Highlights: 2015 Dolphin Classic Basketball Slam Dunk Contest

Every summer some of Canada’s top basketball players get together to play in Richmond, BC at one of the top street ball tournaments in North America. That tournament is the Dolphin Classic. Started almost 30 years ago (1986) by founders Bira Bindra, TJ Johal, Bruce Watson, Tony Wong-Hen, Garth Robertson, all of whom are Steveston High School graduates, the tournament has become one of the most entertaining and elite which features the 3 point and high flying slam dunk contest.

Surrey 604’s Sukh Johal had court side seats for the slam dunk contest bringing you all the sights and the sounds from the black top including Comedian and Master of Ceremonies Hollywood Harv. The contest featured athletes combining skill and creativity for a dynamic show of high flying, reverse, 360, between the legs, tomahawk jams and more!


The finals featured Robie Sihota and Emerson Murray facing off with a surprise finish which makes this slam dunk highlight reel so special. Get close and be a part of the action right here with Surrey604.

Sukh Johal
With a background in sales, security and real estate development, Sukh is a political strategist excelling in community organizing, fundraising and civic affairs. He enjoys performing and has appeared as a background performer in Hollywood productions. Sukh grew up on the tough streets of Dunoon, Scotland before moving to Canada at age 10 and brings a unique perspective to Surrey604. He speaks his mind, and believes social media can be a force for good. Sukh has been a control agent for President Obama’s Inaugural Celebration team in Washington DC and spoke on interfaith affairs at the White House. A member of the Surrey Board of Trade’s International Trade Team and Vancouver Board of Trade’s Company of Young Professionals, Sukh is also past President and current VP Public Relations of Surrey Civic Speechmeisters Toastmasters Club at City Hall and VP of the Multifaith Action Society of BC, an interfaith organization promoting grassroots diplomacy, cooperation and goodwill.