Queens straphangers were recently taken for a spin on the No. 7 train.
Following their annual two-week training camp in New York, the Harlem Globetrotters decided to celebrate with a trip from Queens to Times Square on the transit line and film the journey on Oct 3.
Decked out in their gear and armed with basketballs, the Globetrotters showed off their signature moves at several stops and for many traveling on the train.
They also had “Sweet Georgia Brown” playing on a Bluetooth speaker to entertain riders.
Led by 7-foot-4 Stretch Middleton and female star T-Time Brawner, nine members of the basketball troupe dazzled the young and old from different areas of the borough.
The video, which was just released Tuesday, shows the train stopping in Mets-Willets Point, 46th Street-Bliss Street and Woodside-61st Street.
Riders not only were spectators, but also took some lessons from the Globetrotters, who tried to teach them how to spin the ball on their fingers.
For the first time in their 89-year history, the Globetrotters will be in the New York City area during the holiday season from Saturday, Dec. 27, through Saturday, Jan. 3.
The holiday dates will be the Globetrotters’ only trip to the area during their new tour.
For the NYC-area schedule and tickets, click here.