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Documentary captures street ball culture

Updated: September 26, 2012, 7:29 PM ET
By Adena Andrews

With 700 playgrounds, 500,000 players and 8 million stories, New York City is the perfect petri dish for street ball culture to thrive in. The sound of a basketball hitting asphalt is as common as a car horn in the Big Apple.

Amid the grit of the five boroughs, street ballers have been flourishing for decades. Their story is told in "Doin' It in the Park," a documentary co-directed and 100 percent self-funded by Kevin "Ze Frenchmen" Couliau and hip-hop cultural icon Bobbito "Kool ...

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