China Rumors

Clarkson has also expanded his support for the youth in the Philippines—his biological mother, Annette, is half Filipino—and grown his basketball camps to four locations this past summer: in Beijing, China; Surabaya, Indonesia; Taguig, Philippines; and Corona, Calif., where he partnered with the local Boys & Girls Club. For each of his camps, which cater to ages 8-17 and emphasize skills development and positive reinforcement, he sponsors a significant number of children who are unable to attend due to economic hardship. “I love doing the basketball camps, especially for all the little kids—just trying to give them experience that I have had,” he said.
23 hours ago via NBPA
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Former NBA player Stephon Marbury, who now plays in China, has released Starbury Elite sneakers with soles that light up at the touch of an iPhone app and flash as they detect the beats to music. “It took me a lot of time and a lot of work,” Marbury said in a video of the seven months spent to complete the project. “We put the work in. We did everything that we needed to do for the technology before we brought it to America so that everyone would be able to use their phone to control the lights and play music.”
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