NBA players Kelly Olynyk, Corey Brewer, Caris LeVert, Dwight Powell to coach in India
NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA is headed to India next week, bringing another Basketball Without Borders camp to Asia.
Miami’s Kelly Olynyk, Oklahoma City’s Corey Brewer, Brooklyn’s Caris LeVert and Dallas’ Dwight Powell will be among the coaches at the camp that starts May 30, the NBA said Thursday.
Olynyk was a BWB camp player in 2009, invited from his native Canada to play in Mexico City.
Former WNBA players Ruth Riley and Ebony Hoffman will also be coaching in India, along with NBA assistant coaches – Brooklyn’s Bret Brielmaier, Atlanta’s Darvin Ham, Minnesota’s Ryan Saunders and Utah’s Mike Wells.
The camp runs through June 2 at the NBA Academy in India. Boys and girls from 16 countries were invited.
Other BWB camps are planned this year in Serbia and South Africa.