Basketball Without Borders To Have N.Y. Camp During All-Star November 21 , 2014 The camp will be held Feb. 13-15 at Baruch College and feature the top 40 players born in 1997 from Africa, the Americas, Asia/Pacific and Europe. They will work with NBA, WNBA, and international players and coaches.

Basketball without Borders camps, run by the NBA and basketball governing body FIBA, began in 2001 and have been held in 19 countries on five continents. There have been 33 campers who went on to be drafted by NBA teams.

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(August 10 , 2014)
August 10 , 2014


Basketball without Borders Africa 2014 came to a conclusion on day four when the campers and players headed to the Wembley Stadium in downtown Johannesburg. Prior to this, the last round of games took place at the American International School to determine who would play in the Championship game later hat afternoon. For Toronto Raptors’ Dwane Casey the camp was a great personal and professional journey.

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(August 8 , 2014)
August 8 , 2014

The third day of the Basketball without Borders Africa camp started off with a life skills seminar on the courts of the American International School. NBA players Bismack Biyombo and Roger Mason Jr. along with the Hoops 4 Hope facilitators spent an hour participating in various team building exercises and spoke about the values of team work and leadership.

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(August 6 , 2014)
Photos: BWB Africa Day 2
August 6 , 2014
Tatum Announces Johannesburg Game at BWB Day 1 (August 6 , 2014)
August 6 , 2014
The 12th edition of Basketball without Borders Africa, the NBA and FIBA's global basketball development and social responsibility program, officially tipped off Tuesday with a huge announcement.
(August 5 , 2014)
Video: BWB Africa Memories
August 5 , 2014
Participants Announced For BWB Africa 2014 (July 29 , 2014)
July 29 , 2014
The top young basketball talent from 20 African countries have been named ahead of the 12th edition of Basketball without Borders (BWB) Africa, the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) have announced.

BWB is the NBA and FIBA’s global basketball development program that uses the sport to create positive social change in the areas of education, health and wellness, and will once again be held in Johannesburg from Aug. 5 – 8, 2014.

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Look Back On BWB Asia 2014! (June 24 , 2014)
June 24 , 2014
After a surfeit of pull-ups and post moves, blocks and breakaway layups, the Red team was crowned the champion of the BWB Asia 2014 All-Star Game, after four days in Taipeie. China’s Bai Haotian, who carried the Red squad throughout the contest, was named All-Star MVP, while Iran’s Mohammad Yousof Vand and Japan’s Ryogo Sumino were selected as Co-Camp MVPs.

Look back on the whole event right here!
(June 13 , 2014)
BWB Asia Opens In Taipei
June 13 , 2014


The first day of Basketball Without Borders Asia is in the books!

Held for the first time ever in Taiwan, the camp brought together the top 50 players born in 1996 or 1997 from more than 20 Asian and Oceanic countries.

John Salmons (Toronto Raptors), Ronny Turiaf (Minnesota Timberwolves) and Cody Zeller (Charlotte Bobcats) will participate. Eight-time NBA All-Star Yao Ming will make a one-day appearance.
BWB Asia Participants Unite 48 Players From 17 Countries (June 18 , 2014)
June 18 , 2014
Click here for the full list of campers at the 2014 Basketball Without Borders event in Taipei, Taiwan!
(June 13 , 2014)
BWB Asia: Re-Live The Ronny Turiaf Dance-Off
June 13 , 2014


BWB Europe Wraps Up In Rome (June 13 , 2014)
June 13 , 2014
BWB Europe 2014 wrapped up Saturday at the Stella Azzurra Basketball Academy in Rome. The 50 best young basketball players from across Europe had been put through their paces over the last four days learning from some of the best the game has to offer. From meeting and interacting with players from other countries to visiting the sites of Rome, it was a truly unforgettable experience.

The day was highlighted by the All-Star game that featured the top 20 campers, as selected by the NBA coaches. The White Team was coached by Ron Adams, Brian Hill, Patrick Hunt, Gigi Datome, Brandon Knight, and Vladimir Radmanovic. The Blue Team was coached by Darvin Ham, Andrea Bargnani, Al Horford, Danilo Gallinari, Melvin Hunt, and Hanno Mottola.

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