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Spurs host their first in-person basketball camp since the pandemic

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The AT&T Center will have enough space to offer social distancing while learning basketball skills.

France’s Tony Parker (2ndR) warms up wit Photo credit should read ROBERT FRANCOIS/AFP via Getty Images

Are you one of those parents always looking for something to with your kids during the holiday breaks? Has it been months since your child attended any activity that wasn’t taking place in your living room on Zoom?

Well this Thanksgiving the San Antonio Spurs are hosting their first youth basketball camp since the coronavirus shut down the greater part of our activities.

Youngsters ages 8 to 14 can sign up now for Thanksgiving Home Court Camp, November 23-25. Registration through SpursSportsAcademy.com is available now at $150 per athlete. A portion of all proceeds go to NBA cares Season of Giving.

All coaches and players will have a temperature check and health screening each day. COVID-19 protocols for the camp and AT&T center can be found at Spurs.com/CampSafety

Children ages 8 to 10 will participate in camp from 9 AM to noon followed by a 1 PM- 4PM session for the 11 to 14-year-old group. Drills, fundamentals, and some friendly competition will encourage all to stay fit and have fun at the same time.


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