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May 02. 2014 11:48AM

Matt Bonner: Rocking on to make a difference


Former NBA star Matt Bonner speaks to the crowd at the 2nd annual Sam Carey NH-All Star Classic basketball game at Manchester Central High School in this file photo. 


Matt Bonner remembers the slab of asphalt with two hoops and lights as the “it” court in Concord, N.H. The “it” court in White Park is where Matt and brother Luke played pickup games in their youth. The “it” court is where their father, 6-foot-7 inch Dave, banged around in his day, where generations of kids before him swooped and dunked beneath the gaze of friends at the top of the hill.


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