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NBA All-Star Week Takes Time for Tech

While a love of sports is one of the NBA’s biggest components, the league’s interest in technology is quickly gaining steam. It's evident from their introduction of motion-capture cameras a few years ago, which detailed player's statistical information, and it will be even further enforced today as many gather for

Victor Oladipo Dunks on Cancer

Victor Oladipo: Dunk Cancer Initiative during NBA All-Star Weekend.

ORLANDO – Magic guard Victor Oladipo is aiming to not only attack the basketball hoop with dunks during All-Star Weekend, but he is hoping to hit cancer just as hard. At noon EST today, Oladipo kicked-off a 72-hour long social media campaign and announced his partnership with Dunk Cancer, a non-profit organization

Taste of NFL’s Party with a Purpose Tackles Hunger

—Phoenix, Arizona All season 32 NFL teams strive toward one goal: the opportunity to represent their city at the Super Bowl. On the other end of the field, the Taste of NFL also works hard year-round combating hunger in each of those cities through online campaigns and fundraisers. The two events

Robin Williams Legacy Includes Support of Disabled Athletes

Robin Williams' sudden death shocked the nation. His resume included renowned actor, comedian, producer and screenwriter. The Chicago native made his career debut with the 1980 film "Popeye," and later left a memorable mark with his role in the comedy/drama "Dead Poets Society" (1989), Walt Disney's "Aladdin" (1992), "Mrs.

Andray Blatche and Other Celebrities Give Back in Jamaica

The 13th annual RuJohn Foundation’s Annual Celebrity Sports Camp, sponsored by Wata, united renowned athletes, actors and celebrities alike with students from local secondary schools in Kingston, Jamaica. Students exercised their basketball skills with the Brooklyn Nets’ Andray Blatche and improvised with Robert Ri'Chard from Coach Carter and Jaleel White,