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Photo: Marcus Smart And Aaron Gordon Support Isaiah Austin's 'Dream Again' Campaign At NBA Draft

On Tuesday, former Baylor player Isaiah Austin announced that he would be selling shirts featuring the phrase Dream Again in support of the Marfan Foundation, which leads in the fight against Marfan syndrome, the disorder that cut Austin's basketball career short just days before the NBA Draft.

Despite the fact that he won't be playing in the NBA, Austin is still attending the draft in Brooklyn, and his efforts are being supported by a few of the big name players in attendance.

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.@IamAaronGordon & @smart_MS3 show their support to @IsaiahAustin, whose #NBADraft dream was cut short due to illness pic.twitter.com/LCXKmGFOjb

— NBA (@NBA) June 26, 2014

">@IsaiahAustin, whose #NBADraft dream was cut short due to illness pic.twitter.com/LCXKmGFOjb

— NBA (@NBA)

.@IamAaronGordon & @smart_MS3 show their support to @IsaiahAustin, whose #NBADraft dream was cut short due to illness pic.twitter.com/LCXKmGFOjb

— NBA (@NBA) June 26, 2014

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This is a great job by Gordon and Smart, as well as the NBA for including Austin in tonight's event.