Trevor Ariza stopped by to have a chat with Eve Anthony and spoke about how excited he was for the event, the importance of having such an event amidst all the current political chaos and touched lightly on republican candidate Donald Trump.
Trevor Ariza At His Celebrity Basketball Game
NBA Houston Rocket star Trevor Ariza invited Entertainment Scoop down to his 2nd annual AEGA Celebrity basketball game at the Taft high school in Los Angeles in honor of his youth centric non profit organization to honour young student athletes as well as give back to his native Los Angeles.
Trevor Ariza started off his career in 2004 when he was drafted by the Knicks and became the second youngest rookie in the Knicks history to play in 80 games. Since then he has gone on to play for Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers, a first stint with the Houston Rockets, New Orleans Hornets, Washington Wizards and his second stint with Houston from 2014 to present.
Ariza started the ‘Ariza Elevated Game Awards’ and became the first of its kind “A high school awards ceremony on a national level that celebrates and honours top senior student athletes for the pain, the struggle, and the triumph they have experienced and achieved”. Ariza’s message is one of inspiration and the non-profit organization is a testament to his belief that it is extremely important to inspire and motivate the youth. Entertainment Scoops host Eve Anthony was on the red carpet for the celebrity basketball game, which saw Team Ariza take on Team Hamilton (Kenny Hamilton).
Trevor Ariza took a moment to talk about the recent spates of police brutality and how these incidents affect how he raises his children. The event is now in its second year and Ariza is confident the event will go on for years to come.
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