Justise Winslow and Duke team for Harvey relief

Travis Hines
NBC Sports

Houston native Justise Winslow and his alma mater Duke are teaming up this weekend to help raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Cameron Indoor Stadium will play host  to games of knockout at Coach K court for a $10 contribution per person. The event will help support Robin’s House Family Foundation,  the charity founded by Winslow and his mother, Robin Davis.

The foundation has raised nearly $90,000 for Hurricane Harvey victims to date. The event will run from 9:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., with prizes awarded to winners. Duke football hosts Northwestern at noon.

Winslow, now in his third season with the Miami Heat and expected to attend Saturday, was one of the key contributors to Duke’s 2015 NCAA tournament championship. He averaged 12.6 points and 6.5 assists in his lone season in Durham before being the 10th overall selection in the NBA Draft.

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