Rolling Loud Founders & Miami Heat Launch Action Week With Basketball Clinic For Kids

The founders of Rolling Loud, the world’s largest hip-hop festival, and the Miami Heat have partnered together to launch Action Week with a basketball clinic for kids. The clinic, which took place on Saturday, August 24th, 2019, was held at the Miami Heat’s AmericanAirlines Arena and was free to all participants.

The event was organized by Rolling Loud co-founders Tariq Cherif and Matthew Zingler, as well as Miami Heat’s Vice President of Community Programs and Engagement, Michael McCullough. The event was created to bring together kids from all walks of life to participate in a day of basketball and fun.

The basketball clinic was designed to teach kids the fundamentals of basketball, as well as the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship. The clinic was led by Miami Heat players, coaches, and staff, who provided instruction and guidance to the kids. The clinic was divided into two age groups, with a group for kids aged 8-12 and a group for kids aged 13-16.

The event was not just about basketball, however. It also included a variety of activities such as a 3-point contest, a dunk contest, and a dance competition. The day concluded with a special performance by Miami Heat’s official DJ, DJ Irie.

Action Week was created to promote the importance of physical activity and healthy lifestyles. The event was part of the Miami Heat’s ongoing commitment to building strong communities and inspiring youth to be active and healthy.

The event was a great success, with over 200 kids in attendance. The kids had a great time and learned valuable lessons about basketball, teamwork, and sportsmanship. The Rolling Loud founders and Miami Heat are proud to have provided this opportunity to the kids of Miami and look forward to continuing to work together to create more events like this in the future.