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HUNTINGTON — Young basketball stars who desire to reach the game’s highest level learned tips from someone who has done just that.

Former NBA player Tamar Slay, a Marshall University hall-of-famer, taught about 65 kids this past week how to improve their games at his two-day basketball camp at the YMCA Phil Cline Center.

Slay played for New Jersey Nets and Charlotte Bobcats during his NBA career. He also played in Israel and Italy.

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