From left, Cameron Hicks, 13, Darius O'Neal, 15, Minkah Ransom, 12, and Nikolas Hicks, 16, play basketball in the alley behind homes in the Capitol Park neighborhood between N. Blount and Halifax Streets in downtown Raleigh, N.C. on Friday January 17, 2014. Capitol Park is as Raleigh Housing Authority development with a mix of apartments, townhouses and single family homes. It was built to replace Halifax Court.
From left, Cameron Hicks, 13, Darius O'Neal, 15, Minkah Ransom, 12, and Nikolas Hicks, 16, play basketball in the alley behind homes in the Capitol Park neighborhood between N. Blount and Halifax Streets in downtown Raleigh, N.C. on Friday January 17, 2014. Capitol Park is as Raleigh Housing Authority development with a mix of apartments, townhouses and single family homes. It was built to replace Halifax Court. rwillett@newsobserver.com
From left, Cameron Hicks, 13, Darius O'Neal, 15, Minkah Ransom, 12, and Nikolas Hicks, 16, play basketball in the alley behind homes in the Capitol Park neighborhood between N. Blount and Halifax Streets in downtown Raleigh, N.C. on Friday January 17, 2014. Capitol Park is as Raleigh Housing Authority development with a mix of apartments, townhouses and single family homes. It was built to replace Halifax Court. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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