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Dribbling for a Cure at UCLA!

Bumped. GO BRUINS. -N

Ben Howland's UCLA men's basketball team and the Bruin Athletic Department have joined forces with UCLA basketball alumnus John Vallely, the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) and Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, for the inaugural "Dribble For The Cure". The event will take place on the UCLA campus at historic Pauley Pavilion on Sunday, Nov. 2, 8:30 a.m.-Noon.

UCLA will be hosting this great event which I encourage all bruins to check out.  There will be booths, excitement, autograph opportunities and more!

This all goes to helping to find the cure for pediatric cancer and the point is to dribble from Pauley Pavilion around a specially designed dribble course, where you are to dribble your own ball, along with collecting pledges for dribbling your heart out!  Prizes will be awarded and fun is sure to be amiss!  I encourage all LA Bruins to join in on this great cause and fun inagural event! =)

Full details are here.

GO BRUINS!

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