$99 for Antonio Daniels' 2013 Summer Basketball Camp for Boys and Girls on July 22–26 ($200 Value)

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Former Spurs star and NBA champ prowls gym for five-day camp, teaching kids solid basketball fundamentals with drills and competitive games

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Expires Jul 22nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Online registration required. Valid for ages 7-17. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$99 for Antonio Daniels' 2013 Summer Basketball Camp ($200 Value)

Held at Cornerstone Christian Schools from Monday, July 22 until Friday, July 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day and intended for boys and girls aged 7–17, the basketball camp beckons youngsters to participate in skills training, compete in games, and learn solid basketball fundamentals from coaches and former players. Lunch is provided each day, and all campers receive a T-shirt and an autographed photo of Antonio Daniels, who attends and instructs miniature ballers throughout the camp.

Antonio Daniels' 2013 Summer Basketball Camp

Antonio Daniels studied elementary education at Bowling Green State University. But rather than making a career of reading Newbery Award–winning books or conducting science experiments over bunsen burners, he entered the 1997 NBA Draft and was chosen as the fourth overall pick by the Vancouver Grizzlies. However, once he recognized the hollowness of a baller's lifestyle––whose only rewards were a 1999 NBA championship with the San Antonio Spurs and the perk of wearing shorts to work––Antonio atoned by establishing his annual youth summer basketball camp.

For all five days of the camp, Antonio prowls the sidelines, giving kids pointers and boosting their confidence in the game he has now played professionally for 13 years. Coaches from the middle-school through college ranks join him in running the aspiring dunk machines through drills, skill training, and competitive games. At the end of the camp, children will not only have sharpened their hooping tool set, but they will also leave with two of the best souvenirs Antonio can offer other than plaster casts of his hands and feet: a T-shirt and an autographed photo.

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