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2016 Danny Green Basketball Camp Day 1, Held at the Don Haskins Recreational Center

Spurs Danny Green Returns to El Paso in July for Two Day Camp

The San Antonio Spurs own Danny Green will be returning to the Sun City in July for a kids basketball camp.

Green first visited El Paso last year, where campers lined up around the block to get into the NBA star’s clinic and camp. At last year’s event Green shared his philosophy on life and basketball.

“Our intentions with these camps is to teach these kids the fundamentals of basketball, not just about basketball, but about life,” Green said. “Leadership skills and how to do things the right way…we’re going to teach them that work ethic is everything and how hard your work is going to depend on how successful you’ll be. There’s no secret to it.”

According to the camp’s website, “throughout our two-day clinics, Danny Green and the coaching staff will place campers in small groups to give instruction. Campers will be put through a plethora of drills focused on improving their basketball skills level.”

The drills are focused on improving campers ball-handling, shooting, passing, and defense.

Group rates are available for your team, school, or group of friends! For more information, please contact Darren Duncan at DUNCAND@GOLDLEVELSE.COM

**Please note: There will be a $25 Service fee added to payments made at the door

Dates:  JULY 8TH & 9TH, 2017

LOCATION: Parkland High School |5932 Quail Avenue

SESSION START TIME:   9:00AM      END TIME  1:00PM

Open to Boys & Girls AGES: 8-17

COST:  $199

Each camper will receive:

  • An exclusive Nike Danny Green Camp Shirt

  • Camp Photo With Danny Green

  • An autograph from Danny Green (item provided – outside items not permitted)

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