The overnight basketball camp will take place at a state-of-the-art facility that offers the best a premier camp experience off the court
On Wednesday, the Brooklyn Nets teamed up with Pfizer to surprise 25 children with scholarships to attend the Brooklyn Nets Basketball Academy (BNBA) overnight summer camp in August.
BNBA hosted a basketball clinic for the students on the main court at Barclays Center where Nets Legend Albert King and Pfizer representative Stephen Fascianella announced the scholarships.
The recipients, ages 10-17, were selected through their involvement in four Brooklyn-based community groups including Peace Players, P.E.A.R.L. 31 Inc. Foundation, 5 Boros Basketball and FunSport.
The week-long summer camp will be at Camp IHC and will help children focus on developing basketball and life skills.
Camp IHC is a state-of-the-art facility that offers the best overnight basketball camp experience, combined with a premier camp experience off the court.