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Former NBA player Tamar Slay dribbles with Charleston athletes for Multifest

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Posted: Aug 7, 2022 / 02:01 PM EDT

Updated: Aug 7, 2022 / 02:23 PM EDT

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — As a part of Multifest, there was a basketball clinic with Tamar Slay, a former NBA player and Marshall University assistant basketball coach.

The “1st Annual Slay Basketball Clinic” was on Saturday from noon to three p.m. on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center.


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Kids learned find out how to shoot, dribble and pass together with other essential sports suggestions. Each clinic group had athletes who were beginners, intermediate and advanced. Multifest organizers say training in groups offers competitive opportunities to help people to realize rapid improvement and transfer their skills to real gameplay.

  • The first Annual Slay Basketball Clinic as a part of Multifest. (Photo courtesy of Don Wilson)
  • The first Annual Slay Basketball Clinic as a part of Multifest. (Photo courtesy of Don Wilson)
  • The first Annual Slay Basketball Clinic as a part of Multifest. (Photo courtesy of Don Wilson)

Multifest continues on Sunday, but without the planned headliner “Chingy.”

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