NBA Player Makes A Poetic Exit

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Many retiring athletes announce the end of their careers with a press statement. But 13-year veteran Adonal Foyle left the court his with a poem, “Love Song to a Game.” Foyle reflects on his career on and off the court. The retired center is the founder of Democracy Matters, a non-partisan student organization tasked with counteracting political apathy on college campuses. He also created the Kerosene Lamp Foundation, which serves children in the Caribbean and the U.S.

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