You can find Pee Wee Kirkland’s name among a select class of legendary Harlem figures—the former street ball player is known as much for his genuine, straightforward demeanor as his skills on the basketball court. For this segment, the OG sits atop a park bench, doubling as a sort of street throne, in the infamous Uptown proving grounds of Rucker Park, where he kicks some wisdom alongside Rucker’s commissioner, Bob McCullough, and addresses the new generation of Harlem stars: The members of A$AP Mob.