Just days after suffering a seizure, Chris Brown showed off his skills at a charity basketball game against the LAPD Sunday in Los Angeles.
E! News reports the 24-year-old singer joined in on the game held at the Alain Leroy Locke Charter Prep Academy gym, which was sponsored in part by Chris Brown's charity, Symphonic Love, and Second Call, an anti-violence organization.
"This is just one way he decided to give back to the community with a free basketball game. He is really into giving back to the community. All of south L.A. He has given away basketball shoes and done other events," Skipp Townsend of Second Call told the website.
The charity match comes just three days after Brown suffered a seizure while at a Hollywood recording studio early Friday morning. A rep for Brown confirmed the news, calling the seizure "nonepileptic" and blaming Brown's health scare on "intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity."