#CourtsideStories with Connor Sports: Connor Sports Cares

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At Connor Sports, we believe in building champions on and off the court. And one of our own Technical Supervisors is following through with that mission by bringing the hopes of a kid with cancer, who needs a bone marrow transplant, to the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Grenada, Spain. 

Kaden, a kid from Missouri is in need of a bone marrow transplant. With over $60,000 expected to come out of his parents pockets to pay for the tranplant, the family went into fundraising mode. Their campaign, sell t-shirts and ask people to wear them around the world to show Kaden support while he waited.  Everyone was showing the kid that the love and support for him was coming in from all over the country...and now all over the world. 

Eric donned his shirt after installing the Granada World Cup court, with the court graphics in the background to send to his cousin to know that even on the other side of the planet, while installing courts for the World Cup, he is not forgotten and the love and support is continuing to flow. 

Read more Connor Sports Cares stories at www.connorsportscares.com  If you'd like to learn more about Kaden you can check out Team Kaden “Third Time’s A Charm” support page.    


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