The League

Glass House Brands joins SRGN Studios in Los Angeles for The League Season 2, a basketball league curated by The Surgeon. The Glass House Brands team is led by CEO, Kyle Kazan (USC 87-90) and Marcus Malone (DePaul, Houston 06-08).

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Follow along the season 2 schedule, results, and stats.

Meet The Team


Franklin Session aka “Frank Nitty” / @franknittyy

Franklin “Frank Nitty” Session is an accomplished American professional basketball player, renowned for his standout performances in both domestic and international basketball circuits. Frank Nitty is best known for his many accolades and awards in the Qatar basketball league, winning Player of the Year in 2021, as well as his remarkable four consecutive MVP awards in the Drew League – solidifying his reputation as one of the league’s brightest stars.

Brandon Moss aka “Body Bag” / @bodybag_205

Brandon Moss, also known as “BodyBag,” is a 29-year-old dynamic power forward. Hailing from Bessemer, Alabama, Moss brings a unique blend of versatility and aggression to the game. Standing tall at 6 feet 10 inches, he commands attention on the court, combining his size with exceptional agility to assert his dominance in every match.

Marcus Bell Sr. / @monstar.the.bully

Marcus Bell is a towering force on the basketball court, standing tall at 6 feet 9 inches. Hailing from Modesto, California, Marcus’s skills as a Center are truly remarkable, and he has consistently demonstrated his dominance on the court. He played a season as a Vandal at the University of Idaho before transferring to California State University Stanislaus, with his most recent stint being with The Island Storm in Canada’s NBL.

Ray Young / @rayhyoung3

Ray Young is a seasoned basketball player with a remarkable career as a Point Guard. Standing at an impressive 6 feet 4 inches tall, Ray possesses the physical attributes and veteran knowledge that makes him a force to be reckoned with on the court. His collegiate journey saw him don the blue and gold colors of UCLA from 1998 to 2003. In the NBA, Ray made a mark with the New Orleans Hornets and the Golden State Warriors during the 2004-2005 season, showcasing his prowess at the highest level of the game.

Rodney Blackmon aka “Speedy” / @theofficialspeedy1

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Rodney “Speedy” Blackmon, is a skillful and talented basketball star. During his collegiate years from 2012 to 2014, Speedy showcased his finesse and leadership on the court while representing Eastern New Mexico. Eventually taking his talents overseas, Speedy played in Poland in the 2014-2015 season, where he continued to dazzle as a Point Guard on the international stage.

Tor’i Brooks aka “Bionic Brooks” / @bionicbrooks

Born in Saginaw, Michigan, Tor’i Brooks is a true Renaissance athlete and entrepreneur. With a remarkable career that spans basketball, track & field, and beyond, he stands out as a multifaceted talent. As an international slam dunk champion and former Harlem Globetrotter, Tor’i has wowed audiences worldwide with his athletic prowess. Beyond the court, he’s the visionary founder of Bionic, a dynamic lifestyle, entertainment, and marketing brand, collaborating with the likes of the NBA, Adidas, Puma, and other renowned brands. Tor’i Brooks is not only a master of the game but also a trailblazer in the world of sports and entertainment.

Ty Glover / @ty_g1over

Raised in Pasadena, California, Ty Glover possesses a unique combination of skills, size, and athleticism that makes him a versatile multi-positional player. Glover is known for his relentless energy and unwavering competitive spirit, qualities that set him apart. His basketball journey began as a standout athlete at San Bernardino High School, and he continued to make his mark in stints with the University of Portland, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and finally the University of Texas Tyler.

Roshun Wynne Jr. aka “TheStickUpKidd” / @thestickupkidd

Roshun Wynne Jr is a basketball sensation with roots tracing back to Oakland, where he first began envisioning a future in sports at the tender age of 4. Inspired by legends such as Gary Payton, Allen Iverson, and Michael Jordan, Rodney embarked on a journey that mirrored his idols. His basketball career flourished through high school and college, but it was in the fierce competition of the Drew League that he truly left his mark. In the summer of 2017, he bested world champion Metta World Peace, earning the coveted title of Defensive Player of The Year.