The list of people associated with New Orleans Pelicans living in summer camps is worth noting. Dyson Daniels and EJ Liddell attended the Rosenwald Recreation Center in New Orleans after their first press conference. At Zion Williamson’s New Orleans YMCA camp just past, Willy Hernangomez is representing the group in European camps, and New Orleans broadcaster Antonio Daniels is taking his sporting love for children to San Antonio through the Daniels Family Foundation.
Daniels told the Pelicans Scoop that he hopes to join the New Orleans camp list soon. The former New Orleans Hornet said in various interviews, “I love New Orleans” and “we failed to go to camps as a child.” This is why he wants to bring a low-cost all-week program to Crescent City.
This year’s camp will be two separate two-week sessions at Brooks Collegiate Academy. The first camp is on July 18-22, 2022 and the second is coming the week of August 1-5, 2022. Subscribers will receive a camp t-shirt with an autographed photo of a publisher who has made turtle necks popular again. Daniels “will do everything in his power to communicate with each camp within a week.”
There are also videos of past camping ads on social media so that parents and participants can see how much they can expect. All ages and skill levels are welcome because there will be special guests and college players who serve as staff members.
“I am a person who strongly believes that God blesses us to bless others, He does not bless us to keep it all. My camp is not a basketball game. Basketball is part of it but something I love. I have found that there are similarities between life and basketball, kids should hear this. , you know, he should hear the good things that are going on in a dark world like this. Get in that gym, I will live every day. in my camp, they will be a safe place to learn and grow. “Daniels told Pelicans Scoop.
According to the plan, the players “will run a gym and exercise in the morning and play in the afternoon … Each child will be sent to a team with a coach. Our goal is for all children to have a good time and have fun and be happy.” learn some of the basics of the game. “
Former San Antonio Spur players and the 1999 NBA Finals champion showed they are still on track for a 21-year-old team to promote the 21st anniversary of the camp. However, it is the itch teaching that has become increasingly difficult to ignore because they are seeing how to make the session.
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“I have met many people throughout the city who were campers and now their children are passing through the camp. I think it is a testament to the work and what this camp stands for, you know, I always tell parents, this. It’s a great children’s camp.” And I swear, Dad, someday, someday, if God loves me enough, I’d love to take it to New Orleans. I’d love to take it to New Orleans because I know what I have is very different from any other camp. “
“Every kid in this camp feels like I and my coaching staff care that we care. We care, not about them as athletes. Parents know, not whether they did well in the gym or not. But with different kids? I had kids crying on Monday because they didn’t want to. The same child leads 200-300 players in prayer to start camp on Friday.See children maturing and progressing within a week.and adults who are dating, busy, and caring for them like little children.
Daniels is looking forward to the NBA Summer League game but also said “The most important thing in my summer … nothing makes my heart better. It’s a basketball slash basketball team. I always tell parents that if their child comes out well. A football player “I want them to be good people when they come out the doors. When I want to teach them the basics of the game. Running, passing, security, communication. Many of them are like life because a coach will also be a coach.”
When it comes to bringing a camp to New Orleans, Daniels “loves the people of New Orleans, New Orleans culture, and I love the way the fanbase welcomes me as a professional. in the summer “the camp will take place.
He admitted that “there are kids out there who don’t know who I am and it’s cool. That’s fine. But I want them to know me as someone who really cares about them, for their good in the future. And again; we’re all blessed with a platform. We’re all blessed with This is one of the gifts God has given me and the opportunity to connect with young people. “
The beloved publisher added, “If I have the opportunity to do this and bring them to New Orleans, I tell you, I have been talking to people over the last year to do it. But it takes It all together. I promise. I promise something I want to do with my time in New Orleans and bring my camp of basketball there and serving the community. “
More than a few former players have gone on to do well in college. Some are current students who are returning to help the next generation, following Daniels’ example. For anyone who wants to join, the camp welcomes lunch sponsors. Visit the Daniels Family Foundation’s official website for more information on how to help.