(Louisville KY) NBA & NCAA Basketball Champ and Louisville native Derek Anderson will host his Stamina Camp in the gym named in his honor. Anderson’s camp runs from June 21st to the 23rd at Doss High School, 7601 St. Andrews Church Road. It runs from 9 am- 4 pm each day for youth ages 7 to 17. The three-day camp is $150 per child.
Each participant in the camp will receive, a free t-shirt, wristbands, towels, food and drinks.
Stamina Camp is more than learning the basics of basketball and running drills. Derek says “My camp is about learning life skills, common courtesy, and respect for oneself and for others, while becoming the best basketball player they can be. When youth leave the camp they will be better versed on the game both in basketball and in life”.
Anderson is a producer, screenwriter, philanthropist and entrepreneur that played for the University of Kentucky from 1995-1997 playing the guard and small forward positions. In 1996, Anderson along with the other members of the “Untouchables” won the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. Derek was the 13th overall pick to the 1997 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. He played in the league for 11 years which included another championship. In 2006, Derek won the NBA Championship with the Miami Heat.
Currently, Anderson speaks to audiences all over the world about his life both on and off the court which explains the title of his book, Stamina.
If you would like to have your child attend the Stamina Camp June 21st-23rd at Doss High School register at http://www.campstamina.com.
If you would like to setup an interview and/or to schedule an appearance with Derek Anderson contact Sherlene Shanklin at email@example.com.