Hornets Honor Purple Heart Recipients

As part of their Commitment to Service, the Charlotte Hornets honored the Military Order of the Purple Heart and 13 Purple Heat recipients. The team was named the first NBA Purple Heart Team. Watch now | Photos

NBA Tips Off Commitment to Service at City Harvest

The NBA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin E. Dempsey, PlayStation, the Brooklyn Nets and Fort Hamilton troops teamed up at City Harvest in Long Island City. Watch now | Photo Gallery

Thunder, Local Military Support Troops Overseas

Oklahoma City Thunder players Mitch McGary, Grant Jerrett and Lance Thomas joined Thunder staff and local military at The Hugs Project to put together care packages for those serving overseas. Watch | Read more

NBA Cares, PlayStation Team Up For Commitment to Service

NBA Cares and PlayStation have teamed up to support members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families through a shared Commitment to Service! Read more | Tell Us: #HowDoYouServe Your Community?
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Players

Bernard James and his father discuss Bernard's journey from the Air Force to the NBA. James talks about how his experiences serving in the military helped to prepare him for life in the NBA.

Teams

The Miami HEAT players and coaching staff visited Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to spend time with wounded service men and women.

NBA Family

NBA Cares Ambassador Bob Delaney is a former NBA official and New Jersey state trooper who educates military around the world on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the impact it has our troops, their family and friends.