Positively Impacting Communities and Youth Through Basketball

Dallas, TX – As a non-profit organization comprised of retired professional basketball players, the NBRPA Dallas Chapter’s mission is to unite our former players in collaboration with community partners to provide leadership enhancement, workplace readiness and basketball development to make a positive impact on those in need in North Texas.

Chicago, IL – The National Basketball Retired Players Association is a charitable 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a two-pronged mission to assist former NBA, ABA, Harlem Globetrotters and WNBA players in their transition from the playing court into life after the game, while also positively impacting communities and youth through basketball.

With chapters in eleven cities, including ours in Dallas, the NBRPA’s membership promotes basketball and enhances the sport’s image by building community relationships and fostering support for charitable activities and philanthropic events with a connection to the game.

In support of its membership, the NBRPA proactively offers a full menu of education, health, finance and career/life transition benefits to retired basketball players and their families.

Positively Impacting Communities
and Youth Through Basketball

Dallas, TX – As a non-profit organization comprised of retired professional basketball players, the NBRPA Dallas Chapter’s mission is to unite our former players in collaboration with community partners to provide leadership enhancement, workplace readiness and basketball development to make a positive impact on those need in North Texas.

Chicago, IL – The National Basketball Retired Players Association is a charitable 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a two-pronged mission to assist former NBA, ABA, Harlem Globetrotters and WNBA players in their transition from the playing court into life after the game, while also positively impacting communities and youth through basketball.

With chapters in eleven cities, including ours in Dallas, the NBRPA’s membership promotes basketball and enhances the sport’s image by building community relationships and fostering support for charitable activities and philanthropic events with a connection to the game.

In support of its membership, the NBRPA proactively offers a full menu of education, health, finance and career/life transition benefits to retired basketball players and their families.

Positively Impacting Communities and Youth Through Basketball

Dallas, TX – As a non-profit organization comprised of retired professional basketball players, the NBRPA Dallas Chapter’s mission is to unite our former players in collaboration with community partners to provide leadership enhancement, workplace readiness and basketball development to make a positive impact on those in need in North Texas.

Chicago, IL – The National Basketball Retired Players Association is a charitable 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a two-pronged mission to assist former NBA, ABA, Harlem Globetrotters and WNBA players in their transition from the playing court into life after the game, while also positively impacting communities and youth through basketball.

With chapters in eleven cities, including ours in Dallas, the NBRPA’s membership promotes basketball and enhances the sport’s image by building community relationships and fostering support for charitable activities and philanthropic events with a connection to the game.

In support of its membership, the NBRPA proactively offers a full menu of education, health, finance and career/life transition benefits to retired basketball players and their families.

NBRPA Core Assets

NBRPA Core Assets

The 501(c)3 charitable arm of the NBRPA is dedicated to youth programs and additionally addresses several social and economic issues membership faces in life after basketball.

The NBRPA hosts several charitable, corporate and private events annually, including cornerstone community events during the NBA’s All-Star Weekend, as well as annual Legends World Sports Conference each summer.

With local branches here in Dallas, as well as Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, South Florida and Phoenix (with several more on the horizon), NBRPA Chapters bring the organization’s assets, visions and programs to local communities.

The NBRPA has more than 850 members that played in the NBA,  ABA , WNBA or with the Harlem Globetrotters (including the game’s greatest players of all time).

The NBRPA serves as the premier, central contact point for all NBA retired players.

NBRPA Core Assets

The 501(c)3 charitable arm of the NBRPA is dedicated to youth programs and additionally addresses several social and economic issues membership faces in life after basketball.

The NBRPA hosts several charitable, corporate and private events annually, including cornerstone community events during the NBA’s All-Star Weekend, as well as annual Legends World Sports Conference each summer.

With local branches here in Dallas, as well as Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, South Florida and Phoenix (with several more on the horizon), NBRPA Chapters bring the organization’s assets, visions and programs to local communities.

The NBRPA has more than 850 members that played in the NBA,  ABA , WNBA or with the Harlem Globetrotters (including the game’s greatest players of all time).

The NBRPA serves as the premier, central contact point for all NBA retired players.

Dallas Chapter Events

The NBRPA Dallas Chapter was proud to partner with the Tribute to Valor Foundation (TTV) for its annual STEM-Liner trip. This year we went to the Johnson Space Center in Houston with 60 Dallas area high school students and 20 Purdue University students as part of TTV’s C.a.S.E (Character and STEM Education) program. The mission is to give these students an incredible hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction. Accompanying the students on the trip were Dallas Chapter members Willie Davis and Morlon Wiley, Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Littrell and Leroy Petry, and several other local DFW celebrities.

Members of the Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA continue to partner with the Tribute to Valor Foundation to accomplish their goal to influence, impact and inspire the youth of America through the core values of the Medal of Honor. In April, Dallas Chapter members spoke to students alongside Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Beikirch at the Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Ft. Worth, Grapevine High School and Haltom High School.

The office of PricewaterhouseCoopers hosted a Dallas Chapter reception featuring guest speaker Chris Davis. Mr. Davis is the Senior Trial Counsel of the Securities & Exchange Commission in Ft. Worth, and spoke to members and guests about “Understanding Recent Schemes and Scams Targeting Professional Athletes.”  Special guests included Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Littrell and Leroy Petry, and WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Mark Henry, aka “The World’s Strongest Man.”

Dallas Chapter members Sidney Moncrief and Sam Perkins were the focal points of a chapter charity dinner held at Campisi’s Restaurant in Dallas. Houston Chapter’s Michael Young joined Sidney and Sam on stage as the three discussed their respective trips to the Final Four with the Arkansas Razorbacks, North Carolina Tar Heels and Houston Cougars.  More than 200 special guests turned out to hear the three college superstars reminisce about their collegiate years.

The Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA continues on its collective quest to positively impact youth through basketball. One of our recent camps included a partnership with HOPE Farm, who since 1989 has been guiding at-risk boys in the hope of breaking the cycle of fatherless families.

Members of the NBRPA Dallas Chapter once again partnered with a local church to hold their annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway. The Chapter has joined forces with grocery chains such as Whole Foods and WinCo Foods to present more than a 100 turkeys annually to families in need in Ft. Worth, TX.

The Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA held a reception and silent auction at the Sewell Infiniti dealership in Dallas.  Cocktails, music and fellowship were the night’s attraction, along with special guests such as NFL Hall of Famer “Mean” Joe Green.

Dallas Chapter Events

The NBRPA Dallas Chapter was proud to partner with the Tribute to Valor Foundation (TTV) for its annual STEM-Liner trip. This year we went to the Johnson Space Center in Houston with 60 Dallas area high school students and 20 Purdue University students as part of TTV’s C.a.S.E (Character and STEM Education) program. The mission is to give these students an incredible hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction. Accompanying the students on the trip were Dallas Chapter members Willie Davis and Morlon Wiley, Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Littrell and Leroy Petry, and several other local DFW celebrities.

Members of the Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA continue to partner with the Tribute to Valor Foundation to accomplish their goal to influence, impact and inspire the youth of America through the core values of the Medal of Honor. In April, Dallas Chapter members spoke to students alongside Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Beikirch at the Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Ft. Worth, Grapevine High School and Haltom High School.

The office of PricewaterhouseCoopers hosted a Dallas Chapter reception featuring guest speaker Chris Davis. Mr. Davis is the Senior Trial Counsel of the Securities & Exchange Commission in Ft. Worth, and spoke to members and guests about “Understanding Recent Schemes and Scams Targeting Professional Athletes.”  Special guests included Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Littrell and Leroy Petry, and WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Mark Henry, aka “The World’s Strongest Man.”

Dallas Chapter members Sidney Moncrief and Sam Perkins were the focal points of a chapter charity dinner held at Campisi’s Restaurant in Dallas. Houston Chapter’s Michael Young joined Sidney and Sam on stage as the three discussed their respective trips to the Final Four with the Arkansas Razorbacks, North Carolina Tar Heels and Houston Cougars.  More than 200 special guests turned out to hear the three college superstars reminisce about their collegiate years.

The Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA continues on its collective quest to positively impact youth through basketball. One of our recent camps included a partnership with HOPE Farm, who since 1989 has been guiding at-risk boys in the hope of breaking the cycle of fatherless families.

Members of the NBRPA Dallas Chapter once again partnered with a local church to hold their annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway. The Chapter has joined forces with grocery chains such as Whole Foods and WinCo Foods to present more than a 100 turkeys annually to families in need in Ft. Worth, TX.

The Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA held a reception and silent auction at the Sewell Infiniti dealership in Dallas.  Cocktails, music and fellowship were the night’s attraction, along with special guests such as NFL Hall of Famer “Mean” Joe Green.

Dallas Chapter Events

The NBRPA Dallas Chapter was proud to partner with the Tribute to Valor Foundation (TTV) for its annual STEM-Liner trip. This year we went to the Johnson Space Center in Houston with 60 Dallas area high school students and 20 Purdue University students as part of TTV’s C.a.S.E (Character and STEM Education) program. The mission is to give these students an incredible hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction. Accompanying the students on the trip were Dallas Chapter members Willie Davis and Morlon Wiley, Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Littrell and Leroy Petry, and several other local DFW celebrities.

Members of the Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA continue to partner with the Tribute to Valor Foundation to accomplish their goal to influence, impact and inspire the youth of America through the core values of the Medal of Honor. In April, Dallas Chapter members spoke to students alongside Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Beikirch at the Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Ft. Worth, Grapevine High School and Haltom High School.

The office of PricewaterhouseCoopers hosted a Dallas Chapter reception featuring guest speaker Chris Davis. Mr. Davis is the Senior Trial Counsel of the Securities & Exchange Commission in Ft. Worth, and spoke to members and guests about “Understanding Recent Schemes and Scams Targeting Professional Athletes.”  Special guests included Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Littrell and Leroy Petry, and WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Mark Henry, aka “The World’s Strongest Man.”

Dallas Chapter members Sidney Moncrief and Sam Perkins were the focal points of a chapter charity dinner held at Campisi’s Restaurant in Dallas. Houston Chapter’s Michael Young joined Sidney and Sam on stage as the three discussed their respective trips to the Final Four with the Arkansas Razorbacks, North Carolina Tar Heels and Houston Cougars.  More than 200 special guests turned out to hear the three college superstars reminisce about their collegiate years.

The Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA continues on its collective quest to positively impact youth through basketball. One of our recent camps included a partnership with HOPE Farm, who since 1989 has been guiding at-risk boys in the hope of breaking the cycle of fatherless families.

Members of the NBRPA Dallas Chapter once again partnered with a local church to hold their annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway. The Chapter has joined forces with grocery chains such as Whole Foods and WinCo Foods to present more than a 100 turkeys annually to families in need in Ft. Worth, TX.

The Dallas Chapter of the NBRPA held a reception and silent auction at the Sewell Infiniti dealership in Dallas.  Cocktails, music and fellowship were the night’s attraction, along with special guests such as NFL Hall of Famer “Mean” Joe Green.

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EXECUTIVE BOARD

EXECUTIVE BOARD

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Willie Davis

President

Dallas Chapter

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Steffond Johnson

Vice President

Dallas Chapter

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Morlon Wiley

Treasurer

Dallas Chapter

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Cincy Powell

Secretary

Dallas Chapter

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Nancy Lieberman

Board of Directors

National Chapter

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Sam Perkins

Board of Directors

National Chapter

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Willie Davis

President

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Steffond Johnson

Vice President

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Morlon Wiley

Treasurer

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Cincy Powell

Secretary

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Nancy Lieberman

National Board of Directors

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Sam Perkins

National Board of Directors

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Willie Davis

President

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Steffond Johnson

Vice President

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Morlon Wiley

Treasurer

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Cincy Powell

Secretary

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Nancy Lieberman

National Board

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Sam Perkins

National Board

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DALLAS AREA NBRPA MEMBERS

Mark Aguirre
Darrell Armstrong
Rolando Blackman
Mike Bratz
Cedric Ceballos

Brad Davis
Joyce Ekworomadu
Willie Foreman
Stephen Howard
Larry Johnson
Eugene Kennedy

Acie Law IV
R.B. Lynam
George Lynch
Shawn Marion
Stan McKenzie
Oliver Miller
Sidney Moncrief
Lee Nailon
Jermaine O’Neal
Greg Ostertag
Robert Pack
Robert Parish

Paul Pressey
Micheal Ray Richardson

Ashley Robinson
Quinton Ross
Sam Sibert
Eric Snow
Erick Strickland
Ira Terrell
Nick Van Exel
Anthony “Spud” Webb
Micheal Williams

DALLAS AREA NBRPA MEMBERS

Mark Aguirre
Darrell Armstrong
Rolando Blackman
Mike Bratz
Cedric Ceballos

Brad Davis
Joyce Ekworomadu
Willie Foreman
Stephen Howard
Larry Johnson
Eugene Kennedy

Acie Law IV
R.B. Lynam
George Lynch
Shawn Marion
Stan McKenzie
Oliver Miller
Sidney Moncrief
Lee Nailon
Jermaine O’Neal
Greg Ostertag
Robert Pack
Robert Parish

Paul Pressey
Micheal Ray Richardson

Ashley Robinson
Quinton Ross
Sam Sibert
Eric Snow
Erick Strickland
Ira Terrell
Nick Van Exel
Anthony “Spud” Webb
Micheal Williams

DALLAS AREA NBRPA MEMBERS

Mark Aguirre
Darrell Armstrong
Rolando Blackman
Mike Bratz
Cedric Ceballos

Brad Davis
Joyce Ekworomadu
Willie Foreman
Stephen Howard
Larry Johnson
Eugene Kennedy

Acie Law IV
R.B. Lynam
George Lynch
Shawn Marion
Stan McKenzie
Oliver Miller
Sidney Moncrief
Lee Nailon
Jermaine O’Neal
Greg Ostertag
Robert Pack
Robert Parish

Paul Pressey
Micheal Ray Richardson

Ashley Robinson
Quinton Ross
Sam Sibert
Eric Snow
Erick Strickland
Ira Terrell
Nick Van Exel
Anthony “Spud” Webb
Micheal Williams

ADVISORY BOARD

Ron Taylor

Chairman

Advisory Board

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Stratton Horres

Vice Chairman

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Todd Ranta

Treasurer

Advisory Board

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LaToyia Pierce

Secretary

Advisory Board

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Tom Fireoved

Advisory Board

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Darwin Bruce

Advisory Board

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Lo Andrews

Advisory Board

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Carter Keith

Advisory Board

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Bill Bretches

Advisory Board

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ADVISORY BOARD


Ron Taylor

Chairman

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Stratton Horres

Vice Chairman

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Todd Ranta

Treasurer

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LaToyia Pierce

Secretary

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Tom Fireoved

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Darwin Bruce

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Lo Andrews

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Carter Keith

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Bill Bretches

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ADVISORY BOARD

Ron Taylor

Chairman

Read Bio

Stratton Horres

Vice Chairman

Read Bio

Todd Ranta

Treasurer

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LaToyia Pierce

Secretary

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Tom Fireoved

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Darwin Bruce

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Lo Andrews

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Carter Keith

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Bill Bretches

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OTHER CHAPTERS

OTHER CHAPTERS

OTHER CHAPTERS

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NBRPA Dallas

P.O. Box 196021
Dallas, TX 75219

For more information on financially contributing to our mission or about how to be a community or philanthropic business partner, please fill out the form and someone from our team will be glad to help.

For more information on financially contributing to our mission or about how to be a community or philanthropic business partner, please fill out the form and someone from our team will be glad to help.