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TU Basketball Team Helped Host Youth Basketball Clinic at Moore High School

James Woodard and Brandon Swannegan lead young basketball players in drills at a clinic in Moore, Okla.
James Woodard and Brandon Swannegan lead young basketball players in drills at a clinic in Moore, Okla.
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June 19, 2013

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TULSA, Okla. - The University of Tulsa Head Coach Danny Manning and TU staff and players helped put on a free youth basketball clinic for tornado victims June 13 at Moore High School in Moore, Okla.

The clinic was hosted by the National Basketball Retired Players Association, of which Manning is a member, in conjunction with the National Police Athletic League and the Oklahoma City Police Athletic League. Manning, along with fellow former NBA All-Stars Otis Birdsong and Micheal Ray Richardson, led the clinic.

TU players and coaching staff led the young basketball players - sixth grade and younger - in drills and exercises, teaching the fundamentals of the game of basketball.