The 12th annual Steve Nash Showdown in Chinatown at Sara. D. Roosevelt Park in New York City. Kicking off in front of thousands of roaring fans, Showdown featured professional soccer players and NBA stars in a soccer exhibition to benefit the Steve Nash Foundation’s programs for underserved children. The twelve edition of NBA Hall of Famer Steve Nash’s popular charity soccer match attended by Futbolr’s Charlie Davies (USA), Stu Holden (Scotland), Giuseppe Rossi (Italy), Steve Nash, Jack Harrison (Leeds United), Gio Reyna (Dortmund), Christian Fuchs (Leicester City), Anthony Borgess (Parkland), Mehdi Ballouchy (NYC FC) and Jeff Mateo (Seton Hall) NBA players Luol Deng, TJ McConnell, Iman Shumpert, Joel Embid, Tobias Harris, Ron “ Metta World Peace” Artest, Emmanuel Mudiay, Larry Nance Jr & RJ Barrett were also in attendance for a great cause.
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Matheau Hall The Mentor
Since the beginning of the academic school year, Hall has decided to volunteer his time at elementary schools across Norfolk, for the simple task of being a positive influence in young kids' lives.
Hall spent time at the after-school (and sometimes before-school) programs at Bayview, Crossroads and Richard Bowling Elementary schools one month at a time, coming three times a week over a three-week span.
All of which he did on his own time while unpaid.
“There shouldn’t be a price for that. It shouldn’t be 'Pay me 100 dollars and I'll teach them,'" Halls said.
He hopes kids see him as more than just a soccer coach. He hopes kids see him as more of a mentor and positive influence than anything else.
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