Next Episode of Game Changers with Kevin Frazier Presented by EA Sports is
Celebrating athletes and fans who give back to theircommunities making life better for so many, Game Changers, hostedby "The Insider's" Kevin Frazier, highlights professional athletes who usetheir public image to make positive changes in the lives of fans in need. Youngreporters seek their stories from the field, and bring back journalisticgold to the Game Changers studios to culminate in heartfelt reflection andinsight from the host. Whether on or off the field, Game Changers takesan inspirational look at how sports positively impact individuals and thecommunities they serve.
A former professional surfer named Izzy Paskowitz helps children with autism; professional football player Brandon Marshall's efforts to bring awareness to mental illness; the high-tech side of sports with NBA star Russell Westbrook.
A young boy's enthusiasm for sports unites the disabled community; NFL star Antonio Brown helps his hometown; a university goes above and beyond regarding high-tech gaming.
Disadvantaged youth benefit from a historic Brooklyn boxing gym; football player Andre Johnson expresses his love for Houston; NFL stars seek fame in Hollywood.
Twin brothers and NFL stars Jason and Devin McCourty discuss their campaign against sickle-cell disease; NBA player Vince Carter helps the youth in his hometown; surgeons use video games to prepare them for operations.
NBA player Matt Barnes' drive to find a cure for cancer in order to honor his mother; an NFL rookie's inspiring story; the Hollywood adventures of two NHL stars.
Snowboarder Kevin Pearce's recovery from a traumatic brain injury; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green.
A Green Beret is determined to make it in the NFL; Tennessee Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard; engineers who work on video games.
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green helps teenagers in Oakland; Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson encourages kids to reach their potential; using football in science and math.
Professional basketball player Zach Randolph inspires high school students in his adopted hometown; retired professional football player Chris Long brings clean water to Africa; a high-tech lab makes video games look real.
Pelicans guard Eric Gordon provides a shining example to underprivileged kids in New Orleans; Devon Still raises awareness for pediatric cancer; the story of blind long snapper Jake Olson on the USC football team; artists bring golf courses to life.
Celtics guard Marcus Smart overcomes a tragic setback to make it to the NBA; Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett's crusade against childhood obesity; transforming video games into a virtual world of information.
Lions safety Glover Quin provides hope to the community of Detroit; horseback riding is helping change the lives of disabled children; a groundbreaking facility is using science to give athletes a competitive edge; and an innovative look at how Ronda Rousey is revolutionizing her sport. Kevin Frazier hosts.
The inspiring story of Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall and his improbable road to NFL stardom; Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert is dedicated to helping the community of Cleveland; the technology involved in creating weather within the virtual sports world. Kevin Frazier hosts.
Philadelphia 76er Jahlil Okafor shows underprivileged kids a path to success; Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks; sports science with NFL stars.
Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf is a shining light for children struggling with illness. Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate is committed to improving the lives of military families. Cutting-edge technology is bringing the faces of NBA superstars to life. Kevin Frazier hosts.
Magic guard Victor Oladipo is leading by example both on and off the court; Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett crusades against childhood obesity; Warriors forward Draymond Green builds a better life for teenagers in Oakland; award-winning cinematographers are making video games look as authentic as ever. Kevin Frazier hosts.
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