The camps will allow participants to learn the game of basketball through a fundamental intensive learning environment. The camps will give individuals the opportunity to learn more about the game of basketball, introduce individuals to drills for self-improvement, help players develop a positive attitude and confidence in themselves as a player and person.
The July 19-20 and July 21 sessions are for boys, kindergarten through sixth grade, while the July 22-23 session is for boys, seventh through 12th grades.
For more information, interested parties can contact Jason Wahlberg in the basketball office at 859.257.1916.
Three new UK basketball mini-camps available
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