President Obama is Bringing NBA Back for Fundraiser

No NBA. No problem for the POTUS as he is bringing in several NBA stars to play in his Obama Classic fundraiser.

The President of the United States, and quite possibly the NBA’s and basketball’s biggest fan, is bringing some of the biggest names in the sport together for a fundraiser game even though they are all currently locked out.

With the NBA lockout threatening to cancel the entire season, last week, the White House announced that several NBA players have committed to playing in the Obama Classic Basketball Game, scheduled for Monday, Dec. 12th in Washington D.C.

Dwight Howard, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, Ray Allen and Chris Bosh have already committed to playing in the game.
Others expected to play include Baron Davis, Russell Westbrook, Rudy Gay and NBA players union president Derek Fisher.

The venue has not been announced, but the game will raise money for the Obama Victory Fund, which is jointly held by the Democratic National Committee and Obama’s re-election campaign. Tickets, which range from $100 to $5,000 for courtside seats, are not on sale yet, but will made available to the general public.

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