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Ace students at Public School 101 vroomed into a class of their own when the New York Knicks Groove Truck pulled up to reward them for excelling at a literacy program.

Knicks staffers provided a day of fun and special events at the Bensonhurst school, 24th and Benson avenues, including shooting hoops, participating in drills and other fun activities aboard the basketball team’s signature mobile bus.

The visit was a reward for students who read 100 and more books for their studies.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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