NBA Cares Celebrates 10th Anniversary

ABC News' T.J. Holmes catches up with NBA stars giving back to the community.
2:48 | 12/25/15

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We no the NBA for its larger than life players. They don't just give their all on the court but give back off it as well. Part of NBA care, it's now celebrating its tenth anniversary and ABC's T.J. Holmes caught up with NBA greats spreading cheer and some ballhandling tips all for the holidays. Reporter: The jolly old guy in the red suit can wait. Today it's the 6'10" guy with the size 15 shoes, these kids are happy he's paying them a visit. Amar'e Stoudemire, Arron afflalo and hall of famer bob Lanier put on a basketball clinic at the boys and girls club in the south bronx sponsored by NBA cares, a branch of the NBA now in its tenth year. T.j., what's up? Reporter: We sat down with the tall guys to get perspective on what it is to give in a season so often associated with getting. All right, fellas, we know why we're here, we have 40 kids in there excited to see you guys, but what are you getting out of and a vent like this. It's great for us to give back to the community. It's just part of being in the league. Yeah, it's showing appreciation for being a part of NBA family but also, you know, creating inspiration for the kids. Definitely for me being a young guy, you know it wasn't too long ago that I was looking up to people like this, so for me the biggest thing just seeing a smile on the kids' faces. Reporter: NBA cares has grown the past decade and now reaches out to communities around the world. Oh, okay. Reporter: Clinics like the one we saw provide an unforgettable experience for an ecstatic bunch of kids. Come on, now, you are not going to let a news anchor beat you. Have you ever met an NBA player. No. You're meeting three NBA players and a hall of famer. Were you nervous? Yeah. Reporter: And community leaders couldn't be more grateful. This is the south bronx so to know the sports celebs came to the south bronx at boys and girls club and spent times with kids in the afternoon is a wonderful thing to do. No red suits in sight but a slam dunk of giving and holiday cheer. On three. All: One, two, three, NBA cares. Reporter: For "Good morning America," T.J. Holmes, New York. Robin got the one she wanted. Mine. The teams are going to be wearing them today only. Catch a full day of games with the pelicans versus the heat on ESPN and highlighted by a rematch of last year's finals with the Cavs taking on the red hot warriors at 5:00 P.M. Eastern on ABC. What I love and nothing says Christmas than NBA. That says Christmas to us. You know what else says

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