Toronto Raptors star DeMar DeRozan is coming to Langley to lead a basketball camp this summer.

NBA star to lead $375-per-child basketball camp in Langley this summer

Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan at Langley Events Centre in August

Toronto Raptors star DeMar DeRozan will lead a basketball camp in Langley this summer.

The DeMar DeRozan Basketball Camp will take place from Aug. 8 to 11 at Langley Events Centre, event organizers announced on Friday morning.

The camp will be led by DeRozan with the help of special guest speakers and coaches. The camp fee is $375. CLICK HERE for registration details.

“Fresh off his second-round appearance in the 2017 Playoffs, the three-time NBA All-Star will bring his high-powered excitement and share some of the exact drills that helped make him elite,” according to a press release from Langley Events Centre.

The camp will feature form shooting, repetition, ball handling, defensive perimeter, one-on-one moves, passing, conditioning and in-game decision making.

The camp, which is open to boys and girls aged six to 16, of all skill levels, will run daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Each camp attendee will receive a DeMar DeRozan/Nike camp T-shirt, an autograph and a photo with the NBA star.

Camp attendees will be broken into small age-based groups, “to ensure that each participant is provided the opportunity to excel.”

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