Since its inception in 2001, Basketball Without Borders has served as a summer camp for young people designed to promote friendship, goodwill and education through sport.
Basketball Without Borders 2004
Program to Encompass Three Continents in 2004
The NBA and the International Basketball Federation will stage Basketball Without Borders on three separate continents.
March 31 news conference: Play
Nenę, Barbosa Bring NBA to Brazil
Brazil natives Nenę (Denver Nuggets) and Leandro Barbosa (Phoenix Suns) will lead a contingent to serve as coaches for Basketball Without Borders Americas, which will take place June 28 to July 3, 2004 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Estrellas de la NBA visitarán Brasil
Basquetebol Sem Fronteiras das Américas ao Brasil
Latinos Unidos Tour 2003
NBA Stars Return to Europe
Jiri Welsch (Boston Celtics), Stanislav Medvedenko (Los Angeles Lakers), Vitaly Potapenko (Seattle SuperSonics) and Former NBA center Gheorghe Muresan will serve as coaches for Basketball Without Borders Europe, July 24-27, 2004 in Treviso, Italy.
Les stars du basket-ball reviennent en Europe
Basketball Stars kehren nach Europa zurück
Africa to Welcome NBA Contingent
Current and former NBA players, including Knicks center Dikembe Mutombo (Congo), and coaching personnel from 10 different NBA teams will serve as coaches for Basketball Without Borders Africa, Sept. 6-10, 2004 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
NBA players to dedicate Dikembe Mutombo Foundation Dormitories
Former Africa 100 Campers attend school in U.S.
Africa 100 Camp 2003
Basketball Without Borders 2003
In the championship game, the Grizzlies, coached by Pau Gasol and Nikoloz Tskitishvili, went out to an early lead over the Spurs and never looked back en route to a 74-57 victory.
Day One | Day Two
Photo Galleries | Player Quotes
Basketball Stars Unite to Promote Leadership
The third annual Basketball Without Borders will take place June 28-July 1 in Treviso, Italy. This year, for the first time, Basketball Without Borders will partner with UNICEF to support education and HIV/AIDS prevention programs with European youth.
Fact Sheet 2003
Basketball Without Borders 2002
'I Hope We Can All Learn'
Fact Sheet 2002
Basketball Without Borders 2001
Pacers Take Inaugural Basketball Without Borders Title
The Pacers, coached by Zan Tabak, upset the Kings 50-48 to win the Basketball Without Borders title game. Prizes were given to all players after the final, and NBA players congratulated the participants for their role in the historic camp, which united 50 kids from the former Yugoslavia.
Day One: Recap | Quotes
Players Conduct Kids' Hoops Clinic
Growing up in Croatia, 14-year-old basketball prospect Arsen Solic had never met a Yugoslavian or Bosnian. Now he can count several as friends, bunkmates and teammates. And the opportunity was all due to Basketball Without Borders in which Sacramento's Vlade Divac and Atlanta's Toni Kukoc led a group of nine NBA players who conducted a basketball camp in Italy for children from the former Yugoslavia.