NBA Stars To Play $200-A-Ticket 'Classic' For Obama's Reelection

Carmelo Anthony

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Just in from the Obama campaign: Nearly three dozen NBA stars will play a ‘Classic’ to support President Barack Obama and the Democratic National Committee.The game will take place in less than a month in Washington — an feature players like Patrick Ewing, Carmelo Anthony, Dikembe Mutombo, Amare Stoudemire, and Doc Rivers.

General admission tickets are $200, premium seats are $500, and courtside seats will set you back $5,000.

Here are the details:

THE FIRST EVER OBAMA CLASSIC BASKETBALL GAME
Please join us in Washington, DC for a game featuring basketball’s greatest super stars in support of the Obama Victory Fund.

Confirmed to play:

Ray Allen – Carmelo Anthony – Chris Bosh – Vince Carter – Tyson Chandler – Jamal Crawford – Kevin Durant – Baron Davis – Patrick Ewing – Derek Fisher – Rudy Gay – Blake Griffin – Tyler Hansbrough – Juwan Howard – Antawn Jamison – Earvin “Magic” Johnson – Dahntay Jones – Brandon Knight – Kevin Love – Jamal Mashburn – Cheryl Miller – Alonzo Mourning – Dikembe Mutombo – Hamady Ndiaye – Chris Paul – Paul Pierce – Quentin Richardson – Doc Rivers – Steve Smith – Jerry Stackhouse – Amare Stoudemire – Tina Thompson – John Wall – Russell Westbrook

More players to be added soon!

What:
The Obama Classic Basketball Game

Where:
Venue To Be Announced
Washington, DC

When:
Monday, December 12, 2011
4:00 PM

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