Former NBA Player Rashad McCants Hops Into Acting World With Pimp Role

While basketball player Rashad McCants continues his journey back to the NBA, he’s making sure he stay business in other forms of entertainment. Most recently, he’s been trying his hand at acting with a role in the upcoming drama/comedy series, The Booster Club. In the film, McCants plays the role of wig-wearing pimp who heads a shoplifting ring, alongside co-stars Traci Lords, and Lamyia Good (sister of Meagan Good), among others…
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Master P, Rashad McCants Give Back To Struggling Familes This Holiday Season

NBA player Rashad McCants and hip-hop entrepreneur Percy Miller, formerly known as Master P, are extending their Christmas Giving Back program another two days in an effort to reach more less fortunate families during this holiday season. The Christmas charity event started five years ago in South Central L.A. and is now reaching downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena and Long Beach with the help of sponsors such as Generation One…
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Rashad McCants Reports To D-League Team, Wants To Work His Way Back To NBA

After taking time off from the NBA to care for his sick mother, baller Rashad McCants is getting back to business … but it won’t be on an NBA team right away. The 26-year-old NBA player has signed on to play for the Dallas Mavericks’ D-League affiliate, the Texas Legends. He reportedly joined the team on Monday (November 29), and was expected to make his debut in the team’s home opener this week…
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NBA Player Rashad McCants Focuses On Mother’s Health, Illness With Cancer Foundation

NBA player Rashad McCants, who is currently in limbo on what team he’ll play for next season, plays hard on the court. But, off the court, he’s been caring for his sick mother Brenda, a breast cancer survivor. The last we heard was that he was given a shot to join the Cleveland Cavs for their first summer league practice, but didn’t show, later citing “personal problems.” His mother’s illness seemed to be the issue…
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Urban Born’s Kids Basketball Camp, ‘Game of Life’ (w/ Romeo, Demar DeRozan, P. Miller)

In late June, Master P — along with several other celebrities and athletes — donated their time for the kids at Pasadena High School for a free basketball camp called Game of Life, where kids not only learned basketball fundamentals, but also important life lessons such as importance of education from true testimonies. In the clip, you’ll see NBA player Rashad McCants, DeMar DeRozan, Romeo and several others teaching the youth.
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