Will Bynum helping keep Chicago kids safe
At six foot 185 and 29 years of age Will Bynum has to keep working on his game. But realizing his dream involve more than excelling at the game but other life skills that today's up and comers need to know where they reach their hoop dreams or not. My main thing was. Just to give back the knowledge that that what it takes the guys that it takes I need to live life in order to achieve these things. The five hours per day campers in their season's been solely on the court -- -- classroom break out sessions. Focusing on leadership nutrition etiquette and public speaking. Kills me is that kids wanna learn. No problem the problem is if you don't you know they don't have nobody but guidance there were people telling them the right thing for them to be hands on. Community right here you know with them you know ask the question that you Wear them or there's so. I think it's you know so that little known -- -- -- list -- that I. Transmission rate him and to the kids a lot of don't understand the focus that it takes an artistic ability. -- a mental application that you have to put when you really want something that this means. Young people want. And another thing that Willis having these campers do we signed this anti violence played in conjunction with the norm Van -- foundation our former colleague at Comcast sports net. Especially fitting in a year in which murders up 27%. In the first seven months from a year ago. And one of those victims was former city standout Michael Haynes who we just heard a division one scholarships. To Iona. Was so much violence you know run appearing in the city you know hours on this stuff you know -- -- you won't you -- as a child. You know you can you can use those things and some mental toughness. You know. And whatever you're doing you know and been successful. You know you can -- toughness to keep going and are you decide. At Indian high school crystal Comcast sports net.
Pistons guard and Chicago native Will Bynum runs a camp to help keep kids safe in his home city; shares thoughts on Derrick Rose's comeback from injury - 8/2