Boston Celtics veteran point guard Marcus Smart decided he wanted to get things done after basketball put him in a position to do so nearly a decade ago, so the native of Flower Mound started the Young Game Changer organization.
“I started it about nine years ago to help find a cure for cancer and to mentor young people in the city,” Smart said in a recent interview with CLNS Media’s Bobby Manning.
“Really, for me, the goal is just to give families and individuals who are going through a stressful and unfortunate situation … the hope that they are looking for and need at this time,” the prosecution general added. of the Celtics.
Speaking at a Young Game Changer pop-up store event, Smart explained the origin and direction of his organization to CLNS.
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