For the third time in 15 months, India on Track is organizing an 'Online Sports Festival' and yet again, the NBA Basketball School will be part of it.
Conducted between May 3-7, the festival also features sports such as Football and Badminton. Focused on kids between the ages of five and 18, key features of the festival include sessions led by NBA-trained coaches, fun games and key challenges, and training and informative sessions.
This time around, the basketball program also includes interactive sessions with Princepal Singh, a member of the NBA G League Ignite and the first NBA Academy graduate to play in the G League, and two-time NBA Champion Malik Rose (on May 7).
Rose, currently Vice President of Basketball Operations with the NBA, played 13 years in the league and was part of two championship teams in San Antonio (1999, 2003).
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After his playing career, he was also named NBA G League Executive of the Year in 2018 while with the Erie BayHawks, the Atlanta Hawks' affiliate in the G League.
Singh was also part of the first-ever edition of the 'Online Sports Festival, in Sep. 2020, when he joined the aspiring young ballers for an interactive session to share stories from his journey and teach them easy skills.
Ticket prices start at INR 300. If you are interested and wish to sign-up for the sports festival, click here .
By registering, the kids could also stand a chance to win one-month access to NBA League Pass but there only limited passes available.
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