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Augustin to Represent Bobcats at Team USA mini Camp

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Augustin has been invited to participate in the USA Basketball Mini-Camp July 22-25 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The purpose of the mini-camp is to develop future National Team players for the 2010 World Championship in Istanbul, Turkey, and the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England.

?This is a great honor for me and I?m really excited to have a chance to compete with some of the best players in the world,? Augustin said. ?As a kid growing up, you dream of an opportunity to represent your country and hopefully my skills will constitute a chance to play with the National Team one day in the future.?

Always nice to see a Bobcat getting props working out w/ CP3, Kidd, Deron & I assume Derrick Rose will do wonders for his swagger & overall game.

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