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Hoopin 4 Tots 

An Atlanta Media Partners Event

Hoopin 4 Tots is an annual celebrity basketball game produced by Atlanta Media Partners. In it's 5 years, the Hoopin 4 Tots Celebrity Basketball Game is a celebrity-filled day of fun put together by NBA Alumni and Founder of NPO Future Superstars Academy - Kiwane Garris, The Riverside Epic Center and Atlanta Media Partners. Children of all ages are invited out for a day filled with family fun games (video and arcade games, pool, air hockey, rock climbing, bowling, etc.) free food, toy giveaways, and the chance to witness a celebrity-filled basketball game and halftime show first hand. Game host have included Love & Hip Hop Atlanta/Flavor Flav's 'Flavor of Love's own Shay Johnson, Rapper Yung Joc and actor Jermel Howardast from 'Orange Is the New Black'. Celebrity teams have included RL of Next, Stalley, D'Vante Black, Blue of The Bad Girls Club, Ralo, Ms. Baskteball, Drumma Boy, Kiwane Garris, Blue Kimble, Mykko Montana, Reec, Bobby Valentino, Stevie Baggs, and Donald Little just to name a few. H4Ts performances have included Sammie,  The Diamond Divas, Kissie Lee, Robert Ernest,  and rapper Issa. The celebrity team coaches have included Kelly Price, Micheal Keith, Drea Kelly, Bone Crusher, Bo Talley, Kelsey Nykole, Syleena Johnson, Meelah, Chantia Foster, Janet Jackson and Valaria. Hoopin 4 Tots is a day of fun that entertains both adults and kids alike, all while raising funds to help the youth of Atlanta. Toys are donated to Toys 4 Tots as well as the children attending the event!

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2014 Hoopin For Tots
2014 Hoopin For Tots
Hoopin 4 Tots Toy Give Away
Kiwane Garris focused
Hoopin 4 Tots Founder Aisha Albritto
Hoopin 4 Tots Press
Hoopin 4 Tots Guest
Hoopin 4 Tots
Hoopin 4 Tots Player Reece
Black Squad
Doing what Reece does best
Bobby V interviewing at game
more interviews
Chanita Foster
Hoop For Tots Flyer
h4tf flyer
Host JOC
White team Coach Syleena Johnson
Players Stalley and D'vante Black
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