ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The Orlando Magic is partnering with a national health care provider to offer a one-day basketball clinic for area youths.
Called the "Court of Dreams" and presented by UnitedHeathcare, the Oct. 25 event is being held on the Magic's team court at the Amway Center. The date is a holiday for Orange County students.
The clinic is open to kids ages 7 to 17. Cost is $99 and registration information can be found at www.OrlandoMagicCamps.com.
Participants will get instruction from the Orlando Magic Youth Basketball staff and receive a jersey, two tickets to the Magic's game against New Orleans that night, and a pair of tickets for the Magic's game against Phoenix on Nov. 24.
The event is also sponsored by Gatorade and NBA City.