Thabo Sefolosha will be one of several NBA players who will take part in the league’s Basketball without Borders Africa camp which will be held in Angola this year. The Hawks forward will join a group that includes the Magic’s Bismack Biyombo, the Suns’ Eric Bledsoe, the Clippers’ Luc Mbah a Moute, the Mavericks’ Salah Mejri and the Hornets’ Cody Zeller.
The camp, in partnership with the International Basketball Federation, will host 87 boys and girls from 27 African countries in Angola from Aug. 31-Sept. 3. It is the first BWB Africa camp to held in Angola.
This is the 15th anniversary of the NBA’s global basketball development and community outreach program. BWB Asia was held in Melbourne, Australia in June and BWB Europe will be held in Lohja, Finland in September.
The players will be joined in Angola by NBA Global Ambassador Dikembe Mutombo, former NBA players Charlie Bell, Jason Collins and Olumide Oyedeji and former WNBA players Astou Ndiaye-Diatta and Jenn Lacy.
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