Rex 6 picks up a win at the end of night one

Written by: Josh Safran   The final game from day one at the Rumph Classic tipped off at around 10:40 and it looked like both of these teams were ready for bed when the second half rolled around.     Rex 6 and Competitive Training Co. traded buckets furiously in the first half and it seemed… Continue reading Rex 6 picks up a win at the end of night one

Blue Magic dominated the interior in win over BLF

Written by: Josh Safran   The year is 2021 and Blue Magic just won a basketball game without making a three-point field goal in the second half.   After trailing by five at halftime Blue Magic made a very simple change that led them to their 66-63 victory over Born Leader Family.  Don’t waste time… Continue reading Blue Magic dominated the interior in win over BLF

Team Rumph Center comes all the way back against Team 8Eye

Written by: Josh Safran   Game two of the Rumph Classic had the most professional talent so far and boy did it show. Dallas Mavericks guard Jalen Brunson caught everyone’s eyes, but it was Shannon Givens who stole the show.   Team Rumph Center rode Givens’ (28 PTS, 4 REB, 2 AST) hot hand to… Continue reading Team Rumph Center comes all the way back against Team 8Eye

Team PF Workouts outlasts Chuck Ellis in Game 1

Written by: Josh Safran   A late game timeout typically leads to a play that makes or breaks the final, but for Chuck Ellis and his squad, it was the act of calling a timeout down one with 45 seconds left that in fact BROKE the game for Ellis.   PF Workouts outlasted Chuck Ellis… Continue reading Team PF Workouts outlasts Chuck Ellis in Game 1

2021 Rumph Classic: Meet the Coaches

This Thursday marks the start of the 16th annual Rumph Classic from La Salle University featuring eight teams fighting for glory in honor of the late Danny Rumph.   Competitive Training Company, Mike Jay Films, Rumph Center, Chuck Ellis Workouts, Born Leader Family, 8Eye, Blue Magic, Rex6 and PFWorkouts will each be fielding teams for… Continue reading 2021 Rumph Classic: Meet the Coaches

DERII Foundation is about more than just basketball

Danny Rumph was considered one of the best and brightest young basketball talents in the Philadelphia area before he tragically passed away in March of 2005 at 21 years old from Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.   Shortly after he died, his uncle, Marcus Owens, and mother, Viola “Candy” Owens, along with a number of close childhood friends… Continue reading DERII Foundation is about more than just basketball

The Legacy of Danny Rumph

Danny Rumph was planning to head back to school at Western Kentucky University in the morning and knew he needed to get one more run in with his buddies. It was around 10 p.m. on May 8, 2005 when Rumph picked up the phone to organize a pickup basketball game at the Mallery Recreation Center… Continue reading The Legacy of Danny Rumph

Danny Rumph Classic returns to La Salle University Aug. 5-9

Tom Gola Arena at La Salle University is sure to be filled to the brim with excitement surrounding the 16th annual Danny Rumph Classic.    The five-day affair, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic, tips off on Aug. 5 and is best known as one of the premier basketball events in the… Continue reading Danny Rumph Classic returns to La Salle University Aug. 5-9