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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –

After years filled with reports that Cleveland’s Buckeye neighborhood is increasing in crime, one park is bouncing back.

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Rust-Oleum unveiled a renovated basketball court and senior room at East End Neighborhood House.

Cavs CEO Len Komoroski, legends Austin Carr, Jim Chones and Elmore Smith, in-arena host Ahmaad Crump and Rust-Oleum Corporation Manager, Public Relations Vince Pierre were among those in attendance for Thursday’s official ribbon cutting.

The basketball court renovations were announced on April 24 along with the $140 million Q transformation project, which is scheduled to begin this summer. As part of the deal, the Cavs will refurbish the 22 gymnasium floors in various city recreation centers, as well as the gym floors in all Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s high schools.

 

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