WHITE MEN CAN JUMP; US SEC. OF EDUCATION ARNE DUNCAN DOMINATES NBA ALL-STAR CELEBRITY GAME

US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan

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“Arne Duncan,ou better known in many circles as the Secretary of Education, may be a bit old for a future in the NBA.

But his performance in the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game has left many half wondering if a team shouldn’t pick him up. Duncan, who played college basketball at Harvard, had 20 points and 11 rebounds. It was a good enough game that when Kevin Hart was given the MVP award, he immediately handed it to Duncan.

Kevin Hart, the fan voted MVP, gives US Sectretary of Education Arne Duncan  the MVP Trophy, says he is the "true MVP" of the 2014 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game
Kevin Hart, the fan voted MVP, gives US Sectretary of Education Arne Duncan the MVP Trophy, says he is the “true MVP” of the 2014 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

During the game, the education secretary also had this ridiculous pass: GIF via SBNation

GIF via SBNation […] Duncan’s made a splash in previous Celebrity All-Star games — in 2012, he grabbed 17 points and 10 rebounds in the game. Hart was also given the MVP that year. And in 2013, he grabbed 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Duncan, ever focused on his day job, had this to say on Twitter after the game: Arne Duncan Tweet After 2014 NBA All-Star  Celebrity Game

That goes to show you that just because you don’t make the NBA the 1st time around, you can work hard and one day you may play in the All-Star Celeb game. Way to go Arne!
Check out this highlight of Arne D. giving the business on the court during last nights game:
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