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The whole court was painted with bright orange. On the floor, James LeBron was depicted shooting hoops. That day, despite the weather forecast, people packed the floors and anticipated the basketball megastar's arrival. “When he did walk in, I think that changed. There goes the turning point,” Swift recalled. During his visit , LeBron left his handprint on the wall of the building and watched Filipino kids play basketball. TENEMENT BUILDING. The 11-storey mass housing project is home to at least a thousand residents. Photo by Raisa Serafica/Rappler While the NBA player stayed for only around 30 minutes, the moment lasted forever for Swift. “It was definitely surreal. Here is one of the biggest sports public figure in the world, walking into the most disregarded project housing in a third world country.
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