School hosts basketball game to raise autism awareness

A Brooklyn high school is shooting some hoops to raise awareness of autism. WNBA player Bria Hartley hosted the Autism Awareness celebrity game with the

WNBA player Bria Hartley hosted the Autism Awareness celebrity game with the South Shore High School champion girls basketball team.

WNBA player Bria Hartley hosted the Autism Awareness celebrity game with the South Shore High School champion girls basketball team. (4/28/15)

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn high school is shooting some hoops to raise awareness of autism.

WNBA player Bria Hartley hosted the Autism Awareness celebrity game with the South Shore High School champion girls basketball team.

Reality star Amina Buddafly was also at the event to show her support.

All of the proceeds from the event will go toward the non-profit group Autism Speaks.

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