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Jamal Murray and Bruno Caboclo to coach seven Canadians at first-ever Basketball Without Borders camp in Columbia

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Murray and Caboclo (NBA Getty Images)

The NBA, FIBA and FCB announced today the list of 64 boys and girls from 18 countries who will participate in the 10th Basketball Without Borders Americas camp.

The camp will be held from Monday, June 24 to Thursday, June 27 at The Ivan de Bedout Coliseo in Medellin, Colombia.

Both Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray and Memphis Grizzlies forward Bruno Caboclo will be among the coaches leading the campers.

Canada will be represented by seven participants: Jessica Clarke, Kiandra Browne, Javonte Brown-Ferguson, Kordell Charles, Zach Edey, Bennedict Mathurin and Olivier-Maxence Prosper.

Players and coaches will lead the campers through a variety of activities, including movement efficiency, skill development stations, 5-on-5 games and daily life skills seminars focusing on health, leadership and communication. One boy and one girl will be named BWB Americas camp MVPs at the conclusion of the camp.

Here is the complete list of the players participating in the camp:

Girls Roster
First Name Last Name Country
Martina Torres Argentina
Magali Vilches Argentina
Oriana Bangert Argentina
Adrielly Francisco de Oliviera Brazil
Beatriz Biscoula Aneas Brazil
Ana Luiza da Siva Paulino Brazil
Lais Couto Brazil
Jessica Clarke Canada
Kiandra Browne Canada
Laura Perez Parra Chile
Gabriela Chivata Colombia
Julieth Rivera Colombia
Carolina Rojos Colombia
Esparenza Morales Colombia
Daniela Gonzalez Viveros Colombia
Naylee Cortes Espitia Colombia
Karol Yara Colombia
Ashley Baez Dominican Republic
Karla Michelle Benitez Espinosa Ecuador
Abril Reyes Mexico
Mariana Valenzuela Mexico
Florencia Niski Uruguay
Camila Kirschembaum Uruguay
Emilia Larreborges Uruguay

Boys Roster
First Name Last Name Country
Jamine Charles Antigua
Javonte Valerie Antigua
Tomas Allende Argentina
Esteban Caffaro Argentina
Federico Copes Argentina
Lucas Di Muccio Argentina
Lucas Sigismonti Argentina
Deyton Albury Bahamas
Romad Dean Bahamas
Augusto Cruz De Oliveira Cassia Brazil
Marcio Henrique Da Costa Santos Brazil
Guilherme Carvalho Dos Santos Brazil
Daniel Ifedi Ferreira Onwenu Brazil
Bruno Henrique Pedro Cardoso Brazil
Javonte Brown-Ferguson Canada
Kordell Charles Canada
Zach Edey Canada
Bennedict Mathurin Canada
Olivier-Maxence Prosper Canada
Felipe Inyaco Chile
Andres Dominguez Chile
Felipe Garcia Estrada Colombia
Miguel Lozada Colombia
Benjamin Palacios Colombia
Rayner Torres Colombia
Rey Abad Martinez Dominican Republic
Raymon Bastardo Jose Dominican Republic
Jean Claudio Montero Berroa Dominican Republic
Chedlet Delvat Haiti
Orlando Wallace Jamaica
Esteban Roacho Mexico
Isael Alessandro Silva Fernandez Mexico
Jorhiel Amaury Zapata Morales Panama
Fabricio Ruiz Paraguay
Rafael Pinzon Puerto Rico
Miguel Santos Puerto Rico
Mateo Bianchi Uruguay
Agustin Ubal Uruguay
Keiver Marcano Venezuela
Jahmai Oba Jones Virgin Islands

The NBA and FIBA have staged 58 BWB camps in 37 cities in 29 countries on six continents. BWB has hosted more than 3,400 participants from 129 countries and territories. More than 290 current and former NBA and WNBA players have joined more than 230 NBA team personnel from all 30 NBA teams, with 60 former BWB campers drafted into the NBA or signed as free agents.

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