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Jrue Holiday named a finalist for 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee Bucks guard, Jrue Holiday, is one of five finalists for the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award. According to the NBA, the other four finalists are: Reggie Bullock of the Dallas Mavericks, Jaren Jackson Jr. of the Memphis Grizzlies, Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Fred VanVleet of the Toronto Raptors.
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Memphis’ Jaren Jackson Jr., Dallas’ Reggie Bullock, Milwaukee’s Jrue Holiday, Minnesota’s Karl-Anthony Towns and Toronto’s Fred VanVleet selected as finalists for 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award

NEW YORK, NY - The NBA today announced that Dallas Mavericks guard-forward Reggie Bullock, Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday, Memphis Grizzlies forward-center Jaren Jackson Jr., Minnesota Timberwolves center-forward Karl-Anthony Towns and Toronto Raptors guard Fred VanVleet have been selected as the five finalists for the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award. The five finalists represent the year’s most impactful social justice advocates who are continuing NBA players’ decades-long tradition of activism. The annual award recognizes a current NBA player for pursuing social justice and advancing Abdul-Jabbar’s life mission to engage, empower and drive equality for individuals and groups who have been historically marginalized or systemically disadvantaged.
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Jrue Holiday Breaks Down Stellar Defensive Play In Game 5 Vs. Celtics

The Bucks, and specifically Jrue Holiday, stole a victory away from the Celtics on Wednesday night. An inexcusable Bobby Portis putback with 11.4 seconds left in Game 5 at TD Garden put Boston down by one, but the C’s still had more than enough time to knock down a potential game-winning bucket. A timeout allowed Ime Udoka’s team to not only draw up a play but also advance the basketball.
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Jrue Holiday Snatches Game 5 Away From the Celtics

The Bucks didn’t just win the title—the franchise’s first in 50 years—last season. They also supplied two all-time memorable playoff moments along the way, via Giannis Antetokounmpo’s game-saving block against Deandre Ayton in Game 4 of the NBA Finals …. … and, one game later,...
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