Essay Contest //
Scholarship Essay Contest for 2016
Chauncey Billups in partnership with Nothing But Net (NBN) Elite Basketball Coaching and The Parker Fieldhouse are pleased to announce the 2016 Chauncey Billups Basketball Academy Summer Basketball Camp with special guests Emmanuel Mudiay of the Denver Nuggets and a Surprise NBA Star. This camp will take place from June 27 to 30 with two sessions, separating campers by age.
Five-time NBA All-Star Chauncey Billups, along with his camp coaches, has developed a philosophy that is instrumental to a young person’s basketball career. That philosophy is to have fun while learning and competing in this wonderful sport of basketball. Mudiay was a Denver Nuggets Lottery pick with the seventh overall pick, also a former McDonald’s All American and Parade All American. He is a NBA All-Rookie team candidate for 2016 due to being the rookie leader in assists, minutes and scoring! Don't miss out seeing these NBA players plus many more!
Each camper receives a camp T-shirt, a basketball, one personally autographed item from Chauncey Billups and Emmanuel Mudiay! There will be a nine to one camper to coach ratio. This amazing camp is offered at the low price of $250 dollars per player. Space is limited so register early online at www.ParkerRec.com or call 303.805.6300 for registration inquiries. For additional information about the Chauncey Billups Basketball Academy or Nothing But Net Elite Basketball go to www.nbncoaching.com or contact Marcus Mason at 303.921.5302.
We are once again offering a limited amount of scholarships through our Scholarship Essay Contest! Please submit your typed essay by June 13, 2016 to be considered. Send the essay to:
Nothing But Net
5082 E. Hamden Ave
Denver, CO 80222
Or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject Chauncey Billups Essay
Ages 6-10 (300 words, include both questions in your essay)
1. What are your favorite memories of Chauncey Billups career or previous camps?
2. What skills do you share with Chauncey on the basketball court?
Ages 11-17 (500-700 words, include both question prompts in you essay)
1. What attributes do you share with Chauncey Billups on and off the court?
2. What are some highlight of Chauncey’s college and professional career that you most admire?