MAKING HOOPEE WITH STEVIE WONDER
Stevie Wonder Hoops it Up at Son's Kailand Obasi Hoop-Life Friendraiser To Benefit All It Takes This Unique Charity Basketball Tournament Brings Together Some of LA's Most Earnest and Talented Young Athletes Everyone was having a ball, a basketball that is AT Kailand Obasi Morris, Youth Ambassador for All it Takes, along with his parents Stevland Morris (Stevie Wonder) and Kai Milla and All it Takes at the 3rd Annual Kailand Obasi Hoop-Life Youth Basketball Tournament and FriendRaiser on August 30, 2015. Four teams of 13-15 year old players will make up this tournament, with one team being Kailand and his selected teammates. The other three teams invited from community-based organizations, like the Frogg All-Stars. Professional athletes, coaches, and celebrities coaching the four teams, with a halftime performance. DJ Prophet is confirmed to perform throughout the event. All it Takes was co-founded in 2010 by Lori Woodley and her daughter, acclaimed actress Shailene Woodley, as a conduit to create powerful, measurable, and meaningful change for youth in the L.A. area and beyond. When asked by Shalilene wasn’t there, Lori replied: I go to all her events, but she rarely has time now to come to mine.” Please visit http://www.allittakes.org/-!hoop-life/c78r Guests included: Beauty-full in black, Angela Bassett, WNBA Chantelle Anderson , Travis Barker, Brandi Maxwell, , L.A. Laker’s Head Coach Byron Scott, L.A. Lakers Nick Young and Roy Hibbert, L.A. Clippers Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, and ESPN Commentator Mark Jackson., and producer/director Arne List WHAT: The 3rd Annual Hoop-Life Youth Basketball Tournament and FriendRaiser will benefit All it Takes. This unique charity basketball tournament brings together some of LA’s most earnest and talented young athletes ages 13-15 and will consist of a four-team basketball tournament, with a playoff game to determine the champion.