August 30 , 2012 After eventful first day, Day 2 of the Basketball without Borders Africa tipped off with a Life skills seminar hosted by the Oklahoma City Thunder four -- Serge Ibaka, Nick Collison, Thabo Sefolosha and Cole Aldrich -- at the King Edward VII School in Johannesburg.

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(June 15 , 2012)
June 15 , 2012
The final day of BWB Asia saw a full house pack into The American School in Japan for the day’s activities which started off with a girls’ clinic. The players and coaches also conducted a clinic for about 80 Special Olympic athletes before the main event commenced. Students, parents, guests and media soaked in the excitement of the All Star game which started out with the white team taking a wide lead before the red team tried to pull it back in the last quarter. The white team proved too much in the end and won, never giving up their lead.

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(May 31 , 2012)
May 31 , 2012
The 2012 schedule for Basketball without Borders (BWB) will feature two first-time locations, in Japan and Russia, and a return to South Africa, it was announced by the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). First held in 2001, Basketball without Borders is the NBA and FIBA’s global basketball development program that uses the sport to create positive social change in the areas of education and health and wellness.

NBA Global Ambassador Dikembe Mutombo, Sam Dalembert (Houston Rockets) and Vladimir Radmanovic (Atlanta Hawks) will tip off the summer with Basketball without Borders Asia in Tokyo, Japan, from June 13 – 16.

The 10th edition of Basketball without Borders Africa will return to Johannesburg, South Africa from Aug 30 – Sept 2, and rounding out the 2012 camp schedule will be another first, with Basketball without Borders Europe in Moscow, Russia, from Sept 13 – 16.

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(September 4 , 2011)
September 4 , 2011
The final day of camp started with a visit to the Apartheid museum in the suburbs of Johannesburg. The museum, which charters the history of Apartheid and the ensuing struggles, welcomed the NBA contingent and provided for an evocative and emotional morning.

Back at the courts, the girls camp ended with an impressive display of basketball with the All-Star game, which set the tone for the boys All-Star game which was up next. The NBA legends and coaches led the two teams which featured representation from 14 countries.

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Mutombo reflects on 10th anniversary of BWB Program