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NBA Lockout Leads Players To Hit The Court For Charity (SLIDESHOW)

First Posted: 10/27/11 09:55 AM ET   Updated: 10/27/11 10:56 AM ET

The NBA lockout may have put the basketball season on hold, but the players haven't been benched. From Los Angeles to Philadelphia, some of the sport's biggest names continue to hit the court, while raising money for charitable causes.

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Kevin Durant rallied a crew of NBA heavyweights to hit the court in Oklahoma City on Sunday to compete and raise funds for the Single Parents Support Network of Oklahoma City, the Associated Press reports. During halftime, Durant handed over a $100,000 check to the organization, which empowers parents to raise productive and educated kids. "We want to just keep giving our fans the opportunity to see us because if not for the fans, we're not who we are," Chris Paul told the AP.
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