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EUSEBIO LEARNING FROM THE PROS IN LAS VEGAS

FD big man Brandon Eusebio gets an opportunity of a lifetime taking part in a basketball camp in Las Vegas which includes NBA players.

By Patrick Lujan

Brandon Eusebio hangs out with new L.A. Clipper Lance Stephenson at the Impact Basketball Camp in Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Andew Eusebio

Brandon Eusebio hangs out with new L.A. Clipper Lance Stephenson at the Impact Basketball Camp in Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Andew Eusebio

While our island awaits for J.R. Smith and Gerald Green to grace us with their presence this week, Father Duenas big man Brandon Eusebio is spending his summer learning from other NBA pros in Las Vegas.

Entering his senior season, Eusebio is in the midst of a one-week camp at Impact Basketball, a high-level camp catered to high schoolers all the way to the pros in the NBA.

While Eusebio gets to learn and train to enhance his skills on the court, one of the perks of the camp is to engage with college stars such as Isaiah Whitehead from Seton Hall and, of course, the NBA pros such as Sebastian Telfair, Markieff Morris, Lance Stephenson, DeMarcus Cousins and many others as they get ready for their upcoming season.

“(The campers) break at noon then the NBA guys scrimmage,” coach and father Andrew Eusebio said. “DeMarcus Cousins and a bunch of them are in their summer off-season training so it was a huge treat to watch these guys. So effortless. Speed and quickness – just incredible. NBA style are transitioning into bigs hitting 3-pointers. It was a big treat all the way around.”

Eusebio is also able to visit older brother Andrew, Jr, who is a senior at UNLV.

Brandon Eusebio hangs out with NBA veteran Sebastian Telfair in Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Andrew Eusebio)

Brandon Eusebio hangs out with NBA veteran Sebastian Telfair in Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Andrew Eusebio)

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