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Langley School Grad, NBA Player Runs Basketball Camp

NBA veteran Keith Bogans returned to his alma mater, The Langley School, to run a week-long basketball camp July 11-15. The sold-out camp for grades 3-9 was held in Langley’s Solomon Athletic Center.

Now beginning his ninth season in the NBA, Bogans is currently a starting guard for the Chicago Bulls. Since he was first drafted to the NBA in 2003, he has played for Orlando, Charlotte, Houston, Milwaukee and San Antonio, appearing in more than 580 games, including more than 300 starts.

A 1995 graduate of The Langley School, Bogans played basketball under current Langley Athletic Director Jim Gleason during seventh and eighth grades.

During Bogans’ Langley camp, students worked on a variety of basketball skills and drills, including dribbling, shooting, and passing, while learning the fundamentals of sportsmanship and teamwork. The class was broken into small groups by ability to ensure individualized attention from Bogans, Langley coaches and staff.