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Brooklyn Nets set to partner with Christopher Wallace Foundation to help kids

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The Brooklyn Nets are teaming up with the Christopher Wallace Foundation on two exclusive merchandise items inspired by Biggie’s classic “wonder why Christmas missed us” line.

All proceeds from the sales of the items will be provided for underprivileged children in Brooklyn with holiday gifts. There will be a holiday party for the kids where they’ll receive gifts, holiday meals and more.

From the Brooklyn Nets official press release...

Taking inspiration from an iconic Notorious B.I.G. lyric, “wonder why Christmas missed us,” from his celebrated song, “Juicy,” the Nets will sell exclusive merchandise items at netsstore.com/Biggie, that feature the classic line. Proceeds from the merchandise sales will go the Brooklyn Nets Foundation and the Christopher Wallace Foundation to fund holiday gifts for children in the borough. Click here for photos of the items.

The items will be available online starting today, Dec. 8. The program will culminate with a holiday party at Barclays Center on Monday, Dec. 18, during which local children will receive gifts.

The Brooklyn Nets Foundation is committed to making a positive impact in the New York community by providing effective initiatives and programs for kids and families that focus on Education, Health & Wellness, Athletics and Community Development.

Spread love, it’s the Brooklyn way.