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Fox 2 beats Channel 4 in charity basketball game!

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A group of Fox 2 reporters, photographers, and other staff members hit the basketball court Saturday to take on the competition (WDIV Channel 4) and raise money for charity. We have some bragging to do! Fox 2 proudly won the game 40-36!

Click on the video player to watch some highlights.

The game took place at Hope United Methodist Church in Southfield to raise funds for Camp Hope. The program offers children the opportunity to challenge their personal limits, build interpersonal skills, explore creative outlets, and enhance their self image.

Rob Wolchek was the captain of the Fox 2 team, which included Charlie LeDuff, Lee Thomas, M.L. Elrick and other Fox 2 personnel.

Last time these two teams met, D-I-V had their way with Fox 2 -- but we've got bragging rights now, baby!

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