Basketball without Borders
Basketball without Borders (BWB) is the NBA and FIBA’s global basketball development and community outreach program that unites young basketball players to promote the sport and encourage positive social change in the areas of education, health, and wellness. BWB has been staged in eleven countries and territories on five continents since the inaugural camp in 2001. The program has featured 350 NBA players, coaches and team personnel from 30 different teams as camp coaches and mentors for over 1,500 young athletes from more than 100 countries and territories.

During BWB, the top youth players 19 and under from Asia, Latin America and Africa, as selected by the NBA, FIBA and participating federations, train under NBA players and coaches and compete against their peers.
Since its inaugural year in 2001, 24 BWB camps have taken place in 13 cities and 11 countries on five continents. In 2010, BWB took place in Singapore, Senegal and Barcelona, Spain. Learn more.
Community Outreach
BWB has reached countless others through its community relations outreach efforts in each region. Efforts culminate with an NBA Cares Legacy Project, which includes the creation of safe places where kids and families can live, learn or play.
PLAYER OUTREACH
Derrick Rose - Guard
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Derrick Rose - Guard
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