Teen Cancer America 2017 Hoop-A-Thon Challenge

$36,949 Total Raised

Join Teen Cancer America Ambassador and Duke Basketball Special Assistant, Nolan Smith, and friends (current and former NCAA and NBA players) to help raise money for a brand new Teen Cancer America treatment facility.

Hoop-a-Thon participants will compete to see who can score the most points and raise the most funds for Teen Cancer America! Each participant will be a part of a team or build a team of up to 25 participants, which will be led by special guest coaches, including college and NBA players. Each participant will have four (4) minutes to shoot from both the two-point and three-point areas on the court to score as many points as possible.

Family and friends pledge a donation per point or make a one-time flat donation through participantʼs “Pledge It” fundraising page. Come join Teen Cancer America, show off your basketball skills, and help us build our next state-of-the-art treatment facility! To learn more about Teen Cancer America, visit teencanceramerica.org.

The following players and coaches are involved with the Hoop-a-Thon: Duke’s Quinn Cook, N.C. State’s T.J. Warren, North Carolina’s Brice Johnson, Raymond Felton, P.J. Hairston Phil Ford. Darius Johnson-Odom, N.C. Central head coach LeVelle Moton, Duke assistant coaches Jon Scheyer, Nate James and Jeff Capel. Current members of the Blue Devils team are also among the list of coaches who will help with the event.

Sign up and launch your fundraising campaign by clicking on the below Create Your Campaign button!

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