After taking part in a charity flag football game last weekend in Atlanta, rubbing elbows with rapper Quavo and multiple NFL stars, Redskins cornerback Josh Norman had his own celebrity event to host this past Saturday.
Back in Greenwood, S.C., Norman’s hometown, he celebrated his annual Starz24 basketball game with a variety of NFL players in front of hundreds of local kids that filled the Finis Horne Arena at Lander University.
The game, which featured legendary streetballer Larry Williams, known as the “Bone Collector,” along with Falcons defensive end Vic Beasley, Panthers defensive lineman Kawann Short (Panthers) and Bills safety Jordan Poyer, was superhero-themed.
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The legendary Bone Collector picking up a foul against Vic Beasley at Josh Norman’s annual celebrity basketball game. pic.twitter.com/xR4QzRLLA1
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“The 2018 Starz celebrity basketball game encourages all attendees to come as their favorite superhero in hopes that this event challenges the community to channel their inner crusader and to dream the unimaginable,” read the event’s release, as covered by the Index-Journal.