Bo Outlaw in South Africa for NBA’s ‘Basketball Without Borders’ program

Former Jay standout Bo Outlaw and five other former NBA players are in Johannesburg, South Africa, this weekend to participate in the league’s Basketball Without Borders program.

Outlaw and his group aiming to use sports to help promote social change.

Others who are on the trip include Dikembe Mutombo, Patrick Ewing, Jeff Hornacek, Alonzo Mourning and Dee Brown.

Outlaw had a 14-year career in the NBA that ended when he retired as a member of the Orlando Magic in 2008. He now works as a community ambassador for the Magic in the Central Florida area.

Considering his keen interest in charitable activities and community involvement, it’s no surprise that the NBA chose Outlaw to be a part of this worthwhile project.

He’s the ideal ambassador on this one, as well.  

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