone?

17 08 2010

A Basketball Revolution: Hoops India

9 12 2009

Take a look at this high quality video production put together by Hoops India. Seems like the youth in India are starting to fight for some respect in basketball! We love it, We need it! Go Hoops India!!


Hoops India 2009

4 01 2009


The Hoops India project was formed to increase the awareness, participation, and commitment to amateur and professional basketball India. 

Less than 1% of people in India play ball today – so there is a huge untapped market.   

Just imagine an Indian playing in the NBA… guzzling Masala Gatorade… nicknamed ‘Air India‘!  That’s one of the goals of the project!

Here is a potential candidate…

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