NBA India Games 2019

NBA India Games 2019: Reliance Foundation and Jr. NBA conduct "Her Time To Play" clinic in Mumbai

WNBA Legend Ebony Hoffman and other NBA/WNBA coaches speak to young women at the Jr. NBA and Reliance Foundation "Her Time To Play" Clinic
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On September 30 (Monday), during the week of the first-ever NBA India Games, Jr. NBA and Reliance Foundation hosted a Her Time to Play Clinic for more than 50 local girls at the Central Railway Sports Ground, Parel in Mumbai.

WNBA legend Ebony Hoffman led the participants in fundamental basketball skills and drills.

Also present at the clinic was Vanja Cernivec, one of NBA's basketball operations coaches who has experience in the league's Europe/Middle East/East Africa regions as well as the international Basketball Without Borders programmes.

"Her Time to Play" is a global initiative by the league that is dedicated to promoting change on behalf of girls and women.

Hoffman will be accompanied by fellow WNBA legend Jennifer Azzi, the global technical director for women's programming across all of the NBA's seven academies across the world, and former college coach Blair Hardiek at the five-day (Oct. 2-6) NBA Academy India Women's Camp in Mumbai

For more updates and stories on the NBA India Games 2019, you can follow NBA.com's page dedicated to the historic event.

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