Washington Post reporter Michael Lee writes today that coming on the tail of Goodman-Drew I and MELO League, another star-studded game is in the making for this coming weekend.
This game, put together in less than a week, is the brainchild of Hanif Hill, a man who has trained a number of NBA players. Hill brought on Goodman League commissioner Miles Rawls to act as the game's commissioner, and no doubt Rawls will bring his usual flair. According to the report, Hill trained Kevin Durant at the Boys and Girls Club in D.C. and Durant was one of the first players to sign on for Saturday's game. With Durant leading the way, a number of other players followed. Here are some of the pertinent details:
Clash of the Superstars
When: Saturday, September 17, 3PM EST
Where: Calvin Coolidge High School, 6315 5th St NW, Washington, DC 20011
How Much: Tickets sold at door only; $30 general, $20 children, $100 floor seats, $50 balcony seats
All proceeds will go to the Boys & Girls Club 10, the Calomiris YMCA, National Capital YMCA, and Capital Elite Academy.