Lance obtained the full house video of our halftime performance–high quality stuff, including multiple camera angles and slow-mo replays. No sound other than the arena announcer and music.
Final score, Blue 20, White 10. High scorers were Lance for blue (8 points on 4 for 4 shooting) and Frank for white (4 points on 2 for 6 shooting). Tom led all rebounders with 4, and he, Lance, and Adam each had 2 assists.
We had a lot of fun at halftime of the Cal-Stanford game; they gave us 8 minutes, which is pretty good, and the crowd got into it.
We even got a few seconds of national TV exposure. That’s Mark “Wild Man” Wilder on the giraffe dunk (getting Marc Hertlein’s jersey a bit of glory).
We’ve been invited to play at halftime of the Cal-Stanford women’s basketball game on Sunday, March 4. Game time is 6:00 PM; we’ll be on around 7:00.
The Cal women’s team has clinched second place in the Pac-12; they can’t catch Stanford in the standings, but they should be able to put up a fight. Tickets are still available. The game will be on national TV, but we’re unlikely to get more than a couple seconds of airtime.
We’ll be doing a small demo at 11:30 AM this Saturday, November 5, at the “Bounce, Rock, Skate & Roll” event at Youth Uprising, 8711 Macarthur at 88th Street in Oakland. Sounds like a fun time, come on by!
A group of four students (including one unicyclist at ex’pression College for Digital Arts in Emeryville decided to do a short documentary about our team for one of their classes. Here is the rough cut version.
The Revolution will be playing at the Cal Science and Engineering Festival on the Berkeley campus this coming Sunday, January 23, at 11:00 AM. We’ll be doing some demo games, along with discussion of the science of unicycle basketball (physiology of balance, parabolic paths, gyroscopic forces). Come check it out! Rain cancels.