Cavs give back before Game 4

CLEVELAND, OH - Cavaliers players, coaches, front officer personnel, and members of the NBA family gathered at the Boys and Girls Teen Club, housed at East Tech High School on Thursday. It was to dedicate a new NBA Cares Learn and Play Center. 

Interacting with students were Cavs players, James Jones, Derrick Williams, Kay Felder, Channing Frye, Richard Jefferson, as well as the Cavalier Girls, Moondog, Sir C.C., Cavs legend Campy Russell, and others. 

The kids were pretty excited about seeing the superstars up close, as they cut the ribbon on a renovated media room. It's the 1,090th Learn and Play Center created by the NBA. 

As part of the 2017 NBA Finals, the league has funded 60 projects helping students in Oakland and Cleveland.

(Reporting and photos by Ken Robinson/WTAM)

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