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Harris to Host 4th Annual Basketball Camp
for Underprivileged Youth in Milwaukee

--Camp presented by 34 Ways to Assist and Abri Health Plan--
August 10, 2009

East Rutherford, N.J.On Tuesday, August 11th, Nets All-Star guard Devin Harris will host his fourth annual basketball camp for approximately 350 underprivileged youth in the Milwaukee area. The camp will focus on fundamentals such as shooting, passing, dribbling, defense and rebounding as well as a daily educational element from Outlook University.

Special donations on behalf of Devin Harris and his 34 Ways to Assist Foundation will be presented at the camp. A check presentation ceremony will kick off the camp Tuesday morning.

Im really looking forward to this basketball camp, said Nets guard Devin Harris. As a professional athlete, I feel its very important to give back to the community that has given so much to me. The donations from my Foundation are just one small way that I can show my appreciation. Just being in the gym with these kids and spending some quality time with them is what I look forward to the most.

Harris will be at the camp everyday helping instruct the attendees on the fundamentals of basketball. The camp will also be instructed by well-respected high school and college coaches from the Milwaukee and Madison areas.

Each camper will receive an official camp jersey, T-shirt, and signed picture. Other prizes will be given out during the week including Devin Harris shoes, jerseys, and other goodies and memorabilia.

The 34 Ways to Assist Foundation would like to give a special thank you to our loyal sponsors: Abri Health Plan, adidas, AnchorBank, Culvers, Eastbay, ESPN, Jammin 98.3 FM, Kraft, Milwaukee Recreation, the New Jersey Nets, Palermos, Pepsi, PGA Wisconsin Section Junior Foundation and Taco Bell.

About Devin Harris:
Devin Harris, starting point guard for the New Jersey Nets, was chosen as the 5th overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards with his draft rights being immediately traded to the Dallas Mavericks. In 2008 he was traded midseason from the Dallas Mavericks to the New Jersey Nets. As a rookie Harris was selected as a member of the 2005 got milk? Rookie Challenge during that years All-Star Weekend. Harris attended the University of Wisconsin where he majored in Sociology and was only the second player in school history to start every game as a freshman, sophomore and junior. He was also named the 2003-04 Big Ten Player of the Year.

About 34 Ways to Assist Foundation
Devins 34 Ways to Assist Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization is dedicated to serving underprivileged youth in the Dallas, Madison, Milwaukee, and New Jersey communities. More information on the Foundation can be found at

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