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Channing Frye on Project Backboard, All-Star Weekend in Cleveland, and the Revitalized Cavaliers

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Retired big-man and 2016 NBA champion Channing Frye has partnered with Mobil 1 and their newly launched Tune Up program and Project Backboard to revitalize the basketball court at Merrick House in Cleveland.

“What the Cavs have done has been amazing. I give a lot of credit to J.B. and I give a lot of credit to the acquisition of Jarrett Allen,” Frye said. Leveraging partnerships, like Frye with Mobil 1 and Project Backboard, to do great work in the community provides that long-lasting impact for people – things that vastly outlive the final buzzer of the All-Star game. “

While winning a championship cemented his place in Cleveland lore, the work done in helping Merrick House ensures Frye truly will be here forever.

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