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NBA Great and TNT Analyst, Kenny “The Jet” Smith and Grammy-nominated recording artist, 2 Chainz talk basketball at the Coors Light Full Court reFRESH event in Chicago. Full Court reFRESH is a program that helps to refurbish community basketball courts in need across the country. (Photo provided courtesy of MillerCoors)

* Kenny Smith returned to Chicago with Coors Light Full Court reFRESH to help refurbish more community basketball courts in Illinois.

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During an event, dubbed, “Four Corners,” Kenny Smith was joined by Chicago basketball legends Dee Brown and Ronnie Fields, Sports journalist and blogger, Bryan Crawford and Grammy-nominated hip-hop recording artist, 2 Chainz.

The group came together to discuss the importance of the availability of sports and related community resources.

Following the discussion, Coors Light presented a donation to the Metropolitan Board of the Chicago Urban League to help enhance basketball courts throughout Illinois.

The courts at Columbus Park on Chicago’s west side, and Victory Park in Urbana Illinois will benefit from the program this year.

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Pictured from L to R: Dee Brown, Bryan Crawford, Kenny “The Jet” Smith, Ronnie Fields and 2 Chainz came together to discuss the importance of sports and community impact in Chicago.

The event was part of Coors Light Full Court reFRESH, a program that helps to refurbish community basketball courts. The court at Columbus Park on the city’s west side is one of the courts to be enhanced this year. (Photo provided courtesy of MillerCoors)

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Coors Light was joined by Dee Brown, Ronnie Fields, Kenny “The Jet” Smith, 2 Chainz and Bryan Crawford to present a donation to the Metropolitan Board of the Chicago Urban League to refurbish basketball courts in Illinois.

The donation is part of Full Court reFRESH, a program that helps to enhance community courts across the country. (Photo provided courtesy of MillerCoors)

Full Court reFRESH is a program that helps to refurbish community basketball courts in need across the country. (Photo provided courtesy of MillerCoors

 

 

 

 

 

 

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