By Joe Haefner
The first two “Attack and Counter” Basketball Clinics of the season were huge successes.
In the suburban city of Winchester, Mass., Don Kelbick welcomed players who traveled as much as 10 hours to learn footwork and skills. Players came from as far away as Winnipeg, Canada. In all, 6 states and 3 countries were represented in the sold out, 3 day clinic. Many thanks to Bob Bigelow, Ido Singer and Matt Azzaro for their help in making the camp a success.
Outside Chicago, the Libertyville Sports Complex hosted the clinic for the second straight year. The effectiveness of the instruction was demonstrated by the fact that the clinic sold out in just 4 days. Over 60 players received unique individual instruction offered by Don Kelbick. Players hailed from Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Toronto, among others. Thanks to Will Broner and Tonya Krause for their help.
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