Golden Thoughts

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Updated: 7/21/2013 12:20 am
Anthony Davis taking in the sights in Vegas as well. But not there for the summer league, rather, re-joining a collection of the world's best basketball players. But not, as he was in 2012, a wide-eyed rookie member of USA basketball.

Davis receiving an invite to the usa basketball miinicamp- a training camp for the next generation of potential gold-medal winners.

Davis, the lone gold-medal winner at the camp, joined by fellow former Cats John Wall and Demarcus Cousins. The Manimal, Morehead alum Kenneth Faried also in tow at the camp site in Vegas.

Davis, now the elder statesmen, had this to say on his participation with USA basketball ...

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