AVC in the News

Videos:

Yahoo News:

“Larry Nance Jr.’s journey brings him full circle”
Click here to read the article and watch the video.

 

NBA’s Beyond the Paint

“Larry Nance, Jr’s Infusion of Hope”

See Larry’s rise to the NBA after being diagnosed with Crohn’s. In this video,
Kristen Ledlow catches up with the Nance family to discuss the challenges of overcoming Crohn’s disease and
how he handles it while playing in the NBA.

As a way to connect to the Crohn’s and colitis community, Larry Nance, Jr. invites kids
to spend time with him while getting his Remicade infusions.

 

Athletes Brand

“Athletes Brand Shirt Collaboration”

 

Verizon Fios News 1

Interview from the 1st Annual 3 on 3 Fundraiser

 

News 12

News 12 came to document the fundraiser and spread awareness

 

Yankee’s Pregame Press Conference

Joe Girardi, former manager of the New York Yankees, tells Noah’s story while wearing an A vs C t-shirt
during his pregame press conference to help raise awareness of Athletes vs. Crohn’s and Colitis.


Features:

(Click on the article title to read the story)

 

Daily News

Westchester teen with Crohn’s disease partners with NBA star Larry Nance Jr. to launch charity

Disney’s Babble Blog

15-Year-Old and NBA Star Team Up in Their Shared Fight Against Crohn’s Disease 

Every Day Health

“How Larry Nance Jr. Handles Crohn’s Disease”

Laker’s Outsiders

“Larry Nance, Jr. “really excited” about new foundation for kids with Crohn’s Disease”

USA Today

“Wyoming’s Larry Nance Jr. grows beyond a disease’s constraints”

Scarsdale Inquirer

“13 year old, family take on Crohn’s with NBA’s Nance Jr.”

 


Radio:

ESPN Radio, New York Sports and Beyond:

ESPN Radio – 98.7 FM: A segment from New York Sports and Beyond includes coverage on Athletes vs. Crohn’s and Colitis.
(Bill Daughtry’s introduction ends at 1:25 and Noah’s interview resumes at 2:02 after 37 seconds of silence)

 

ESPN Radio – 98.7 FM: Another segment from New York Sports and Beyond catches up with Noah Weber & Larry Nance, Jr., about Athletes vs Crohn’s.
(You can find the segment at the 27:07 mark)