Cousins At Camp One

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Updated: 6/10/2013 7:34 pm
Coach Cal and company were on the road today down in London at North Laurel High School and then over in Danville at Boyle County hosting satellite camps.

Meanwhile, a big name former Wildcat was hosting day one of the inaugural "Camp One" here in Lexington.

DeMarcus Cousins was the feature pro and ex-cat out at Lexington Christian Academy today for the first year of "Camp One" which runs through Wednesday here in Lexington before heading to Louisville for three days later this month.

John Wall will be there tomorrow, Patrick Patterson and Darius Miller on day three.

You can register at the door in the morning for the remaining Lexington days or check out thecampone.com to register for the Louisville dates.

Today, Boogie, as usual, was just being a big kid and having fun while trying to help the kids improve on their game as well.

More in the video.

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