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Allen Iverson stars in "Ballin' Again." In this behind-the-scenes teaser, watch Iverson training with his high school coach in preparation of his BIG3 debut on June 25th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. 

Thanks to Rashard Lewis, a lot of kids around the country this summer will have a chance to see BIG3 games ... for free.

Lewis, player/captain of the 3-Headed Monsters, announced today that he will pay for the ticket of any child (13 or younger) who is accompanied by a paying adult attending games at any of the BIG3’s 10 venues this summer. Lewis made the announcement in a story he wrote for Huffington Post. He explained why it is so important for him to both give kids this opportunity and to reward good role models.

“We would like to commend the Olympics for making 3-on-3 basketball, the most played sport in the world, an official Olympic sport starting at Tokyo 2020. We have worked tirelessly for the last two years to get the most loved game in the world played by some of the most skilled, brilliant players in the world broadcast on a professionally recognized stage. This announcement by the International Olympic Committee comes at a perfect time, with the BIG3 10-game season tipping off in less than three weeks on June 25 Barclays Center in Brooklyn. This decision reconfirms our gut instinct that 3-on-3 basketball is what sports and entertainment fans want to see. We are grateful to FOX Sports and FS1 for believing in this idea early and that fans who are unable to attend the games will be able to watch from home and online.”  


BIG3 games will air on FOX Sports FS1 and tickets can be purchased at



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