The Admiral in Dandenong? Unbelievable but true, as a bunch of former and current NBA stars are heading to the Melbourne suburbs for an upcoming Basketball Without Borders training camp.
The amazing lineup includes former MVP and 2x NBA Champion David Robinson, who will be joined by his Spurs teammate and now ESPN personality Bruce Bowen, and Jerry Stackhouse. Current NBA stars including Aussie NBA stars Patty Mills, Aaron Baynes, Dante Exum and Joe Ingles will return home for the camp. Milwaukee's Khris Middleton will also be in attendance, alongside Australian basketball legends Lauren Jackson, Andrew Gaze and Lanard Copeland.
The camp will see the basketball greats visit the Melbourne suburbs of Dandenong and Geelong between June 23-26. It will be a chance for 45 of the best ballers, born between 1999-2001, from the Asian region to learn from the veteran players.
While the event is unfortunately not open to the public, you never know where you might see the players pop up while they're in town.
More info at nbl.com.au