One of the newest member of the Clippers, Ryan Hollins, is set to host a basketball skills camp at John Muir High School in his hometown of Pasadena from July 30th – August 1st.

“It’s important to provide the youth with an opportunity to experience training and insight from those who have traveled the same road they are on,” Hollins said. “Dedication and hard work are essential tools to have, not just in basketball, but in all aspects of life.”

The camp is open to all children ages 8-18 years old, and all enrolled campers will have the opportunity to interact with professional athletes and community leaders while participating in basketball drill stations, games contests, lectures and an awards ceremony.

“Giving back to the community is a core value of mine, and I am happy to follow in the footsteps of Michael Cooper, Stacey Augmon and Tracy Murray who in the past hosted camps in Pasadena.”

For more information about the Ryan Hollins Basketball Skills Camp, click here: http://ryan-hollins.com/