Windsor Express Basketball Camps Heading For The County

(WINDSOR, ON) – It’s post season for most varsity basketball players and and would-be travel basketball players. Yet, this is when kids as well as their adult athlete counterparts either put in the extra work to be the best next season, or just coast and remain bench warmers, if they even make the team.

It’s a good bet that you’re not the athlete who is going to coast.

More likely, you’re either a parent or coach of the kid, and you’re facing the tough decision of whether or not to invest more energy and money into their basketball future; and, how much of either.

If so, let the two-time champion Windsor Express, of the National Basket League of Canada, help with that decision. For only $75, you can register your BBall progeny, or prodigy, in one of their three summer camps where you can determine the long term plan for your athlete.

“By bringing the camps out to the county based venues, the team is seeking to expand upon our mandate of building the local basketball community throughout the region,” said Express General Manager Erin Basterfield. “The idea is to provide area kids with an opportunity to be coached and mentored by coaches and players with NBA and NBLC playing experience.”

Windsor Express head coach Bill Jones, who played professionally with the New Jersey Nets, and assistant coach Pete Cusmano, a Windsor-Essex Sports Hall of Fame inductee, will head up the camps along with select players from the team.

The primary activities include player ID, talent assessment, skills training, and scrimmages.

To register for any or all the camps, contact the Express via email, or by telephone at 519-800-3665.

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Kim's first foray into sports writing was for The Lance student newspaper at the University of Windsor. While broadcasting at CJAM and with OUA.TV, he belonged to an award-winning sports media team which picked up the 2013-14 Lancer A honours. In turn, Kim began broadcasting and writing for the Windsor Express, of the National Basketball League of Canada, for WE-TV, and now at The Square. Kim has obtained a Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Hons) and a degree in Education from the University of Windsor. Email Kim Elliott

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