Dominique Wilkins joins Steve Kerr for Allstate, NABC for special Olympics event


wilkins-kerrLegendary forward and NBA Hall-of-Famer Dominique Wilkins joined members of the 2013 Allstate NABC Good Works Team, comprised of men’s college basketball student-athletes recognized for their community service efforts, to host a special basketball clinic for more than 80 youth from Special Olympics Georgia on April 8.

The clinic took place in the Atlantic Station neighborhood on a pop-up court near the site of this year’s Final Four events in Atlanta.

Wilkins, along with retired NBA player and announcer Steve Kerr and several collegiate players, helped coach over 75 Special Olympics participants through various basketball drills and activities.

Dominique Wilkins played 15 years in the NBA, earned his spot on the All-Star team 9 times.

He holds career averages of 24.8 ppg, 6.7 rpg and 35.5 mpg in 1074 (started 995) NBA games.

He scored 26668 points in his career, playing for Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, San Antonio Spurs and Orlando Magic.

Kerr played 15 years in the NBA, winning 5 NBA titles – 3 with Chicago Bulls (96-97-98) and two with San Antonio Spurs (99, 03).

During his play days, Kerr was considered one of the best three point shooters in the NBA. He led the league in 3-point shooting percentage.

He played in 910 NBA games (30 started), averaging 6.0 ppg in 17.8 minutes per game.

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