NBA players’ bodies take a beating. They jump and come crashing down to the court on average up to 70 times per game.
The New York City-based criminal justice reform nonprofit Avenues for Justice has received a grant from the NBA Foundation.
The project was led through the Orlando Magic center’s philanthropic imprint, the Mo Bamba Foundation. Construction for the state-of-the-art basketball courts started in April. The sports facility will serve over 200 children daily.
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