Kevin Durant Youth Basketball Fantasy Experience presented by BBVA Compass

Dates July 20th - July 21st, 2017
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Sessions Start Time End Time Ages Cost
Kevin Durant Youth Basketball Fantasy Experience 01:00 PM 04:30 PM 6 - 15 $499 
Location University of Texas, Austin, TX, United States, 45202
Ages Boys & Girls, Ages 7 to 18
<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"> <tbody> <tr> <td> <h2><span style="font-size: medium"><u><strong>SIGN UP TODAY:</strong></u></span></h2> <p>Reserve your spot at the Kevin&nbsp;Durant ProCamp today!</p> <p>*Dates and location have not been finalized for 2012. We look forward to seeing you at camp!</p> </td> </tr> <tr> <td><a href="https://thriva.activenetwork.com/Reg4/Form.aspx?IDTD=1198&amp;RF=4909534" target="_blank"><img src="http://pcbc.procamps.com/crm_upload_dir/editor_images/image/register-now-button-2.png" alt="" /></a></td> </tr> <tr> <td> <p>Or, fill out the <a href="http://pcbc.procamps.com/crm_upload_dir/editor_images/2012 Durant Registration Form.pdf" target="_blank">Registration Form </a>and mail the completed form, along with camp payment to:<br /> Kevin Durant ProCamp<br /> c/o ProCamps<br /> 4600 McAuley Place<br /> 4th Floor<br /> Cincinnati, OH 45242</p> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <p>Don't miss your chance to play alongside one of the NBA's best! For more information or to purchase a personalized gift certificate, please contact Nick Zeiser at 888-389-2267 or <a href="javascript:location.href='mailto:'+String.fromCharCode(110,122,101,105,115,101,114,64,112,114,111,99,97,109,112,115,46,99,111,109)+'?'">nzeiser@procamps.com</a>.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>For more information regarding our refund policy <a href="http://www.procamps.com/crm_upload_dir/editor_images/ProCamps%20Refund%20Policy%282%29.pdf">Click Here</a>.</p>
<h2>Kevin Durant</h2> <div>Kevin Durant was born September 29, 1988 in Washington D.C. Kevin is a 6&prime;9&quot; basketball player for the Oklahoma City Thunder, in the National Basketball Association. Durant was the second pick in the 2007 NBA Draft from the University of Texas . He was the consensus 2007 National College Player of the Year, in addition to being seleced as the 2006-2007 Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Year, amongst other awards. After his freshman season, Durant opted to enter the NBA Draft and was selected #2 overall by the then Seattle SuperSonics. <br /> <br /> Durant was widely hailed by the media as the Big 12&rsquo;s top freshman and a top candidate to be named Freshman of the Year. He averaged 25.8 points per game and 11.1 rebounds per game during his freshman season with the Texas Longhorns. In Big 12 contests he averaged 28.9 points per game and 12.5 rebounds. His collegiate career high was 37 points, which he has achieved on four occasions. Durant had twenty 30-point games his freshman year, including a losing effort against Kansas for the regular season Big 12 title. <br /> <br /> In March 2007, Durant was named the NABC Division I Player of the Year, and received the Oscar Robertson trophy and the Adolph F. Rupp award becoming the first freshman to win each of these awards. On March 30, 2007, he was selected as the Associated Press college player of the year, becoming the first freshman and the first Texas athlete to receive this award since its inception in 1961. On April 1, 2007 he became the first freshman to receive the Naismith Award and on April 7, 2007 won the John Wooden Award. <br /> <br /> In late February 2007, Durant received an invitation to the Team USA Basketball training camp, becoming the second freshman after Oden to achieve this. <br /> <br /> Less than a week after being drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics, The University of Texas announced the retirement of Durant&rsquo;s #35 jersey. The number will now hang in the rafters at the Frank Edwin Center along with the #11 of former Longhorn great T.J. Ford. <br /> <br /> On June 28, 2007 Durant was taken second overall in the 2007 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics. <br /> <br /> On October 31, 2007, Durant made his NBA debut with 18 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 steals in a loss to the Denver Nuggets. On November 16, 2007 Durant made the first game-winning shot of his NBA career with a key 3-pointer to beat the Atlanta Hawks in double overtime. Durant finished with 21 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals, and 3 blocks. In a game against the Denver Nuggets, he flirted with a triple double as he came up with 37 points, 8 rebounds and 9 assists. In the last game of his rookie season, Durant recorded his first double-double of his career with a career-high 42 points and a career-high 13 rebounds, and also added 5 assists. In addition to leading all rookies in scoring for the season, he was named the NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month for November, December (2007), January, March, and April (2008).Durant's 20.3 point per game season average broke the SuperSonics' 40-year-old rookie record. Durant was awarded the NBA Rookie of the Year Award for the 2007&ndash;08 season. <br /> <br /> Following the 2007&ndash;08 season, the team relocated to Oklahoma as the Oklahoma City Thunder. On February 13, 2009, Durant led the Sophomore team to a victory over the Rookie side at the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge &amp; Youth Jam. He was crowned the MVP for the game after he set the scoring record with 46 points, breaking the old mark. The next day, Durant came from behind to win the first ever H-O-R-S-E Competition in NBA All-Star weekend history. He also won the 2010 H-O-R-S-E contest to win 2 in a row.<br /> <br /> For the 2009-10 season, Durant was a main proponent in helping the Thunder with their 50 wins and finishing 8th in the Western conference which was the 6th biggest turnaround in NBA history. During the season, Durant became the player to have the most games in a row with at least 25 points. He averaged 30.1 points per game and got named to the NBA All-Star team for the first time. This would be his first scoring championship that he would receive. Before the next season would start, Durant captured the MVP at the 2010 FIBA World Championships.</div> <div><br /> The 2010-2011 season would bring in some common awards for Durant. He would reach his second NBA All-Star game, and he would also win the scoring title again for the second year in a row. Durant led the league with 27.7 points per game, leading his team into the post-season for the second time ever in the history of the franchise.</div> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h2>Jim Stoll</h2> <p>Jim Stoll will direct the daily programs. Jim Stoll is widely recognized as one of the best summer camp organizers in the country. A tireless worker when it comes to athletics, Jim has been a successful coach and administrator at every level.&nbsp; His basketball teams at Purcell Marian H.S. in Cincinnati , Ohio include the 1985 state champion in the big school (AAA) division and were ranked as high as 17th in the USA Today poll. Jim spent five years as a Division I assistant college basketball coach at Miami of Ohio and the University of Wyoming respectively. His experience with ProCamps includes directing highly successful camps for Chad Johnson, Carson Palmer, Vince Carter, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul and many other high-profile athletes in the NBA and NFL.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <h2>Coaches&nbsp;</h2> <div>The Kevin Durant Basketball ProCamp will be staffed with the area's top prep coaches. Each coach will bring a unique basketball background to the event with the ability to share techniques and philosophies with the campers on a daily basis.</div>
<p style="text-align: center"><img alt="" width="300" height="249" src="http://toppublicschools.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Westlake-High-2.jpg" /></p> <p style="text-align: center"><span style="font-size: larger"><strong>Westlake High School</strong></span></p> <p style="text-align: center"><span style="font-size: larger">4100 Westbank Drive</span></p> <p style="text-align: center"><span style="font-size: larger">Austin, TX 78746</span></p> <p style="text-align: center"><span style="font-size: larger">(512) 732-9280</span></p> <p style="text-align: center"><span style="font-size: larger"><a href="http://www.mapquest.com/?version=1.0&amp;hk=3-H9llEupv"><img border="2" alt="" align="left" style="padding-bottom: 5px; padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px; margin-right: 5px; padding-top: 5px" src="http://pcbc.procamps.com/crm_upload_dir/editor_images/image/ws_wt_md.gif" /></a></span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>From (South)</strong>: Take I-35 north. Take exit 230 toward US-290. Stay straight onto I-35 south. Turn Left onto East Ben White Blvd. Keep right to take Texas-360 Loop North. Turn right onto Westbank Drive. Westlake High School will be on your left. Follow the signs for parking.</p> <p style="text-align: left"><strong>From (East)</strong>: Take I-10 West toward San Antonio. Take exit 695 for Texas-71 West toward Austin. Keep right to take Texas-360 Loop North. Turn right onto Westbank Drive. Westlake High School will be on your left. Follow the signs for parking.</p> <p style="text-align: left"><strong>From (North):</strong> Take I-35 E South via ramp on left toward I-30 south. Take exit 250B &nbsp;for Texas-45 Toll. Take Texas-1-Toll South exit toward TX-360-Loop south. Turn left onto N Mo-Pac Expressway. Turn right onto North Capital of Texas Highway. Turn left onto Westbank Drive. Westlake High School will be on your left. Follow the signs for parking.</p> <p style="text-align: left"><strong>From (West)</strong>: Take I-10 east. Take exit 477 for US-290 toward Fredricksburg. Turn right onto East Main St. Turn right on US-281. Turn Left onto US-290 East. Take Texas-1-Toll South exit toward TX-360-Loop south. Turn left onto N Mo-Pac Expressway. Turn right onto North Capital of Texas Highway. Turn left onto Westbank Drive. Westlake High School will be on your left. Follow the signs for parking.</p> <p style="text-align: center">&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center">&nbsp;</p>

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Dates TBD 2017
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Location University of Texas, Austin, TX, United States, 45202
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