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2009 Charity BasketBowl Challenge - 3/8/09
March 8, 2009
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The 2009 Charity BasketBowl Challenge was at the new Lucky Strike Lanes at L.A. Live.
Eric Gordon and the Clippers spent an afternoon of fun and bowling with some of their biggest fans.
DJ Dense, the emcee of the event, was also on hand for photos and autographs.
DJ Dense and Brian Skinner.
DeAndre Jordan participated in the Strike Out Challenge.
DeAndre Jordan gets ready to bowl with his lucky Clippers bowling ball.
Clippers Head Coach and General Manager Mike Dunleavy with President Andy Roeser.
The fans showed up wearing red, white and blue and ready to bowl.
The bowlers enjoyed their afternoon downtown.
The fans were having a great time.
Al Thornton took a timeout to take a photo with a young bowler.
Ricky Davis and the Clippers went around the bowling alley to meet and greet the fans.
Turns out Assistant Coach Fred Vinson is quite the bowler.
Clippers forward Brian Skinner showed off his bowling skills.
All participants could bid on autographed items in the silent auction.
The first place team John W. Carson Foundation.
Eric Gordon, Brian Seiman and Carmax.
Fred Jones with Ernst and Young.
DeAndre Jordan and Barry's Tickets.
Mardy Collins and John W. Carson Foundation.
Coach Dunleavy and Bank of America.
Baron Davis, Rory White and Union Bank.
Chris Kaman with LA Financial Credit Union.
Alex Acker with Squar Milner.
Assistant Coaches Fred Vinson and Jim Eyen with Sheppard Mullin.
Brian Skinner with PSP Sports.
Mike Taylor with La Fleur Limosine.
Ricky Davis and Johnson Controls.
Steve Novak and Paul Hastings.
Zach Randolph and Assistant Coach Neal Meyer with Gruber and Waldman.
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