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EIN PRESSWIRE: Oscar Winner Jamie Foxx, Streetballer "Sik Wit It" and Hoops Prodigy Jaliyah Manuel Compete in Celebrity Basketball Jam
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LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, December 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Roll Out Show, Q4 Sports and HMG present the first annual "Celebrity Basketball Jam and Foxxhole Reunion," on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. at Expo Center (right next to the Coliseum off of Martin Luther King), 3980 Bill Robertson Lane, Los Angeles, CA. 90037. The star-studded basketball competition, powered by Q4 Sports, features a showdown between "Team HMG" and "Team Roll Out Show." The confirmed celebrity line up includes Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx, 8-year-old basketball sensation Jaliyah Manuel dubbed as “the next Steph Curry” by fans, worldwide streetballer Robin "The Real Sik Wit it," Kennedy, Jr., Rashid “Seven and Sum Change” Byrd," one of the best shot blockers in the world, NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens, Actor Omar Gooding (Family Time), Actor/Singer Darius McCary, Comic Pierre, reality TV star Laura Govan (Basketball Wives), and more.
Team HMG Coaches - Awarding-winning entertainer Ricky Bell (Bell Biv DeVoe and New Edition) and Actor/Comedian Flex Alexander (ONE ON ONE). Team Roll Out Show Coaches - Speedy, Steven Russell (Troop) and Assistant Coach (Blu Mitchell). The event includes the long-awaited Foxxhole Reunion of Speedy, Zo Williams, Johnny Mack, Lewis Dix and TDP. Hosted by The Roll Out Show/Roll Out Studios, the laughs are sure to be endless. "There will be an opportunity to win up to $500 in the shootout games," said Speedy, the host and one of the executive producers of "The Roll Out Show."
The afternoon of fun will benefit My Friend's House Foundation with the distribution of shoes to the disadvantaged and homeless in downtown Los Angeles.
"Q4's collaboration with The Roll-Out Show and HMG Group is the start of something amazing. Being that we are a Los Angeles, performance-based footwear company, we are always looking for opportunities to give back to the local community," said Quintin ‘Q’ Williams, Q4 Sports global design officer and co-founder. "All the proceeds from our celebrity game will be distributed to local kids in need of shoes to remain active and fit with the help of My Friend's House Foundation, a Los Angeles-based organization."