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Photo Essay: Playing to the crowd

A packed house at Rifle enjoyed the Harlem Wizards’ high flying and crazy antics last Saturday

The Harlem Wizards are known for their crowd involvement and crazy antics. Arnold Bernard a.k.a A-Train has some fun with Charlotte Hicks at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening.
Leon Sewell, aka Space Jam, carries off Graham Mesa Elementary teacher Lorena “Air Mama” Trejo prior to the opening tip-off at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening.
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The Harlem Wizards are known for their crowd involvement and crazy antics. Loyd Clinton a.k.a Lookatik has some fun with Charlotte Hicks at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening.
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Loyd Clinton, aka Looonatik, lifts a young fan at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening
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Arnold Bernard, aka A-Train, has some fun with Graham Mesa Elementary teacher Lorena “Air Mama” Trejo at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening.
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Brandon LaCue, aka The Werm, launches for one of his patented scoop dunks at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening.
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LaCue signs a fans jersey at the Harlem Wizard’s performance in Rifle Saturday evening.
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Leon Sewel, aka Space Jam, sends Highland Elementary student Haven Hills skyward for a monster slam dunk at the Harlem Wizards event in Rifle Saturday evening.
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Brandon LaCue, aka the Werm, makes his grand entrance by leaping over Lloyd Clinton, aka Looonatik, at the Harlem Wizard’s performance in Rifle Saturday evening.
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