LL Cool J hosted the annual Jump & Ball Community Camp this past weekend in his hometown of Queens, New York.
More than 200 young athletes from Southeast Queens took part in an event built around leadership skills and team-building exercises. The Harlem Globetrotters dropped by for a special hoops clinic. There was also free food, back-to-school haircuts, school supplies, and music courtesy of LL’s Rock the Bells satellite radio show. The Jump & Ball Community Camp is all about bringing kids ages eight to 18 together to learn skills that will help them on and off the court.
LL launched the Jump and Ball Foundation back in 2005. (QNS.com)
- No disrespect but do eight to 18 year olds even know who LL Cool J is? Or care?
- Imagine getting some pointers from Uncle L when you were coming up. Do you think the other kids at school or in your neighborhood would even believe it really happened?
- There’s a reason LL is loved and respected on the level that he is.