Thunder’s Kevin Durant adds second site to annual camp, here’s why

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MOORE, Okla. – Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant announced today that he is adding a second site to his annual basketball camp, allowing 600 additional kids to attend.

The camp will be located at Westmoore High School in Moore, Okla.

In its fourth year, Durant’s camp sold out at OU’s Huston Huffman Center within days of its release and developed a lengthy waiting list.

In response, he decided to run a second camp simultaneously and quickly selected Westmoore High School as the location.

“When I learned there was almost double the number of kids on the waiting list as enrolled in the camp, it was an easy decision to add the second site. This allows me to double my impact on youth in the community, and bring attention back to the area of Moore,” said Durant.

He is reserving a number of free camp spots for kids affected by the 2013 tornado, including a special spot for Hezekiah Dobran, the young tornado survivor from Briarwood Elementary School, who was featured in the documentary Durant narrated.

Durant plans to float back and forth between camps and is working to secure a couple Thunder teammates and coaches to assist.

To get additional information and add your child to the waiting list, click here.

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