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NBA Point Guard John Lucas III & HSBCAMPS Team Up For Youth Basketball
Chicago Bulls Standout Becomes HSBCAMPS Latest NBA Staff Acquisition
A solid contributor on this years Chicago Bulls roster, Lucas embodies the HSB brand of Hard Work, Sacrifice, and Belief that anything is possible, overcoming the odds and his critics, landing himself some long awaited job security in the NBA. Following a decorated collegiate career at Oklahoma State, Lucas went undrafted in 2005, and has spent the last seven years bouncing between NBA, D-League, and International rosters before finally making his mark in Chicago in 2011.
“John Lucas embodies what our program and our message is all about,” shared HSBCAMPS Director Carson Sofro. “He is living proof that with some hard work, perseverance, and dedication anything is possible and we are ecstatic to have him on our staff for 2012 and beyond.”
Joining former Houston Rockets Forward Mike Harris and the rest of the HSBCAMPS staff, Lucas will be in attendance when HSBCAMPS dribbles into New Braunfels, Texas June 7, 2012. For more information or to register for this location, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.hsbcamps.com. Availability is very limited.
HSBCAMPS (Hard Work, Sacrifice, Believe) is America's fastest growing youth basketball initiative and leader in bringing young basketball players of all ages face-to-face with the pros. Officially founded in December 2008 by Director Carson Sofro, HSBCAMPS has provided a world-class basketball training experience to more than 2,500 young student athletes in various locations throughout the western United States. Committed to giving back, a portion of all camp proceeds are donated to schools and non-profits, as well as the HSBCARES fund through which, HSBCAMPS has been able to award camp scholarships, support basketball programs for physically challenged and deprived children, and provide public schools and youth programs with vital basketball equipment necessary to operate at the highest level. For more information or to register, visit http://www.hsbcamps.com.