(Cleveland) - A fourth refurbished basketball court within the City of Cleveland was unveiled on Thursday, August 23rd.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and the City of Cleveland hosted a grand opening of the renovated court at Estabrook Recreation Center.
Representatives from the Cavs, including CEO Len Komoroski and President Nic Barlage, were joined by officials from the City of Cleveland, including Mayor Frank Jackson, to officially open the like-new space.
Following a press conference and official ribbon cutting, 50 neighborhood kids who regularly frequent Estabrook and other City of Cleveland rec centers were be treated to a basketball clinic on the new floor with Cavs Academy coaches.
Estabrook is the fourth of 24 recreation center and high school basketball courts that the Cavs have committed to refurbish in partnership with the City of Cleveland.
Already this year, the Cavs and City have unveiled the renovated courts at Cudell Recreation Center, Earle B. Turner Recreation Center and Sterling Recreation Center.
(Photos by Ken Robinson/WTAM)
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