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Reyshawn Terry's camp intended to provide help, opportunity

College basketball players can work and play in summer camps, but they’re not allowed to hold camps with their names attached. But Reyshawn Terry is no longer a college player. He’s a pro, after being drafted by the Orlando Magic in the second round of June’s NBA Draft and subsequently traded to the Dallas Mavericks. So now he’s able, and he’s excited about holding the first Reyshawn Terry Fundamental Basketball Camp next weekend. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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