Big3 PLAYERS HOSTS KIDS FOR HOOPS 101:
SKILLS MINI CAMP
-Special Appearance from the Relief Gang
(Trae the Truth and DJ Mr. Rogers)-
HOUSTON, TX - Kids will take part in the Big3 tournament weekend with the pros in Hoops 101: Skills Mini Camp at the legendary Fonde Center. The annual camp will be held Thursday, June 21, 2018 at Fonde Recreation Center, 110 Sabine St. | Houston, TX 77007 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.Nearly 75 kids will receive hands on training from participating Big3 players, former NBA and WNBA pros - including former Houston Rocket Jermaine Taylor, former Seattle Storm Janell Burse, former New Orleans Hornet Carldell "Squeaky" Johnson and many more!
Parents, kids and Big3 tournament fans will also be greeted by the Relief Gang (DJ Mr. Rogers and Trae tha Truth). The two have teamed up with Ice-Cube to help send 1000 kids to the big game on Friday. The duo formed the Relief Gang to assist Hurricane Harvey victims' with toiletries, food, clothes and temporary housing.
The Big3 Tournament is kicking off its' second season for the first time playing in Houston on Friday at the Toyota Center. Fans will be able to engage in a FREE concert by Ice Cube before the start of the game.
Hoops 101: Skills Mini Camp is being hosted by Top Shelf Life Marketing Group and SNR Sports Management in conjunction with The National Retired Basketball Players Association.
For more information about the Big3 Tournament or how to join in on the festivities visit www.thebig3.com or connect on social media @thebig3!
ABOUT SNR CREATIVE
SNR Creative is a boutique marketing and business development firm that specializes in helping business owners develop and execute winning marketing strategies and programs to scale and achieve greater results.
About Top Shelf Life Marketing Group
TSLMG is a boutique marketing group that specializes in business to consumer marketing by implementing strategic, effective and creative campaigns.
ABOUT THE NBRPA
With energetic corporate leadership and a unified Board, the future has never been brighter at the NBRPA. Now more than 20 years old, the Association provides a host of programs, services and benefits designed to help retired basketball players and their families successfully navigate life after the game. In support of its membership, the NBRPA proactively offers a full menu of education, health, finance and career/life transition benefits to retired basketball players and their families.
Working in conjunction with the NBA and NBPA, the NBRPA's membership promotes basketball and enhances the sport's image by building community relationships and fostering support for charitable activities and philanthropic events with a connection to the game.
By playing in the NBA, ABA, WNBA or with the Harlem Globetrotters, NBRPA members helped build the game of basketball and - through the distinction of an on-court professional career at the sport's highest levels - remain ambassadors to the game for life. NBRPA members embody the game long after taking the court professionally and put their notoriety to positive use as spokespersons and conduits of good will in the basketball community.