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Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Navin Ramharak, Partner at In The Lab, located in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
Our first time playing in the TBT, thank you to everyone for supporting us and believing in our mission. This is only the beginning, stay tuned for our return in 2023!
For the first time in the United States, an all-Indian 12-strong basketball team took to the court on Friday, July 22. Known as “India Rising”, this new team of ball players, faced a Syracuse, New York-based team —Boeheim’s Army — in the The Basketball Tournament (TBT) for the prize money of 1 million dollars.
India Rising, a group of professional basketball players of Indian descent from around the globe, are making history as they enter the $1 million TBT - The Basketball Tournament. Their first matchup will be against Boeheim’s Army, the defending champion and seasoned squad of ballers who largely played at Syracuse University under Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim.
Basketball is one of the most diverse sports on the planet, and the boys from India Rising are living proof! They’re helping to grow the game, as well as representing a passionate group that has long gone unacknowledged in the sport. The team’s leaders join Liem Vu to talk about what’s next for the ascending club and their Canadian connections.
Meet India Rising, an elite #basketball team made entirely of players of Indian descent.
For the FIRST TIME in international sports history, 12 Indian-origin athletes from around the globe will compete in the highest stakes basketball tournament in the world.
In The Lab brought together the most popular basketball influencers in the world to compete for their shot at more than $50k in prizes. Navin Ramharak – In The Lab’s COO – brought the likes of Austin Mills, Jay Jones, Marcelas Howard, Chris Staples, Jenna Bandy, and many others to the event.
Navin Ramharak is the "man behind the curtain" for the global basketball brand In The Lab. But at a certain point, Navin realized the potential to use In The Lab as a vehicle to push the grassroots basketball culture in India forward.
Having started his first business venture at just the age of 16, Canadian entrepreneur Navin Ramharak has been helping startups and brands stand out for over a decade.
Canadian entrepreneur and brand consultant Navin Ramharak has been at the forefront of a new content creation shift that’s impacting global businesses.
As he takes the reigns to help build the foundation ITL, Navin believes it is the mission of the company and the team that drew him to In The Lab.
A first of its kind team, India Rising is one of the 64 teams taking part in The Basketball Tournament (TBT), a single-elimination, eight-region competition currently underway in the United States.
For the first time in international sports history, 12 Indian athletes from around the globe will compete in the highest stakes basketball tournament in the world. India Rising, is fondly nicknamed “The Avengers of Brown Basketball”.
Make no mistake, Indian hoopers exist. And 11 of them have formed a team to bring attention to the game’s growth and serve as role models while competing on national television.
Team 'India Rising', comprising the best brown basketball players from India and of Indian origin, will compete at 'The Basketball Tournament', a global event with a purse of $1 million.
Before it became a reality, Gautam Kapur and Roy Rana had a thought: bring the best Indian-originated basketball players in the world onto the same team for the first time. But how? Enter the platform of The Basketball Tournament, which the two considered just several months ago. Now, a few months after that idea, the two are set to bring the first ever all brown basketball team to ESPN and TBT this summer.