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US sends basketball players, coaches to Myanmar - Aug 26, 2012


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Darvin Ham
The U.S. Embassy said Sunday that four sports envoys will be in the country this week as part of a U.S. State Department-sponsored program to emphasize the importance of academics, cooperation, and respect for diversity.

The group will conduct several sports workshops with local youth before leaving Friday. Three of the envoys arrived this weekend and the last one is due to fly into Yangon later Sunday.

The group includes Charlotte Bobcats basketball team manager Richard Cho, a Myanmar native who migrated to the United States. Also traveling are Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach Darvin Ham, former Womens National Basketball Association player Allison Feaster-Strong (5'11''-F-76, agency: Josep and Nicolas, college: Harvard) and former NBA player Marty Conlon (6'11''-F/C-68, college: Providence).

Courtesy of www.insidehoops.com   




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