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    gramatically correct?

    In some of the most popular NBA commericals lately I have seen some sentences and wondered if they were gramatically correct. In the NBA commericals "where amazing happens" they replace the word "amazing" with other words as seen here.. YouTube - NBA Where Amazing Happens Houston Rockets
    . The two sentences i'm questioning are : "where streetlegends happens." and "where champions happens." Are these gramatically correct? Should the "happens" be pluralized?
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    Re: gramatically correct?

    Where street legends happens
    Where champions happens

    The template is Where <something/it> happens.

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