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Lakers to hold 15th Annual Youth Basketball Camp

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The Los Angeles Lakers will hold “Camp Lakers 2014,” presented by Denny’s, a youth basketball day camp for boys and girls ages 9-18, this summer in two sessions, it was announced by the team. For the second consecutive year, camp will be conducted at Next Level Sports Complex. Session one will take place June 30th-July 3rd and session two will occur July 7th-10th.

Camp Lakers, centered on the values of teamwork, determination and sportsmanship, is designed to help players of all skill levels develop their abilities and enhance basketball knowledge in a fun and challenging environment. Since its inception, current and former Lakers players and coaches have made guest appearances, assisting with the on-court, world-class teaching of the campers.

Next Level Sports Complex, located in Garden Grove, CA, features 11 all-indoor basketball courts. Cost of camp is $350 per session, which includes lunch provided daily to each camper. Denny’s, the proud presenting sponsor of Camp Lakers, will also send each camper home with a gift. Net proceeds from the camps are used by the Lakers for charitable purposes.

Approximately 9,000 campers have attended Camp Lakers over the past fourteen years, and the camps have sold out every year. It is anticipated that this year’s camp will sell out by late May. For more information, please call the camp hotline at (310) 426-6055, email or visit the Lakers website at



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