The Kim English Basketball Camp will be held at Hickman High School in Columbia on June 20 and 21. The camp is being directed by David Devaney.
English, a former Missouri basketball standout and current NBA player for the Detroit Pistons, will share his knowledge and skills of the game to help improve the basketball ability of every camper who attends.
Also helping English and Devaney at the camp are former Missouri basketball players Laurence Bowers, Marcus Denmon and Alex Oriakhi.
The two-day camp is co-ed and costs $80 per camper. Kids going into grades 3-6 will have camp from 10 a.m. to noon and kids going into grades 7-12 will have camp from 2 to 4 p.m.
The camp fee will include a T-shirt, a basketball and an autograph and picture session with the coaches and players.
To enroll in the camp, applications are available at http://kimenglishbasketballcamps.blogspot.com/. For those who have questions about the camp, contact Devaney at Devaney at (816) 941-2623 (home) or (816) 786-2319 (cell).
Camp applications can be mailed to: Kim English Basketball Camps, 12405 Charlotte St., Kansas City, MO 64146. Applications will also be accepted on the first day of camp.