Jordan Bell has partnered with Race to Erase MS for the 1st Annual Jordan Bell Celebrity Basketball Game.

The charity event will take place on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at Long Beach State University. Funding research is the core focus of Jordan’s foundation. All funds raised from the game will go directly to Race to Erase MS and its Center without Walls program, a unique collaboration of the world’s leading MS scientists on the cutting-edge of innovative research and therapeutic approaches to treat MS. In addition to combating MS through clinical research, the foundation hopes to increase awareness by educating the public about this disease.

Confirmed players and participants include Snoop Dogg, Swaggy P, The Game, Austin J. Mills, BDot, Brittany Lucio, Brittney Elena, Cappie Pondexter, Christon Staples, Dax, DMo, Don Benjamin, Famous Los, Kida the Great, Marcelas Howard, Max is Nice, P-Lo, Ros Gold-Onwude, Tristan Jass, and Vince Staples.

“I’m so excited to partner with Race to Erase MS for my first annual Celebrity Basketball Game,” said Jordan Bell. “Being able to combine my love for basketball with supporting a cause that is near and dear to my heart means a lot to me and my family. I encourage the Long Beach community and surrounding areas to come out and bring the family to support the cause!”

“We are so thrilled that Jordan Bell has chosen Race to Erase MS as the benefactor of his first annual charity game. We are incredibly grateful for his support and are looking forward to working together to help spread awareness about this life altering disease,” said Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis.

To purchase tickets for the event, please click here.

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