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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ director Malcolm D. Lee happy to give back as Warner Bros. kicks off basketball court refurbishment in Harlem

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NEW YORK — For the makers of the new “Space Jam” movie, the chance to give back to Harlem was a slam dunk. Director Malcolm D. Lee appeared Friday at Mae Grant Park, where Warner Bros. hosted a “Space Jam: A New Legacy” block party to kick off refurbishment of the basketball court. “Warner Bros. dedicated this refurbished court to one of the Harlem communities,” Lee, 51, told the Daily News. “It’s a great dedication to New York, get some kids on a legitimate court and be welcoming … and let them know that the city cares about them.” Lee spoke at the festivities, thanking neighbors for a warm…

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