Two Regina twin brothers have transformed their travel blog on hoop culture around the world into a local non-profit that revamps the city's basketball courts.
Justin and Brendan Lee spent eight years travelling the world. In each country they visited, they would play street basketball with the locals.
"I think we were just amazed at the shared passion for the game and the commonalities that you had, even if you couldn't speak the same language or you had totally different backgrounds. Basketball always seemed to be this anchor that enabled us to feel a connection with other people," said Justin Lee, chair of the board of directors for the non-profit organization Buckets and Borders.
They documented the experience through photography and blog posts on a website of the same name.
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