From potential rivals on the street, to teammates on the court

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CHICAGO -- They were playing for peace, and getting support from the pros.

Chicago native and Bulls star Derrick Rose came with his son in his arms, arriving Saturday afternoon at Saint Sabina Church for the Annual Peace League Basketball Tournament.

The event aims to bring together young men who might have been rivals on the street to play together as a team -- and build positive relationships.

Former Gov. Pat Quinn was spotted courtside along with several local and state officials. Also participating: Spike Lee, whose next movie is focused on violence in Chicago.

This is the fourth year for the tournament. Father Michael Pfleger says this is much more than a basketball game; he says everyone wins when young people are connected to opportunities for education and jobs.