SUNY Alum “Hammer” Harrison Joins Globetrotters on US Tour

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Hammer Harrison wows a packed arena.

Donte “Hammer” Harrison, who joined the Generals as a second year walk-on in their undefeated 2007 season, is heading on an east-coast tour with the Harlem Globetrotters, with whom he’s played since 2009!

Harrison, who transferred to Hampton University following graduation from Sullivan, is a fan-favorite, having earned a Guinness World RecordĀ® for the longest underhand basketball shot, an astounding 84 feet 8.5 inches! Local fans can catch him across New York and New Jersey through the end of December, as he plays in Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Prudential Center in Newark, and Westchester County Center in White Plains, among other venues. Travelzoo is offering great deals for several of these awesome games!

When he’s not busy wowing audiences on courts in all 50 states, Harrison takes pride in the degree he earned in computer graphics, and looks forward to some day opening his own graphic design studio.

Read more about Harrison on the official Harlem Globetrotters website!