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June 25, 2014 at 12:01 PM

Lynch named a presenter for Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Sports Awards





Straight from the PR desk at Nickelodeon. …
Marshawn Lynch, Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Landon Donovan, Henrik Lundqvist, Victor Cruz Among Presenters At Nickelodeon First-Ever Kids Choice Sports Awards July 17
Country Sensation Florida Georgia Line To Perform; Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant, Olympic Snowboarder Kelly Clark, Inspiring Pro Surfer Bethany Hamilton Among Other Top Athletes Confirmed to Join Top Celebrities in Presenting the Awards at Inaugural Telecast Hosted by Michael Strahan at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion
Kids’ Voting Now Open in 14 Categories on Nick.com/sports
LOS ANGELES (June 25, 2014) – Award-winning country stars Florida Georgia Line will make their debut appearance on Nickelodeon at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion as they perform a medley of songs at Nickelodeon’s inaugural Kids’ Choice Sports Awards. The duo will perform their 7X Platinum, #1 smash single “Cruise,” and Platinum-certified hit “This is How We Roll” (featuring Luke Bryan). Additionally, a powerhouse line-up of athletes and celebrities have been confirmed to join host Michael Strahan live on Thursday, July 17 (8 p.m. ET/PT) to announce the inaugural group of honorees: Super Bowl XLVIII champion Marshawn Lynch (Seattle Seahawks), NBA MVP superstar Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City Thunder), Will Arnett and Megan Fox (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors), Nick Cannon (America’s Got Talent), Landon Donovan (Los Angeles Galaxy), Henrik Lundqvist (New York Rangers), Victor Cruz (New York Giants), Metta World Peace (New York Knicks), George Lopez (Lopez Tonight), pro skateboarder Tony Hawk, Olympic snowboarder Kelly Clark, pro surfer Bethany Hamilton, Anna Faris (Mom), Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney, Debby Ryan (Jessie), Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys) Raini Rodriguez (Austin & Ally) and Rico Rodriguez (Modern Family). Kids can cast their votes in 14 categories on Nick.com/sports.

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