B-Ball Camp Gives Kids Shot At Learning From Pros

DETROIT (WWJ) – Pro basketball player Jordan Crawford and a team of players, coaches, trainers and other pros from around the world will give technical basketball instruction to help improve personal basketball skills, overall game and performance.

Boys and girls ages 8-17 can attend camp to hone their skills on June 22 at Renaissance High School in Detroit.

Detroit native Jordan and brother Joe Crawford want to give back to the community by supporting the IHX.

Jordan Crawford played at Indiana and Xavier Universities and currently plays for the Boston Celtics.

Joe Crawford played at the University of Kentucky and was signed by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2008 then played overseas. He’s a Renaissance high grad who is looking forward to being back in the area – teaching the sport he loves.

Get more information and pricing on the Youth Basketball Camp, here.


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