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Spurs return to in-person basketball camps this summer

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Registration is now open for kids ages 6-18.

Spurs Holiday Basketball Camp Photo by D. Clarke Evans/NBAE via Getty Images

Spurs Sports Academy announced a a return to full schedule, in-person summer camps for children this summer. Both day and overnight camps are available to children ages 6-18. They include skills training camp, Coyote camp, Spurs player camp and overnight camp.

Early registration is running now through April 2 includes a $50 discount. Spurs Sports Academy basketball summer camps are presented in conjunctions with Raising Cane’s, Gatorade and Academy Sports + Outdoors.

Here are the details:

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  • Kids ages 6-18 can participate
  • Camp athletes receive an exclusive Spurs camp jersey and a Spurs camp memory photo
  • Camp athletes can also earn our “Spurs Values Award,” which is awarded to the campers who display leadership skills and whose actions demonstrate our Spurs Values on and off the court

“We’re excited to be offering in-person camps for the first time in 2021,” said Joe Clark, Spurs Sports & Entertainment, VP Youth Sports and Community Engagement. “What we teach at these camps is bigger than basketball and those lessons are so valuable for young athletes, especially after the last 12 months of living through a pandemic. We teach teamwork and help build character along with the physical and mental skills needed to be the best teammate possible both on and off the court.”

As a matter of best health practices, all coaches, staff members and athletes will undergo a health screening and temperature check prior to entry each day. Attendees will be required to wear a mask during camp and can remove them while eating or drinking. Additional health and safety protocols can be found at Spurs.com/CampSafety.


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