Bucks Host Special Olympics Wisconsin Clinic

March 11, 2016

Via Milwaukee Bucks
The Milwaukee Bucks teamed up with Special Olympics of Wisconsin to host a basketball clinic for 100 Special Olympic athletes and their coaches on Thursday, March 10, at Homestead High School. The annual clinic is part of the long-standing support of the Special Olympics by the Bucks organization.

During the session, the athletes learned skills and tips from the Bucks to help them train for their upcoming Special Olympics basketball competition. Players Tyler Ennis, Damien Inglis, Miles Plumlee,Greivis Vasquez and Rashad Vaughn worked with the athletes, while assistant coach Greg Foster also lent his expertise to the clinic. The Bucks led stations in defense, shooting and passing.

The Greater Milwaukee Region Special Olympics organization takes part in the statewide program of year-round training and athletic competition for children and adults with cognitive disabilities. The Special Olympics provides competitive sports programs based on gender, age and ability levels for participants ages 8 and older.

2016 Milwaukee Bucks Clinic

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