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Orlando Magic youth basketball camps 2014: Registration now open

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The team will host more than 20 camp sessions over the summer.

Jacque Vaughn
Jacque Vaughn
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In conjunction with UnitedHealthcare, the Orlando Magic announced Tuesday a full slate of youth summer basketball camps, designed for players of all skill levels aged 7-16.

The Magic will host 19 so-called "day camps," as well as an overnight camp at Warner University. This camp includes meals and housing. A one-day minicamp designed for campers aged 4-8 is scheduled for July 19th at RDV SportsPlex from 9 AM-noon. Two more intense camps, known as the TNBA/Magic Academy Challenge, for advanced players aged 13-18 are set for July 7th-9th and August 4th-6th at the Jewish Community Center. Enrollment in those intense camps is limited to 30 campers per session.

The Magic say all camp participants will receive a t-shirt, a full-sized Magic basketball, a certificate of achievement, and a ticket to a Magic home game in the 2014/15 season. Based on availability, current and former Magic players may visit certain camps.

Registration for each camp is now open. Visit OrlandoMagicCamps.com or call 216-378-0932 for more details. In addition, the Magic and UnitedHealthcare will give away 100 scholarships for the camps; to apply for a scholarship, visit OrlandoMagic.com/CampScholarship.

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