PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri wheelchair basketball hosts second-annual camp

Tuesday, July 12, 2011 | 9:57 p.m. CDT
Camp staffers, Alex Ashton, left, and Brendan Downes look on as players zip back and forth across the court in the middle of a drill.

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The Missouri Wheelchair Basketball Camp, which started Sunday and runs through Thursday at the MU Student Recreation Complex, helps players improve their skills while promoting independence and confidence.

Jacob Busch shoots a free-throw as part of a drill following a queue of several other players.
Struggling to hold basketballs playfully tossed at him by other camp participants, Josh Maier places the balls on a rack after the group finishes a series of drills.
After falling out of his chair during a team scrimmage, Logan Shaw rights himself as teammates look on.
Greg Anger, left, and Joe Dixon watch from the sidelines during a team scrimmage at the Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball Camp. Close to three dozen athletes, from ages 12 to 19, converged this week at the MU Student Recreation Complex to participate.
Following a battle for control of the basketball, K.J. Russ pauses to watch his shot make its way towards the basket.

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