Obi Toppin helps lead basketball camp for kids in Dayton today

DAYTON — Obi Toppin, former University of Dayton Men’s Basketball player came to Dayton to help lead a basketball camp for nearly 150 kids Tuesday.

Toppin currently plays for the New York Knicks and is in town to help campers in grades 1 through 12.

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Other area prep and college basketball coaches will also be there to lead the camp.

Campers will experience various stations specializing in the fundamental skills of basketball, stated a news release from organizers.

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The camp will take place at Bales Arena on Research Park Drive.