[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/02/14/art.obamanba.wh.jpg caption="The White House released an excerpt from President Obama's message on community service, which will air during the NBA All-Stars game Sunday."]
WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Obama - fresh off a political win in Washington after Congress passed his economic stimulus bill - will take his game to another set of constituents: basketball fans.
On Sunday, a pre-taped message from the president in which he promotes community service will air during the NBA All-Stars game in Phoenix, Arizona. Tipoff is at 8 p.m. EST and will air on TNT.
TNT is owned by CNN's parent company Turner Broadcasting System.
"In this time of so much need in our communities and across our country, we are blessed with endless ways to restore hope and opportunity in places that yearn for both," Obama will say according to excerpts released by the White House Saturday.
Obama's plea: "Prepare a care package for a soldier. Read to a child. Or fix up a local basketball court so the next generation can play and grow. ... Log on to USAService.org to find or create a project near you, then gather some friends and lace 'em up."