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SBD Global/August 21, 2012/Events and Attractions
London Will Celebrate The End Of Its '100 Days Of Summer' With A Free Festival
Published August 21, 2012
THE PLACE TO BE: The NBA revealed that 53,000 fans attended NBA House, the interactive free fan experience and hospitality venue, that was held at Covent Garden's Jubilee Hall in London from Aug. 3-12. Along with appearances by two-time NBA Champion Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat, Hall of Famer David Robinson, and many other NBA legends, NBA House featured 14 clinics and skills sessions, including NBA Cares programming. The sessions focused on team work, leadership and healthy living. The NBA Cares events included former NBA players Bruce Bowen, John Amaechi, Robert Horry and Sam Perkins interacting with fans and children (NBA).