Michael Jordan Has His Own Summer Basketball Camp

Hey, Sports Fans!

The NBA has certainly seen its share of amazing athletes. Names like Shaquille O’Neal, Wilt Chamberlain, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar live on in infamy. But there’s another name—a basketball legend with whom we are ALL familiar. He’s said to be “the greatest basketball player of all time”—NBA all-star, His Airness, himself—Michael Jordan!

If you’re a fan of this former professional basketball player (and who isn’t?) then this Blog post is right up your alley! Did you know that he’s a big fan of summer camp? He actually plays quite a role in the summer camp department.

While Jordan never did actually ATTEND a camp when he was younger, he obviously michael jordan imageunderstands the influence that summer camps have on their campers. That’s why there’s the Michael Jordan Flight School. It’s one of the best youth basketball camps in the world.

If you’re passionate about basketball, then you definitely want to see what the Michael Jordan Flight School is all about! Join one of the two, five-day sessions within the first two weeks of August to learn the fundamentals of the game from Michael Jordan himself as well as his first-class coaching staff. They teach campers the skills involved in dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, and playing defense.

These are the very skills that Jordan learned to harness when he played basketball as well as baseball (which he would go on to play professionally too after his retirement from the NBA) and football at Emsley A. Laney High School in Wilmington.

As Jordan puts it, “The Michael Jordan Flight School offers boys and girls the opportunity to learn the same principles that allowed me to become the player that I was…Come fly with me!”

If you want to “Be like Mike,” who better to teach you than Mike himself?

 

Sincerely,

John

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