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Screenshot via YouTube/Harlem Globetrotters
Screenshot via YouTube/Harlem Globetrotters
After taking a ride on the 7 train this October, the Harlem Globetrotters could return to Queens if a group of kids sell 10 tickets to their Brooklyn performance.

A group of young gymnasts in Fresh Meadows are just a dribble and a dunk away from getting the Harlem Globetrotters to visit their gym.

After My Gym was featured in a Sesame Street episode about diversity, the children from the gym were asked to perform an opening ceremony at Barclays Center for the Harlem Globetrotters. The performance will be held on Dec. 27, but the troupe might get a chance to see the basketball players in their home court on Dec. 17 if they can sell 100 tickets to the Brooklyn performance.

“We’ve never had something this big happen,” said Meredith Coleman, the gym’s director. “The kids are insanely excited.”

The deadline to sell the tickets is Dec. 12 and in the name of sales, Coleman turned the gym into a sales firm, channeling the excitement into the kids’ sales attempts. If the gym is successful, a couple of members of the basketball team will visit the gym on Union Turnpike for a private performance.

“The kids will get a chance to meet them and see them perform a few small tricks and get autographs,” Coleman said, noting that she wanted to invite as many people as possible from the Fresh Meadows area. “Meeting the Globetrotters is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many people in Queens.”

Tickets can be bought on the gym’s website.

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