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SOURCE Valley Sports Center

Seth Greenberg Basketball Camp July 21-24

CANTON, Conn., July 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Valley Sports Center announced today that Former Virginia Tech Men's Basketball Coach and two-time ACC Coach of the Year, Seth Greenberg, will put on a special basketball camp for boys and girls grades 5-11. Now an ESPN college basketball analyst, Coach Greenberg has a well-known reputation for teaching the fundamentals of the game and bringing the best out of his players. The camp will run from July 21-July 24 in Valley Sport Center's 28,000 square foot indoor sports complex.

"My years of coaching have taught me the value of teaching fundamental basketball skills and helping players apply those skills in game situations. I've found that using a variety of different drills to provide repetition leads to excellent skill development in youth, high school and college players. I'm excited to be running this camp as a way to help players in this area develop their skills and learn the finer points of the game," said Coach Greenberg.

Parents have given Greenberg's camps high marks. "My son has been to a number of basketball camps and clinics, and Coach Greenberg's program has done more to improve his skills than any other," said Mike T. of Terryville, CT.

"This summer we will be bringing in premier baseball, basketball and volleyball coaches and instructors to help young athletes build skills and motivate them to be their best," said Mark Lange, President, Valley Sports Center.

Parents can call 860-693-2378 or sign up at www.valleysportscenter.com. Space is limited.

About Valley Sports Center

Valley Sports Center is a state-of-the-art 28,000 square foot indoor sports complex serving all ages and abilities. With the largest gymnasium in the Farmington Valley, we feature basketball and volleyball courts; baseball/softball cages; and, skill development for all sports. A variety of leagues, clinics, after school and vacation camps serve both the recreational and serious athlete. Valley Sports Center is also home to Velocity Sports Performance, a specialized training program to help athletes increase strength, endurance, and flexibility skills for maximum sport performance. 

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