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"Former NBA player Mateen Cleaves poses for a photo with Flint Mayor Karen Weaver and his former coach Michigan State University Basketball coach Tom Izzo before the Hoop 4 Water celebrity basketball game at the Dort Federal Event Center in Flint on Saturday May 21, 2016 put on by former Toronto Raptor player Morris Peterson and Snoop Dogg. Proceeds from the event will go toward the Morris Peterson Jr. Foundation for water relief efforts.", www.freep.com
"(AP) Rapper Snoop Dogg and former Toronto Raptors player Morris Peterson are hosting a celebrity basketball game to help Flint amid the city’s crisis with lead-tainted water.“Hoop 4 Water”is scheduled for Saturday at the Dort Federal Credit Union Ev", www.petoskeynews.com
"The rapper, along with former Toronto Raptors player Morris Peterson, is hosting a celebrity basketball game to help Flint, Mich., amid the city’s crisis with lead-tainted water. “Hoop 4 Water” will be held Saturday at the Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center in Flint. Stunningly, Weis was the highest-paid coach on Notre Dame’s payroll last year — despite being fired as football coach in 2009, according to the South Bend, Ind., university’s most recent IRS documents. Athletic director Jack Swarbrick was paid $1.61 million, men’s basketball coach Mike Brey $970,177 and women’s basketball coach Muffet McGraw $1.38 million.", www.sfgate.com
"(AP) — Former Michigan State star and ex-NBA player Morris Peterson says a celebrity basketball game featuring rapper Snoop Dogg is to 'make people feel good' as Flint deals with a lead-tainted water crisis. The Flint Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1TpwQUc ) that Peterson, a Flint native, said Friday at a news conference that participants 'just want to bring some positive light to the situation.'", www.sfchronicle.com