Basketball without Borders going to Tokyo, Moscow
NEW YORK (AP) The NBA's Basketball without Borders camps will go to Tokyo and Moscow for the first time.
South Africa also will host a camp for the 10th time, the league and FIBA announced Wednesday.
Led by Dikembe Mutombo and Sam Dalembert, the Tokyo camp will take place June 13-16. Players and coaches also will visit Sendai, where they will conduct a clinic for children affected by last year's earthquake and tsunami.
Among those taking part in the Johannesburg camp from Aug. 30-Sept. 2 are Chicago teammates Luol Deng and CJ Watson, Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka, and Milwaukee's Luc Mbah a Moute - a former Basketball without Borders camper from Cameroon.
Started in 2001, the camps teach basketball and provide lessons in health and wellness.