The former Lenape High School star and NBA veteran will run his basketball camp again this week in West Deptford. Thompson, however, has further developed his hoops camp with a new program called L.I.V.E. Like JT. The L.I.V.E. Like JT (LLJT) encourages campers to “use their voices to advocate for positive changes in the world.”So the camp is about much more than working on cross-over dribbles and step-back jump shots.
Fans of South Jersey basketball can get their summer hoops fix at “The Battle of the Ville.”Alumni from neighboring Winslow Township and Timber Creek High Schools, where many of the players come from the talent-rich Sicklerville section of Camden County, will play against each other Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Timber Creek High School.
Growing up and playing basketball in the Cramer Hill section of Camden, Joe DiPietro was used to battling for rebounds, getting knocked down and getting back up. His street toughness served him well after being floored by life a few years ago. DiPietro was the highly successful softball coach at Temple University when the administration dropped the program. So DiPietro had to bounce back. And he has. DiPietro is the new head softball coach at the University of Incarnate Word.
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