Richmond High charity game to feature professional and college players

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Former Richmond High basketball stars Wendell McKines and Eli Holman are holding a charity basketball game featuring pros, college players.
Former Richmond High basketball stars have assembled a group of pros and college players to play in a charity game to benefit the Oilers basketball program Saturday.

Former Richmond High basketball stars Wendell McKines and Eli Holman are holding a charity basketball game on Saturday to benefit their alma mater.

The game promises to be a high-flying affair, with both teams comprising of athletes who play professionally overseas (like McKines and Holman), in college or in the NBA D-League, according to Paul Gackle of the Gackle Report.

Gackle offered a fantastic post about the event that includes the team rosters (see below). We encourage you to read the article.

Tickets are $5 and benefit the Oilers basketball program.

The charity game is partly a tribute and thank you to Oilers athletic director Rob Collins, who coached Holmes and McKines at RHS, according to Gackle.

An event flyer (see below the rosters) indicates the charity game will also feature a halftime concert.

Former Richmond High basketball stars Wendell McKines and Eli Holman are holding a charity basketball game featuring pros, college players.
Credit: The Gackle Report

Former Richmond High basketball stars Wendell McKines and Eli Holman are holding a charity basketball game featuring pros, college players.

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