There are so many memories that I have from attending numerous camps at David Lipscomb (college). Of course the basics will always be triple threat, shooting progression, and not bouncing a ball after the whistle blows.
But the one thing that I remember most from his camps had nothing to do with basketball. It was showing respect to the cafeteria workers that fed us breakfast, lunch, and supper. He always demanded that the campers show respect and let them know that they were appreciated.
My children will be taught the same lesson.
– Kent Anderson, Bowling Green, KY