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Magic’s Victor Oladipo hosting 1st basketball camp
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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Orlando Magic player Victor Oladipo is set to host his first youth basketball camp later this month.
Oladipo will hold two, three-hour camps on July 12 at the RDV Sportsplex. The sessions will include interaction with the Magic guard, instruction from youth basketball staff and additional guest appearances. Participants will receive a Magic jersey, an autographed item, team photo, and two tickets to a Magic game next season.
In addition to Oladipo’s one-day camp, the Magic will host more than 20 camps designed for boys and girls off all skill ages 7 to 16 across central Florida this summer.
More information is available by calling 407-916-2681 or by visiting www.orlandomagiccamps.com .
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