Indiana Pacers Star guard Paul George has announced that his youth basketball clinic camp will be coming to the Indianapolis area this summer on July 11-13 for kids in grades 1 through 12. Last year George’s camp was held in Los Angeles and he had murmured words that he would be bringing it to his team’s town in the near future, and looks like he was good to his word. At the camp the kids will get to spend each day following instructions on their game play, doing drills, and just focus on having a great time. George will be at the camp all day making sure that things go smooth, and even though he won’t be the one running each drill he will ensure that operations go well and then he will take time to hang out and play with the young athletes.
George got the start in his basketball career at Fresno State University where he played from 2008-2010, before he was chosen by the Indiana Pacers in the 2010 NBA Draft as the 10th overall pick. The two-time NBA All Star got permission from the NBA to change his number from 24 to 13 last year so that he could market himself as “PG-13”, which is both clever and catchy.
George will be hosting a youth basketball camp this summer in Indiana as he promised he would after his Los Angeles one, and it is going to be one of the best events in the month of July for kids. The children will get to learn new skills on the court, play some pick up games, and even interact with the 6’9 Pacer, who will remain on the site for the entirety of the camp.
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