It’s important to remember where you came from.
In the ninth grade, Andrew Wiggins shattered a backboard at the Dufferin Clark Community Centre with a jam that fans have now come to witness nightly. During his return for NBA All-Star Weekend in his hometown, Wiggins and adidas partnered to give back to the courts and community where his own story began to inspire the next generation of creators.
Andrew greeted fans, thanked them for their support and unveiled updated facilities that feature new hoops and a scoreboard, refurbished benches and equipment, a remodeled youth room and plenty of adidas gear.
The event also featured on-court competitions including free-throw, three-point and slam dunk contests.
The special give back tipped-off a unique, multi-year partnership with Andrew and the Dufferin Clark Community Centre where adidas will supply footwear, uniforms and equipment for youth basketball leagues and a lasting impression for years to come.
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