This offseason has been marked by Nets players hosting basketball camps and other community youth events. Just the other day, Jarrett Allen paid for haircuts and donated school supplies to the kids of Brooklyn.
Meanwhile, in the Midwest, it was Caris LeVert. The Nets wing man hosted his very first “Caris LeVert Basketball Academy” at Huron High School in Michigan. LeVert had kids of all ages show up for the camp, which included games throughout the day ... and lunch.
Huge thanks to everyone who helped out today with my 1st annual basketball camp, it was a huge success! Can't wait for next year! pic.twitter.com/VSKS8Ov1iI— Caris LeVert (@CarisLeVert) September 18, 2017
@CarisLeVert giving the young guys wisdom @A2HuronBball pic.twitter.com/icwkSFqjIQ— Coach Lou Willis (@CoachLouWillis) September 17, 2017
@CarisLeVert working overtime as ref for Caris LeVert Academy Camp today @A2HuronBball pic.twitter.com/kG2JLdlBFC— Coach Lou Willis (@CoachLouWillis) September 17, 2017
@CarisLeVert with the family @A2HuronBball @CoachJayHuronBB pic.twitter.com/1EKtkEFK7q— Coach Lou Willis (@CoachLouWillis) September 17, 2017
It appears Caris made his way to his alma mater to watch some football, too.
Oh wait there is more! We see you @CarisLeVert thanks for coming back again! #GoBlue 〽️ pic.twitter.com/tCu5emHyyQ— Michigan Basketball (@umichbball) September 16, 2017
Like we say for all players that do these type of things: good on them. What does it mean for the Nets? Good on us.
- Ex-Michigan guard Caris LeVert returns to Ann Arbor to host free camp - George Sipple - Detroit Free Press
- Caris LeVert is all grown up - Brendan Quinn - The Athletic