|Dates|| Sep 21 - 22, 2013|
|Sessions||Start Time||End Time||Grades||Cost|
|Stephen Curry Basketball ProCamp- Session 1||09:00 AM||12:00 PM||1 - 12|| $299|
|Location||EA SPORTS- Redwood City, San Francisco, CA, United States|
|Grades|| Boys & Girls Grades 1 to 12|
Join Dell and Stephen for 6 Hours of Instruction and Fun
Once-in-a-lifetime guided tour of EA SPORTS Headquarters to see the inner workings of how a video game is made
Complimentary EA SPORTS Video Game
Learn from and interact with Dell and Stephen Curry
Exclusive Dell and Stephen Curry Parent / Child ProCamp T-Shirt
Camp Team Photo with Dell and Stephen
Authentic Dell and Stephen Curry Autograph
Parent / Child Contests with the opportunity to win prizes
Both Parent and Child are expected to participate in camp.
Stations and Fundamentals
Each day, the campers will experience various stations, specializing in fundamental skills of basketball. Individual groups will be small to assure that each camper gets maximum instruction from the top basketball coaches in the San Francisco area.
Games and Competition
Campers will participate in daily games, stations, and skill contests during the Dell and Stephen Curry Parent/ Child Basketball ProCamp presented by EA SPORTS. Each camper will be placed on a team according to his or her age.
Dell and Stephen will give daily talks highlighting the finer points of the game of basketball and beyond. Parents and guests will be able to listen to camp guests in designated areas at each location.
Snacks, drinks and assorted camp items will be available for purchase.
For the convenience and safety of the campers, a Camp Bracelet will be available for $10. The Camp Bracelet includes 2 sports drinks, lunch, and 1 snack each day. Bracelets are non-refundable.
Stephen Curry, guard for the Golden State Warriors since 2009, has built an impressive track record during his high school, collegiate, and professional basketball careers. Born on March 14, 1988, in Akron, Ohio, Curry’s role model was his father, Dell, who was a star at Virginia Tech and played 16 seasons professionally. Curry’s dedicated time and focus to the game of basketball made him team MVP and helped him lead his high school basketball team, at the Charlotte Christian School in Charlotte, North Carolina, to three state playoff appearances and three conference titles. As a senior in high school, Curry chose to continue to play basketball at Davidson College in Charlotte, North Carolina. At Davidson, he had career averages of 25.3 points per game, 4.5 rebounds, and 3.7 assists in 104 games and scored double-figures in every game of his career except for two. While in college, he was awarded many times, including: Southern Conference Player of the Week 16 times, NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional Most Outstanding Player, and he was named to the All-Region team. In 2010, Curry was a member of the USA Men’s Basketball Senior National Team, which went 9-0 and won the gold medal at the 2010 FIBA World Championship game in Turkey.
Curry was chosen by Golden State as an early candidate in the first round of the 2009 Draft where he is currently continuing to add to his list of achievements. During the 2009-2010 season as a Warrior, Curry started in 77 games, with an average of 17.5 points per game, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.9 steals. Given these statistics, he finished the 2009-2010 season ranked 8th in 3-point field goal percentage, 3rd in the league in steals, and 9th in free-throw percentage rankings. As a rookie during this season, Curry ranked 1st in steals, 1st in assists, and 1st in 3-point field goal percentage among other rookies in the league. In addition, Curry is the only rookie in league history to shoot 40% from the 3-point range, 85% from the free throw line, and at least 45% from the field. In 2010, he broke an league record for the most three-point shots made in a season by a rookie, with 166. Curry was runner-up in the Rookie of the Year voting, and was one of three selected to the 2010 All-Rookie First Team. In the almost four seasons of his career, Curry has totaled about 4,700 points and has a three point percentage of 0.445.
Wardell Stephen "Dell" Curry, a retired professional basketball player, was born June 25, 1964 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He attended Fort Defiance High School in Fort Defiance, Virginia where he played basketball and baseball. During his senior year in high school Curry won a state championship in both basketball and baseball. Although he was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 1985 MLB Draft, Curry opted to continue his basketball career at Virginia Tech. While at Virginia Tech, Curry was a four year starter who led his team to four post-season appearances. After placing third in the 1984 NIT, his team received at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament his junior and senior year. Curry finished his career at Virginia Tech with 2,389 points, which is second all-time at Virginia Tech, and 295 steals, which is the all-time record at Virginia Tech. Dell was selected by the Utah Jazz with the 15th overall pick in the 1986 NBA Draft.
While only playing one year in Utah and then only one year in Cleveland, Dell Curry found a home with the Charlotte Hornets where he was an instant scoring threat. Unlike the college games that he played, Curry could use the three point arc to his advantage in the NBA. Curry played ten seasons in Charlotte where he was the last original member of the team that was founded in 1988. He is recognized as the franchise's all-time leader in many categories including points (9,839) and three point percentage. After leaving Charlotte Curry played one year for the Milwaukee Bucks and then three years for the Toronto Raptors before retiring after sixteen seasons in 2002. In his career, Dell scored 12,670 points and had a three point percentage of 40.2 percent. He currently enjoys watching his sons Stephen and Seth play basketball and his daughter Sydell play volleyball.
The Dell and Stephen Curry 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.
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