[Vidéo] Episode 6 of Check Ball in Toulouse

Check Ball, the program specializing in 3×3 basketball presented by Vincent Royet, is back for a sixth episode, this time in Toulouse. For the premiere of the year 2021, a beautiful program awaits fans of 3×3 in the heart of the pink city.

On the menu of this video, along with Karim Souchu, the coach of the French 3×3 team, the acquisition of the Hoops Factory by the FFBB. The former player explains what this implies in the French basketball landscape and how it is a very good thing.

Then, we are treated to an exclusive interview with the iconic voice of FIBA ​​3×3, Kyle “The Voice” Montgomery. At the microphone of Karim Souchu, the American announcer confides on his experience and his desire to do the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where 3×3 will be present for the first time.

Vincent Royet then goes to meet Gislain Meder, president of the Urban Basketball association, which organizes 3×3 tournaments in Toulouse. He therefore presents his association and what it brings to the Toulouse urban community.

Then return with Karim Souchu who once again brings his expertise in the rules of 3×3. This time, he explains the video refereeing in 3×3 (the challenge) and its importance during matches.

In the usual portrait of the month, Vincent Royet presents the professional dunker Loïc Moitry, present on the 3×3 circuit. He testifies to all his experience and gives advice for young people who would like to get started in the discipline.

Finally, as usual, Check Ball ends in a slightly more humorous way, by going to meet El Chicolatine, an influencer from Toulouse who holds the world record for the farthest back shot (15 meters).

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Another successful episode for Check Ball which continues to shed light on 3×3 basketball, which is becoming more and more important in France and also around the world.

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